Committees

SIFMA’s unique strength is the deep engagement of our members on our committees. Through their work, we engage with policymakers and regulators through comment letters, testimony, research and more.

About

SIFMA’s committee structure: 35 standing committees, 24 forums and 8 advisory councils overseen by 6 Board subcommittees. All groups are subject to SIFMA’s bylaws and Code of Ethics. Each committee has different standards for participation: specific ground rules may be obtained by contacting the designated staff advisor.

Groups & Committees

SIFMA’s Asset Management Group (SIFMA AMG) brings the asset management community together to provide views on U.S. and global policy and to create industry best practices. See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel

SIFMA’s Capital Markets committees advocate on legislation, regulation and business policy affecting domestic and global capital markets and member market participants. This includes market structure, rules, standards and conduct as well as product development and delivery to market.

SIFMA’s Government Relations & Communications committees advocate on legislation, regulation and business policy that underscores the industry’s role in supporting economic growth and investor protection See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel

SIFMA’s Legal & Compliance committees advocate on legislation, regulation and business policy affecting compliance and governance. See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel

SIFMA’s Operations & Technology committees provide industry leadership and coordination for market operations, business continuity planning and cybersecurity. See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel

SIFMA’s Private Client & Wealth Management committees advocate on legislation, regulation and business policy that supports investor protection. See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel

SIFMA’s Prudential & Capital committees advocate on legislation, regulation and business policy affecting enterprise functions including capital, prudential standards, financial reporting and tax policy. See all committees within the Office of the General Counsel