Week inAdvance
Monday | Jul 22, 2019
Tue Jul 23 Senate probes cannabis banking. | Wed Jul 24 SunTrust, BB&T merger in the House. | Thu Jul 25 SEC's investor panel meets.
please join us
Tuesday, Jul 23
INVESTORS mortgage securitization update
3 - 3:15 pm

Thursday, Jul 25
INVESTORS market practices industry update
11:30 - 11:45 am

Come when you can. Leave when you have to. Take your calls.

for more info:
Matthew Jones, executive director
mjones@association.institutionalINVESTORS.org
(202) 712-9050
at the agencies
Thursday, Jul 25
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Open meeting of the Investor Advisory Committee to discuss the SEC's approach to regulation in areas with limited competition, trends in investment research, the impact of MiFID II, and the proxy process. See the full agenda  here.

Tuesday, Jul 23 -
Thursday, Jul 25
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES RULEMAKING BOARD
Board meeting to discuss corporate, financial, and governance matters; market regulation; and market transparency. See complete agenda here.
on the hill
Tuesday, Jul 23
SENATE AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION, & FORESTRY
Hearing on the state of the derivatives market and perspectives for CFTC reauthorization.

Tuesday, Jul 23
SENATE BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS
Open hearing on the challenges for cannabis and banking, which may be a positive sign for the "Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act" (the SAFE Act) which would enable banking services for pot companies. Industry stakeholders will testify.

Wednesday, Jul 24
HOUSE FINANCIAL SERVICES 
Hearing to examine the proposed merger of SunTrust and BB&T, the next megabank?

Thursday, Jul 25
HOUSE FINANCIAL SERVICES
Task Force on Financial Technology hearing to examine the use of alternative data in underwriting and credit scoring to expand access to credit.
across the globe
Tuesday, Jul 23
LONDON, UK
Prime Minister Theresa May’s successor is announced. Either Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt or, more likely, his predecessor Boris Johnson will become the new Conservative leader and PM. The formal handover of power is the following day.

Thursday, Jul 25
FRANKFURT, Germany
European Central Bank policy meeting. It is widely expected to keep rates on hold, but to change its forward guidance on rates again in July, paving the way for rate cuts later in the year.
other events
Tuesday, Jul 23
WASHINGTON DC
The International Monetary Fund to release an update to its World Economic Outlook, providing clues about the state of the world economy after a downbeat assessment of global growth in April.
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