South Dakotans deserve easy access to credit, housing that is affordable and convenient financial services. As a member of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs committee, I will continue to work to make certain South Dakotans have access to these services and the United States remains the global financial marketplace. This comes from promoting common sense public policy that encourages economic growth, capital formation and consumer protection while also providing much-needed oversight to heavy-handed bureaucrats.
My Latest Work On Banking
Rounds Slams Burdensome Regulations in Opening Remarks at Banking Hearing, Emphasizes Negative Impact on Local Communities
Rounds Delivers Opening Remarks at Banking Hearing on Protecting Financial Well-Being of Service Members and Veterans
Rounds, Scott and Colleagues Urge Biden Administration to Confront China’s Influence on U.S. Financial System