MFA Letter to Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force Regarding United States Capital Markets Competitiveness in the Global Financial Services Marketplace

February 29, 2008

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From: MFA, John G. Gaine

To:

Rep. Michael Crapo, Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force

MFA submits a comment letter to the Senate Republican Capital Markets Task Force in response to the Task Force’s request for five recommendations that would assist the United States in reclaiming its preeminent position in the global financial services marketplace.

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