Jeb Hensarling

In partisan D.C., House banking panel flips the script


Bankers had worried about Rep. Maxine Waters' control of the Financial Services Committee, but many now say the Democrat’s working relationship with the panel’s top Republican is refreshing.


Hensarling joins Milken Institute as senior fellow


The former House Financial Services Committee chairman follows other notable former officials who went to the think tank after government careers.


Hensarling to join UBS as executive vice chairman


The former lawmaker joins the Swiss bank after years of pushing for bank deregulation as chairman of the House Financial Services Committee.


On way out, Hensarling makes final case for GSE reform


The House Financial Services Committee held a hearing to examine the outgoing committee chairman's bipartisan GSE reform bill, but lawmakers were already looking ahead.


The border wall fight is killing chances of year-end banking reforms


As Congress moves closer to its Dec. 21 deadline to keep the government funded, the outlook for more financial services regulatory relief continues to worsen.


It's official: White House taps Calabria as head of FHFA


The White House confirmed that it plans to nominate Mark Calabria as the next director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.


Waters likely to raise affordable housing’s profile in GSE debate


The Democrat, who will likely head the Financial Services Committee, has signaled she'll make expanded housing opportunities for lower-income consumers a top priority.


McHenry elected top GOP member of House banking panel


The North Carolina lawmaker had been considered for a potentially bigger House leadership position if Republicans had held on to their majority.


Hensarling urges Senate action on JOBS Act 3.0


The House Financial Services Committee chairman said "so far, the United States Senate has done nothing on a bill that passed" the House with over 400 votes.


Dems' grilling of Fed's Quarles a preview of what could come


On the verge of controlling the Financial Services Committee, House Democrats criticized proposed changes to the Federal Reserve Board's post-crisis supervision program.