FSR today released a white paper on the unique retirement savings challenges of women, minorities, and millennials.
FSR today called on the presidential candidates to detail their plans on how they will support a system that allows for a secure retirement for all Americans. FSR’s focus on retirement security comes at a time when more than half of Americans are not saving enough for retirement.
FSR released the following statement regarding Britain’s referendum to leave the European Union
Washington, D.C.—Following today’s release of the stress test results from the Federal Reserve Board, the Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) released the following statement: “Although the Federal Reserve’s stress test is only one regulatory tool, today’s results are an indication of the strength and resiliency of the U.S. financial...
FSR today called on the presidential candidates to detail their plans on how they will increase transparency, modernize, and better coordinate the financial regulatory process.