Fall 2020 webinar series
Potential regulatory impact of election
We will focus on what effects the election could have on the regulatory environment.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 9 AM ET
We will break down the presidential, House and Senate outcomes and their future impact on policy and markets.
Managing Director, Government Affairs
Managing Director, Business Development
Chief Investment Officer, Chiron Investment Management
Executive Vice President, U.S. Chamber Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness
Government stimulus overview
Duration: 31 minutes
We discuss recent federal action and its implications for the economy and financial markets. Originally recorded April 30, 2020.
COVID-19 policy and aid
Duration: 40 minutes
We break down the most recent legislation by Congress and its potential impact on the financial industry. Originally recorded September 15, 2020.
Macroeconomic impact of COVID & election
Duration: 49 minutes
We discuss the impact of the election, economic recovery efforts and their impact on financial markets. Originally recorded September 29, 2020.
Duration: 42 minutes
We will analyze the state of key races and the policy impact of different electoral outcomes. Originally recorded October 13, 2020.
Business and individual tax returns
- IRS landing page for COVID-19-related initiatives (direct payments status tracker posted here)
- U.S. Treasury and IRS guidance on deferring tax payments due to COVID-19
Student loan and financial aid resources
- Department of Education resources regarding student loan payments, federal financial aid, etc.
- Department of Education statement regarding suspension of FSA wage garnishment
Small business resources
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Small Business Guide
- Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce resources (free resources from law firms, accounting firms, HR consulting firms, etc.)
Statements and exemptions from financial regulators
- Joint statement from Federal Reserve, CFPB, FDIC, NCUA and OCC encouraging financial institutions to engage in additional lending to small businesses and exercise leniency with borrowers
- SEC provides broker-dealers temporary exemption from components of Rule 606 of Regulation NMS
- SEC, Frequently Asked Questions Concerning the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Broker-Dealer Financial Responsibility Rules