11 AM Wednesday, December 2, 2015 (90 min.)
Transparency Caucus Meeting || Rayburn Office Building || Room 2226

The Financial Transparency Act, cosponsored by nearly 30 Members of the House of Representatives, will provide a strong mandate for modernization by directing agencies to adopt consistent data standards for the information they are already collecting under securities, commodities, and banking laws.

A panel of experts will explain how standardized data fields and formats can modernize financial regulatory reporting to better serve investors, agencies, and the financial industry.

Panelists:

  • Congressman Mike Quigley
  • Congressman Darrell Issa
  • Dr. Allan Mendelowitz, President, ACTUS Financial Research Foundation; Co-Founder and Co-Leader, Committee to Establish the National Institute of Finance; Former Chairman and Member of the Board of Directors, Federal Housing Finance Board
  • Daniel Castro; Director, Center for Data Innovation; Vice President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
  • Matt Rumsey, Senior Policy Analyst, the Sunlight Foundation


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