How do you advocate for my business?

As a leader in financial trading and listing services, NYSE has a deep commitment to serve as an advocate for the interests of our members, listed companies, partners and investors. We act as an advocate for our approximately 8,000 listed companies globally to ensure that issuers, investors and all of our customers have a voice when it comes to crucial topics that affect them. 

For us, advocacy means representing our community in discussions about critical public policy and legal issues that impact the financial industry and the industries of our clients and partners. Our Advocacy committee works with the financial community, members, clients and investors to determine positions on public policy and legislation and strategies to present our views on existing and proposed rules and regulations, particularly those related to creating more fair, transparent and efficient markets.

Recent Testimony

Computerized Trading Venues: What Should the Rules of the Road Be?

Joseph Mecane, EVP and Head of U.S. Equities, provides testimony to Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance and Investment.

Market Structure: Ensuring Orderly, Efficient, Innovative and Competitive Markets for Issuers and Investors

Duncan Niederauer, CEO of NYSE Euronext speaks to the HFSC Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises on current equity market structure, and talks about possible solutions that will assist in both leveling the competitive landscape for the trading of securities.

How Roadblocks in Public Markets Prevent Job Creation

NYSE Euronext's Joseph Mecane speaks to Congress on three topics relevant to improving liquidity in smaller public companies.

More Information

NYSE Viewpoints

Learn about NYSE Euronext’s Advocacy efforts from top officials.

EU Regulatory Policy Channel

Find information on the background and original goals of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), as well as our views on how the regulation should evolve within MiFID 2.