United States House Committee on Financial Services


United States House Committee on Financial Services
Reunión del Comité de la Cámara sobre Servicios Financieros

El United States House Committee on Financial Services (tambien referido como el House Banking Committee) (Comité de la Cámara de Servicios Financieros de los Estados Unidos) es un comité de la Cámara de Representantes de los Estados Unidos que supervisa toda la industria de servicios financieros, incluyendo valores, seguros, el sector bancario, e industrias de vivienda. El Comité tambien supervisa el trabajo de la Reserva Federal, el Departamento del Tesoro de los Estados Unidos, el Securities and Exchange Commission, otros reguladores de servicios financieros. Es dirigida por el republicano Spencer Bachus (R-AL) y el demócrata Barney Frank (D-MA).

Contenido

Historia

El comité fue alguna vez conocido como el Comité de Banca y Moneda. El Comité de Banca y Moneda fue creado en 1865 para asumir las responsabilidades previamente manejadas por la Comisión de Medios y Arbitrios de la Cámara de los Estados Unidos. Continuó funcionando bajo este nombre hasta 1968, cuando asumió el nombre actual.[1]

Miembros actuales, 112.º Congreso

Mayoría Minorías
  • Spencer Bachus, Alabama, Presidente
  • Peter T. King, New York
  • Ed Royce, California
  • Frank Lucas, Oklahoma
  • Ron Paul, Texas
  • Donald A. Manzullo, Illinois
  • Walter B. Jones, North Carolina
  • Judy Biggert, Illinois
  • Gary Miller, California
  • Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia
  • Jeb Hensarling, Texas, Vice Presidente
  • Scott Garrett, New Jersey
  • Randy Neugebauer, Texas
  • Patrick McHenry, North Carolina
  • John Campbell, California
  • Michele Bachmann, Minnesota
  • Thaddeus McCotter, Michigan
  • Kevin McCarthy, California
  • Steve Pearce, New Mexico
  • Bill Posey, Florida
  • Mike Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania
  • Lynn Westmoreland, Georgia
  • Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri
  • Bill Huizenga, Michigan
  • Sean Duffy, Wisconsin
  • Nan Hayworth, New York
  • Jim Renacci, Ohio
  • Robert Hurt, Virginia
  • Robert Dold, Illinois
  • David Schweikert, Arizona
  • Michael Grimm, New York
  • Quico Canseco, Texas
  • Steve Stivers, Ohio
  • Stephen Fincher, Tennessee
  • Barney Frank, Massachusetts, M. de Alto Rango
  • Maxine Waters, California
  • Carolyn B. Maloney, New York
  • Luis Gutierrez, Illinois
  • Nydia Velázquez, New York
  • Mel Watt, North Carolina
  • Gary Ackerman, New York
  • Brad Sherman, California
  • Gregory W. Meeks, New York
  • Michael Capuano, Massachusetts
  • Ruben Hinojosa, Texas
  • William Clay, Jr., Missouri
  • Carolyn McCarthy, New York
  • Joe Baca, California
  • Stephen Lynch, Massachusetts
  • Brad Miller, North Carolina
  • David Scott, Georgia
  • Al Green, Texas
  • Emanuel Cleaver, Missouri
  • Gwen Moore, Wisconsin
  • Keith Ellison, Minnesota
  • Ed Perlmutter, Colorado
  • Joe Donnelly, Indiana
  • André Carson, Indiana
  • Jim Himes, Connecticut
  • Gary Peters, Michigan
  • John Carney, Delaware

Fuente:

Subcomités

El Comité de Servicios Financieros opera con seis subcomités. Este es un incremento de los cinco subcomités del 110.º congreso. El ex Domestic and International Monetary Policy, Trade, and Technology Subcommitee (Subcomité de Política Monetaria Domestica e Internacional, Comercio, y Tecnología) fue dividido en dos subcomités.[2] La jurisdicción sobre los seguros fue transferida en el 2001 al aquel entonces-House Banking and Financial Services Committee de la House Energy and Commerce Committee (Comité de Comercio y Energía). Desde entonces ha sido la competencia del Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance and Government Sponsored Enterprises (Subcomité de Mercado de Capitales, Seguros y Empresas Patrocinadas por el Gobierno). Pero "con planes a reformar Fannie Mae y Freddie Mac esperaron a tomar gran parte de la agenda del panel, en ves de eso los seguros [fueron] movidos a un nuevo 'Subcomité de Seguros, Yivienda, y Oportunidades Comunitarias' (Subcommittee on Insurance, Housing and Community Opportunity) [a partir de del 112.º Congreso]".[3]

Subcomité Presidente Miembro de Alto Rango
Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises Scott Garrett (R-NJ) Maxine Waters (D-CA)
Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY)
Insurance, Housing and Community Opportunity Judy Biggert (R-IL) Luis Gutierrez (D-IL)
Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Ron Paul (R-TX) William Clay, Jr. (D-MO)
International Monetary Policy and Trade Gary Miller (R-CA) Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY)
Oversight and Investigations Randy Neugebauer (R-TX) Michael Capuano (D-MA)

Presidentes

Como Committee on Banking and Currency (1865–1968)

  • 1920–1931: Louis T. McFadden
  • 1931–1943: Henry B. Steagall
  • 1963–1975: Wright Patman

Como House Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs

  • 1975–1981: Henry S. Reuss
    (como House Committee on Banking, Currency, and Housing from 1975–1977)
  • 1981–1989: Fernand St. Germain
  • 1989–1995: Henry B. González

Como House Committee on Banking and Financial Services

  • 1995–2001: Jim Leach

Como House Committee on Financial Services (desde 2001)

Referencias

  1. «Chapter 5. Records of the Banking and Currency Committees». Guide to the Records of the U.S. House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789-1989 (Record Group 233). National Archives and Records Administration. Consultado el 26 de noviembre de 2010.
  2. Committee on Financial Services Republicans (8 January 2009). «Bachus Announces Ranking Members for Subcommittees». Comunicado de prensa. Consultado el 26 November 2010.
  3. Lehmann, R.J. (20-01-2011). «Insurance gets top billing on new House subcommittee». SNL Financial. Archivado desde el original, el 2011-01-27. Consultado el 27-01-2011.
  4. «Oxley Chosen as Financial Services Committee Chair». Insurance Journal (5 de enero de 2001). Consultado el 26 de noviembre de 2010.
  5. . National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (8 de noviembre de 2005). Consultado el 26 de noviembre de 2010.

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