About the Financial Services Forum
The Financial Services Forum is an economic policy and advocacy organization whose members are the chief executive officers of the eight largest and most diversified financial institutions headquartered in the United States. Forum member institutions are a leading source of lending and investment in the United States and serve millions of consumers, businesses, investors, and communities throughout the country. The Forum promotes policies that support savings and investment, deep and liquid capital markets, a competitive global marketplace, and a sound financial system.
The Financial Services Forum is comprised of the chief executive officers of the eight largest and most diversified financial institutions headquartered in the United States. Brian Moynihan, Bank of America’s Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, serves as the Forum’s chairman.
The staff of the Financial Services Forum works to advance the policy priorities of the Forum members and communicate the value and contributions of the institutions to the US economy.