The Committee on Capital Markets Regulation is an independent 501(c)(3) research organization, financed by contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The Committee’s membership includes thirty-seven leaders drawn from across the financial sector, including banks, broker-dealers, asset managers, private funds and insurance companies. Leading figures from the academic community are also active participants.
The Committee Co-Chairs are R. Glenn Hubbard, the Russell L. Carson Professor of Finance, and Dean Emeritus at Columbia Business School, and John L. Thornton, Former Chairman of the Brookings Institution. The Committee’s President is Hal S. Scott, Emeritus Nomura Professor of International Financial Systems at Harvard Law School and Chairman and President of the Program on International Financial Systems.
Founded in 2006, the Committee undertook its first major report on the U.S. capital markets at the request of U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Henry M. Paulson. Over ten years later, the Committee continues to develop and promote policy reforms that would enhance opportunities for U.S. investors and promote real economic growth.
For more information about the Committee, please see this link.