SIFMA's Tax Policy Coordination Committees support tax reforms that promote investment and enhance economic growth.
SIFMA supports tax reforms that promote investment and enhance economic growth. SIFMA’s Tax Committees work to address legislative and regulatory developments impacting the taxation of securities firms, asset managers, and their clients.
Federal Tax Committee Objective: The Federal Tax Committee serves as the primary forum for developing SIFMA policy with respect to federal and foreign tax legislative and regulatory matters in which SIFMA is engaged directly or through GFMA. The Committee works cooperatively with other SIFMA committees with an interest in federal tax policy, including the Retirement & Savings Committee, the AMG Tax Committee, the Private Client Group, International Policy and Advocacy Committee, and the Municipal Division.
Tax Compliance Committee
Objective: The Tax Compliance Committee works to respond pro-actively to proposed regulatory changes impacting tax compliance and engage with regulators, including the U.S. Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), to advocate for policies that allow financial institutions to comply with regulations effectively, while minimizing unnecessary cost burdens and reducing potential harm to the U.S. economy.