Senate Banking Committee approves three financial regulatory appointments, including Michael Barr as Vice Chairman of Fed Oversight – Financial Services


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Yesterday, in a welcome glimmer of bipartisanship, the Senate Banking Committee vote to move three of President Biden’s financial regulation nominees to the full Senate.

The nomination of Michael Barr as Vice Chairman for Oversight and Federal Reserve Board Member advanced on a 17-7 vote. The nominations of Jaime Lizárraga, a Democrat, and Mark Uyeda, a Republican, to the Securities and Exchange Commission commissioner positions were both presented to the full Senate by voice vote.

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