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FOCUS BLOG: Anger Management

With the Party Conventions upon us, soon we will hear roaring speeches about how to “Make Donald Drumpf Again” or how we will be “Stronger Together” in order to regain...

10 Questions Candidates Should Answer on Financial Sector Role in Economic Growth

FSR today called on the presidential candidates to detail their plans on how they will foster greater economic growth via the financial sector.

FSR Applauds Administration’s New Policy To Prevent Countries From Impeding Free Flow of Data Needed for Financial Transactions

Urges Congress to Consider TPP As Soon as Possible Washington, D.C.—The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) released the following statement today, supporting the Administration’s new policy to prohibit countries from impeding...

FSR Applauds Bipartisan Senate Letter Calling for Comprehensive Housing Finance Reform

GSE Reform needed to protect taxpayers, return to more privatized market Washington, D.C. —The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) today applauded a bipartisan letter from Senate Banking Committee members to Federal...

FOCUS BLOG: Fighting Patent Trolls With the Covered Business Method

Patent trolls try to make easy money by patenting routine business processes and methods already in use. To protect against such extortionary behavior, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO)...

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