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Better banks, better businesses, better jobs, better economic growth, better lives and better communities.

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Better Markets

is a non-profit, non-partisan, independent organization with a mission to promote the public interest in the financial markets, support the financial reform of Wall Street, and make the financial system work for all Americans.

Who We Are

OUR ISSUE AREAS

Better Markets currently has four key issue areas, each of which combines a strategic mix of Better Markets’ core competencies: rulemaking, litigation, media advocacy, government relations, expertise and testimony, coalition building, research, and policymaking advocacy. Each area has an aggressive, multi-platform strategy to restore layers of protection between hardworking Americans on Main Street and Wall Street’s riskiest activities.

About Us

Defending Main Street

Protecting Consumers, Investors, Retirees and Markets from the Predators

Financial Reform and Stability

Preventing Financial Crashes and Economic Collapse While Protecting Your Pocketbook, Our Shared Prosperity and America’s Limited Resources

Accountability

Returning the Law to Wall Street While Watching the Watchdogs, Defending Democracy, Transparency and Open Government

Advocacy and Outreach

Supporting the productive economy, creating wealth and broad-based prosperity while reducing systemic threats, inequality and economic insecurity

What People Are Saying

“Dennis Kelleher [is] one of the most powerful lobbyists on financial regulatory reform.”

“It's more important than ever that consumers and taxpayers have strong advocates like Dennis and Better Markets to stand up for ordinary Americans.”

“Kelleher, a former attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, has become well-known for his critique of both Wall Street banks and regulators who he has often accused of failing to hold the banks accountable for wrongdoing.”

“Dennis is one of the most plugged in and important names here in Washington as the founder and leader of the investor advocacy group Better Markets. His views can not only drive fear into the heart of Wall Street, but they are also driving the conversation on Capitol Hill, especially on the most pressing topics concerning market abuse, risk and the integrity of the financial system.”

“Better Markets encourages a free flow of reform-minded ideals by bringing transparency and some small counterweight to the lobbying goliath of Wall Street.”

“Dennis Kelleher is one of the most effective group CEOs in Washington, D.C., and Better Markets’ record of achievement proves that.”

“On the front-lines of this effort is Better Markets, a relatively new advocacy group pushing to ensure new regulations are as strong as possible.”

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What We Do

KEY STATISTICS

Shaping the news, amplifying the public’s voice and analyzing new policies so Main Street doesn’t get left behind.

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Comment
Letters

Better Markets filed more than 300 Comment Letters at the financial regulatory agencies and self-regulatory organizations.

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Rule
Citations

Better Markets was cited over 130 time in final rules, showcasing the impact our subject matter experts make on the rulemaking process.

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Court
Filings

Better Markets argues for strong regulation, effective remedies for investors, and a rulemaking process that complies with the law.

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Print
Articles

Better Markets subject matter experts are continually sought after to amplifying the public’s voice and analyzes new policies so Main Street doesn’t get left behind.

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