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The Committee oversees the entire financial services industry, including the securities, insurance, banking, and housing industries. The Committee also oversees the work of the Federal Reserve, the Treasury, the SEC, and other financial services regulators.
Chairman Michael G. Oxley represents Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District, and is serving his eleventh full term in Congress. Chairman Oxley works to ensure that the interests of the individual investor and depositor are protected and enhanced through the Committee’s work. En Español
Rep. Geoff Davis (KY) and Sen. Michael Enzi (WY) look on as President Bush signs the Military Personnel Financial Services Protection Act on September 29, 2006
President Bush Signs
Regulatory Relief Bill 10-13-2006 Today, the President signed the Financial Services Regulatory Relief Act of 2006, bipartisan legislation that originated in the House five years ago that would reduce the excessive regulatory burden on America’s insured financial institutions in order to benefit consumers and the economy. Full Release>>
President Bush Enacts Leach Internet Gambling Law
10-13-2006 This morning, the President signed legislation that would prevent the use of credit cards and fund transfers for unlawful Internet gambling and block financial transactions associated with illegal gambling. Full Release>>
Oxley Statement on PWG’s
Terrorism Insurance Report
10-6-2006 House Financial Services Committee Chairman Michael G. Oxley (OH) issued the following statement today regarding the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets (PWG) report on terrorism risk insurance.
No business currently scheduled.
Financial Institutions Hearing entitled "Improving Financial Literacy: Working Together to Develop Private Sector Coordination and Solutions."
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