Committee on Capital Markets Regulation
What is the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation?
The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation is an independent research organisation working to improve the regulation of US capital markets.
Where have you heard about the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation?
You may have seen Committee on Capital Markets Regulation recommendations in the news from time to time.
While its initial efforts were to investigate the competitiveness of US capital markets in comparison to leading markets in Asia and Europe, it has taken on a broader focus for regulatory reform since the 2008 global financial crisis.
What you need to know about the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation.
Founded as a non-profit organisation in 2006, the committee is non-partisan, which means it’s not affiliated with any corporation or political party. It’s formed of leaders from the worlds of finance, law, business and academia.
The committee’s role is to recommend ways that policy and reform can help create more efficient capital markets and ensure the stability of the financial system.