FSR advocates on behalf of members that provide loans and leases to customers, including mortgage lending and servicing, credit card lending, auto and commercial equipment leasing, and lending to students and military service members.
Current Lending & Leasing:
- GSE Reform
- FHA Reform
- Mortgage lending and servicing compliance requirements
- Military service member and small business lending and serving requirements
- Fair lending and disparate impact
- Credit card compliance requirements
- Secured finance, including indirect auto lending, privacy notices, CFPB privilege, and international harmonization of regulations
Keeping our nation competitive in the international marketplace is critical to our economy. We live in a global economy, and exporting can be complex and sometimes risky. The Export-Import Bank is an important component in ensuring American businesses do not suffer from a competitive disadvantage to international forces.
FSR Urges Senate Leaders to Protect American Taxpayers by Advancing GSE Reform.
Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) is hosting an event focused on how consumer regulatory work has evolved at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau since the 2008 financial crisis and its impact on consumers.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could potentially cost the American taxpayers as much as $190 billion if the economy takes a severe downturn, according to their regulator, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA).
“State laws already adequately regulate insurance companies, including commodities activities. The Federal Reserve does not need to burden the system by duplicating those safeguards," said FSR VP and Senior Counsel of Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Rich Foster. “Such duplicative regulations are unnecessary and they will not only slow...