American Bankers Association

#3 Contributing Company

  • 4,754 contributions
  • $7,881,975 in total

#4 Most Interested Company

  • 169 bills supported
  • 70 bills opposed

#1 Most Influential Company

  • Won 71 bills on which it took a position

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House to Vote on Derivatives Bill That Was Written by Citigroup Lobbyists

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October 29, 2013On October 30, the House of Representatives will be voting on a bipartisan bill to repeal financial bailout protections that Congress passed in 2010 as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The bill would severely limit the reach of Sec. 716 in Dodd-Frank, which requires banks that are eligible for Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or Federal Reserve lending discounts to spin off their derivatives activities into separate corporate entities that would not be eligible for federal assistance.

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Top Recipients

SenatorsContributionsBills Sponsored that
Company Supports
Shelley Moore Capito$40,00022
Dean Heller$30,00014
Bill Cassidy$26,0006
Roger F. Wicker$24,00010
Gary Peters$22,50013
House membersContributionsBills Sponsored that
Company Supports
Robert J. Wittman$45,0009
Steny H. Hoyer$45,0003
Bob Latta$43,50016
Blaine Luetkemeyer$42,50040
Frank D. Lucas$42,00020

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