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Synovus Chairman & CEO Kessel Stelling Named FSR Treasurer and Executive Committee Member

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is pleased to announce that Synovus Chairman & CEO Kessel Stelling will serve as FSR’s Treasurer effective April 1, 2015. The role also makes Stelling a member of the FSR Executive Committee.

To Protect Taxpayers, Congress Must Bring Fannie & Freddie’s Story to a Close

It has been almost seven years since the bail out of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cost taxpayers an estimated $187 billion – but some lawmakers on Capitol Hill have not forgotten.

Cooperation Needed on Cybersecurity

Ellen Ritchey, vice chairman of risk and public policy at Visa, urged cybersecurity officials and executives to meet and work together more efficiently and completely to counter threats from hackers.

FSR Applauds House Intelligence Passage of Cyber Info Sharing Bill

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) applauded the House Intelligence Committee today on their passage of a cybersecurity information sharing bill that will encourage the sharing of critical cyber threat information to protect consumers and our nation’s financial infrastructure. FSR urges both the House and Senate to continue moving forward with their legislative efforts and quickly pass a strong and bipartisan information sharing bill

Hasty Decisions on Non-bank Financial Stability Risk Determinations Can Harm Americans’ Financial Security

FSOC and its member-agencies should act independently of non-US regulators and in accordance with U.S. law in any assessment of whether a particular nonbank financial company that has been designated a global SIFI actually poses systemic risk to U.S. financial stability, FSR urged in a letter released today.

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Synovus Chairman & CEO Kessel Stelling Named FSR Treasurer and Executive Committee Member

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is pleased to announce that Synovus Chairman & CEO Kessel Stelling will serve as FSR’s Treasurer effective April 1, 2015. The role also makes Stelling a member of the FSR Executive Committee.

Final Rule on Access to the Death Master File

To Protect Taxpayers, Congress Must Bring Fannie & Freddie’s Story to a Close

It has been almost seven years since the bail out of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cost taxpayers an estimated $187 billion – but some lawmakers on Capitol Hill have not forgotten.

Cooperation Needed on Cybersecurity

Ellen Ritchey, vice chairman of risk and public policy at Visa, urged cybersecurity officials and executives to meet and work together more efficiently and completely to counter threats from hackers.

FSR Applauds House Intelligence Passage of Cyber Info Sharing Bill

The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) applauded the House Intelligence Committee today on their passage of a cybersecurity information sharing bill that will encourage the sharing of critical cyber threat information to protect consumers and our nation’s financial infrastructure. FSR urges both the House and Senate to continue moving forward with their legislative efforts and quickly pass a strong and bipartisan information sharing bill

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