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Register Today for SFIG Canada 2019

Registration is open for SFIG Canada 2019, taking place May 22-23, at the Fairmont Royal York, conveniently located in the main financial hub of Toronto. Click here to view conference details.

Learn more about available sponsorship opportunities

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Cast Your Nomination

Speaker nominations are now open for the SFIG Legal Forum 2019. The event will take place on Tuesday, June 4, at Mayer Brown's office in New York, NY.

Click here to view panel topics and to nominate.

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Rescheduled: Government Relations Committee Call

The next Government Relations Committee Call will occur on Thrusday, March 21, from 2:00-2:45 p.m. EST. 

If you are interested in joining this committee, please email Leslie Sack, SFIG's Head of Government Relations. 

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SFIG Announces Formation of Significant Risk Transfer Committee

This new committee will be charged with engaging with legislators and regulators to advocate capital, legal, and accounting treatment that allows for the expansion of the significant risk transfer market; educating legislators, regulators, and market participants about the appropriate use, value, and structure of significant risk transfer transactions; and promoting standards and practices that enhance the transparency, stability, and liquidity of the significant risk transfer market.

The kick-off call will take place on Wednesday, March 27, at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Please contact Will Innes if you would like to be added to the committee list.


SFIG’s membership continues to grow in numbers and diversity. There are approximately 350 institutions representing all segments of the securitization industry contributing to our membership-driven agenda.

We encourage you to apply for membership today.

Latest Advocacy

SFIG’s LIBOR Task Force is developing industry solutions to facilitate transition away from LIBOR after 2021. We published SFIG-recommended triggers and fallbacks for new securitizations, and recently commented on the Alternative Reference Rates Committee’s consultation for new LIBOR-based securitizations. Learn more.

SFIG Events

We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events, which include SFIG Canada, SFIG Legal Forum, and more. We work hard to ensure sponsorship and registration rates reflect SFIG's status as an industry-owned trade association benefiting our members.

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About SFIG

SFIG was established with the core mission of supporting a robust and liquid securitization market, recognizing that securitization is an essential source of core funding for the real economy. Under this mission, we are dedicated to:

  1. Educating members, legislators, regulators, and other constituencies about structured finance, securitization and related capital markets,
  2. Building the Broadest Possible Consensus among members on policy, legal, regulatory and other matters affecting or potentially affecting the industry
  3. Advocating with respect to policy, legal, regulatory and other matters affecting or potentially affecting the industry, and
  4. Core Principles of Governance, Financial Transparency, Inclusion and respectful accommodation of divergent member views.

We provide a representative and transparent member-driven platform for industry education and advocacy. While we are based in Washington, DC, our members’ interests extend globally.

We boast approximately 350 institutional members (and growing), including investors, issuers, and all other participants in the structured finance industry. As a member-driven organization our advocacy is committee-based, with over 50 committees and taskforces actively engaged in representing broad industry viewpoints across all aspects of the regulatory and legislative agenda.

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Advocacy Agenda
  • Government Relations Committee Meeting   March 28, 2019

  • SFIG in the News
  • Structured Finance Industry Group Names Michael Bright President and CEO
  • Former Ginnie Mae COO’s New Role
  • SFIG’s biggest challenge is demystifying securitization, says Bright

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