The unprecedented volatility that has come to define 2020 is expected to boost flows into an already thriving ESG market. SFA is committed to guiding the securitization industry towards a goal of building a robust ESG market in structured finance.
The Structured Finance Association (SFA) today released the following statement after the U.S. Department of Treasury led by Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin announced it will not restructure taxpayer investments in government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
“We know our member companies take seriously the long-term implications of last week’s events and thank those who have used their political action committees (PACs) and voices to take a stand,” said Michael Bright, CEO of the Structured Finance Association.
Our Diversity, Equity, and Inlcusion (“DEI”) Command Center offers several ways to get involved in SFA’s DEI initiative as we continue our longstanding work to have a positive impact on our industry. We invite everyone to join our work and help us make progress by signing up to be part of our initiative.
Add Your Voice:
Become an SFA Member
"The Structured Finance Association provides a representative and transparent member-driven platform for industry education and advocacy. Membership in the Association affords access to policymakers and industry-derived solutions. "Explore Further
Join an SFA Committee or Task Force
Through our committees and task forces, SFA members exchange ideas, build consensus, and develop holistic solutions based on balanced industry views. SFA represents all participants in a transaction, and our structure ensures we convene all parties and incorporate a broad range of perspectives in our views.