Capital is the life blood of the American economy, but very few people understand how capital is formed, distributed and regulated. Prime Policy’s Financial Services practice understands the people, process and policy. We will help you navigate the policy making process to achieve your goals and make the all-important case for your impact on the economy.
Legislative Advocacy: Our financial services team was deeply engaged in both the Dodd-Frank and Gramm-Leach-Bliley legislation and rulemakings, including specific work on:
- Restructuring authority;
- SIFI-FSOC rules;
- Mortgage rules; and
- Executive compensation.
Bipartisan Congressional Credentials: Strong bipartisan working relationships with the Senate Banking Committee and the House Committee on Financial Services, as well as the bipartisan leadership in both chambers of Congress.
Executive Branch Relationships: Working rapport with decision makers at Treasury, the SEC, CFPB, HUD, and the Federal Reserve
Diverse Clients: Over twenty years’ experience representing banks of every size and shape, financial services trade associations, and government sponsored enterprise.
Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS): Prime has expertise in guiding both foreign and domestic companies through the CFIUS approval process, from initial consideration of an
acquisition or sale, through U.S. Government approval of the transaction, helping the client to construct a strategy associated with a timeline of key events including the announcement of the agreement between the companies, Board acceptance, submission of the CFIUS notification, and stages in that process.
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