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Head of US Government Affairs

Jennifer Flitton

Profile

Jennifer Flitton is Head of US Government Affairs at Invesco. In this role, she drives Invesco's advocacy initiatives with policymakers and regulators, ensuring the firm is an influential part of the Washington conversation and solidifying Invesco's seat at the table. Ms. Flitton also leverages her expertise to provide timely political and policy insights to clients and portfolio managers. Jennifer joined Invesco in 2018.

Previous experience
  • Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association – Managing Director
  • Congress – Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director, Congressman Patrick McHenry
  • Congress – Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Designee, House Financial Services Committee
  • Congress – Legislative Assistant, Congressman Mike Oxley

Education
  • Master’s in public policy, George Mason University
  • BA in political science, Ashland University

Insights from Jennifer

  • Legislative and regulatory
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    Legislative and regulatory

    Election 2024: Both parties defend narrow majorities in Congress

    By Andy Blocker, Jennifer Flitton

    A Trump vs. Biden rematch in the 2024 election appears inevitable, while the House and Senate are grappling with a challenging political map and an onslaught of retirements.

    February 22, 2024
  • Legislative and regulatory
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    Legislative and regulatory

    Iowa, New Hampshire drain suspense out of primary season

    By Andy Blocker, Jennifer Flitton

    The presumptive nominees for the presidential election came into clear focus in early primaries. Look for spectacle and confusion about who’s running in which format and state.

    February 7, 2024
  • Legislative and regulatory
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    Legislative and regulatory

    Artificial intelligence sparks fascination and concern throughout Washington

    By Andy Blocker, Jennifer Flitton

    The federal government is taking measures to mitigate the risks of artificial intelligence and to explore how this technology can be used to benefit American society. We take a look at what steps they’ve taken so far and where they expect to go.

    August 28, 2023
  • Legislative and regulatory
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    Legislative and regulatory

    Digital assets rules for the road: One step forward, two steps back

    By Andy Blocker, Jennifer Flitton

    It’s been 15 years since the creation of the first cryptocurrency, and we still don’t have a single law or regulation on the books specifically tailored to this industry. We examine the progress, or lack thereof, among regulators and lawmakers to provide a framework to govern the digital asset ecosystem.

    August 22, 2023
  • Legislative and regulatory
    Legislative and regulatory

    President Biden’s infrastructure legislative bonanza: Now what?

    By Andy Blocker, Jennifer Flitton

    Passing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act were impressive feats. But implementing the programs and deploying trillions in funds in a timely fashion is an equally challenging task.

    April 6, 2023