SFA responded to the CFPB’s NPRM on the General QM definition and proposed an industry Self-Regulating Organization (SRO), outlining how an SRO can allow for innovation while establishing and maintaining safeguards for borrowers and investors.
Join SFA’s ESG Task Force, leading the industry’s quickly rising priority to integrate ESG considerations into structured finance investing through an industry-wide, coordinated effort.
SFA responded to FHFA’s Proposed Enterprise Capital Framework. The absence of clarity on the government’s role—along with proposal’s punitive treatment of CRT—led SFA to recommend that implementation of the Proposed Rule be suspended.
As an organization whose members have incredibly diverse interests and varied perspectives, the Structured Finance Association engages in advocacy, policy and research regarding issues impacting the safe and sound functioning of the entire securitization and structured finance markets.
We see our role as that of a bridge, linking the policymaking and securitization communities to ensure that an informed, two-way dialogue allows for robust discussion and optimal policy outcomes.