SIFMA is a member-driven organization. As the voice for the U.S. securities industry, we convene financial professionals from hundreds of broker-dealers, investment banks and asset managers. Together, we advocate for legislation, regulation and business policy that supports effective and resilient capital markets. SIFMA also serves as an industry coordinating body to promote fair and orderly markets, informed regulatory compliance, and efficient market operations and resiliency. We also provide a forum for industry policy and professional development, with events that foster meaningful conversations about the capital markets.
Take advantage of the benefits your membership offers today.
SIFMA provides the industry with an opportunity to come together to discuss ideas and concepts, and to work together on the most important issues impacting our clients.”
Lisa Kidd Hunt, Executive Vice President, International Services, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
On Tuesday, December 8, SIFMA hosted a special year-end briefing with audience Q&A on the outlook for the economy, the markets, and the industry. Register now to watch the conversations on demand.
The Economic Outlook
Ellen Zentner, Chief U.S. Economist and Managing Director at Morgan Stanley and Chair of SIFMA’s Economic Advisory Roundtable, discusses her views on the U.S. economy and findings from SIFMA’s End-Year U.S. Economic Survey.
State of the Industry
Kenneth E. Bentsen, Jr., SIFMA President and CEO, provides an update on key trends in the capital markets as well as an overview of SIFMA’s priorities on behalf of our members in the year ahead.
SIFMA membership is firm-wide; all employees of SIFMA member firms are eligible to access this briefing.
Watch SIFMA Annual On Demand
Each fall, the SIFMA Annual Meeting tackles the industry’s toughest challenges and look to opportunities ahead. In the face of a global pandemic and an uncharted economic path, we gathered in a virtual forum on October 19-20, 2020. Listen to our discussions with financial industry leaders, regulators and policymakers as we discussed issues critical to the strength, effectiveness and resiliency of our capital markets.