10 banking policymakers to watch in 2020
WASHINGTON — With the impeachment of President Trump still dominating the capital, the policymaking environment in 2020 does not favor much movement on financial services policy.
But banks still want lawmakers to pass pot banking and anti-money-laundering reform. The financial regulators, meanwhile, are still poised to move forward on modernizing the Community Reinvestment Act, administrative steps to prepare Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to exist conservatorship, and other measures.
Here are the lawmakers and regulatory leaders who will drive the financial policy debate in 2020.