Richard Cooperstein named co-chair of the Structured Finance Association’s Regulatory Capital & Liquidity Committee
We are proud to announce that Richard Cooperstein has accepted the position of co-chair of the Structured Finance Association’s (SFA) Regulatory Capital & Liquidity committee.
“I am very pleased to be chosen to co-lead SFA’s Committee that is focused on rationalizing risk transfer for federally-connected institutions. Aligning the regulation of risk transfer with the economics can improve capital efficiency, lower borrowing costs and reduce taxpayer risk.” - Richard Cooperstein
SFA plays an essential role in Structured Finance by bringing thought leaders together to collaborate on ways to respond to timely events affecting the industry, finance and our world.