What we do

About SFC

The Structured Finance Coalition (SFC) is a nationwide network that was established to promote, further, and advance the interests of the structured finance industry in Washington, D.C.

Overview

The Structured Finance Coalition (SFC) is a nationwide network that is set-up to promote, further, and advance the interests of the structured finance industry in Washington, D.C. Initiated by the Structured Finance Association, the SFC was developed with the goal of strengthening the unified voice of the structured finance industry in the federal policy arena. Membership is free and must be renewed annually.

The current political climate presents significant opportunities for advocacy and much needed policy solutions that are critical for our industry. To receive priority on federal policymakers’ agendas, lawmakers must be made aware of the thousands of hardworking men and women that have made careers in structured finance. They must also be reminded of the many more millions of Americans who rely on the credit structured finance makes available for affording new cars, first homes, and college educations.

Governance

The Structured Finance Coalition is governed by a nine member Board of Directors. Eight of those members are selected by the primary member (Structured Finance Association). The ninth member is independently elected by the SFC’s broader membership. Board members server for terms of two years.

Among the Board’s nine members, three serve as officers. These roles include Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary. The Board of Directors is ultimately responsible for oversight of both the Coalition’s budget and day to day operations.

Randall Ross , Chair

Nomura