In this issue:
- The President
- The 113th Congress
- Securities and Exchange Commission
- Commodity Futures Trading Commission
- Association for Corporate Growth (ACG)
- Third Way
- Excerpt from: The President:
The President spent much of his time on obtaining a diplomatic solution in Syria, which has, at least for the moment, negated the need for a tough Congressional vote authorizing strikes. The White House released a report entitled “The Financial Crisis: Five Years Later,” which describe actions taken by the Administration since the 2008 financial crisis involving TARP, the automotive industry, housing, bank capital, and derivatives. As noted below, the Department of Treasury also has a nifty presentation on steps that have been taken in the five years since the crisis.
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Topics: CFTC, Derivatives, Housing Market, Middle East, Private Funds, SEC, TARP
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