Eyes on the House: STA’s Outlook

Spencer Doar

Spencer Doar

Associate Editor

The midterm elections ushered in a new legislative balance of power. That means that the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services will have roughly 20 new members. Luckily, the Security Traders Association will have affiliates in some 13 to 15 of those new districts represented on the Committee.

In this video from 93rd Annual Midwinter Meeting, STA CEO and President Jim Toes talks about the STA’s focus and legislative outlook for 2019.

 

Produced by Mike Forrester

 

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