Congress Should Not Undo Progress on Financial Data Reform

Daniel Castro Joshua New February 11, 2015
February 11, 2015

While there have been some challenges in implementing data-favorable policies we should not abandon or impede the process in the name of reform. For example, Congress would better serve stakeholders by requiring that more, not less, information be submitted to government agencies, such as the SEC, in machine-readable formats, and abandoning the redundant requirement for document-based forms.