Think tank

The American Council for Capital Formation

ACCF

Washington D.C., United States

The American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF) is an American think tank founded in 1975 by Charls Walker.[2] It is located on the District of Columbia's Connecticut Avenue.[3] Mark Bloomfeld and George "David" Banks serve as its president and executive vice president, respectively.The group lobbied for the Revenue Act of 1978, which cut capital gains taxes. The council supports ending the ban on crude oil exports and a flexible approach to the regulation of greenhouse gases. The council describes itself as nonpartisan,[4] while journalists generally describe its positions as "free market"[5][6] or "pro-business."[7][8]

Contact details

Website:
http://accf.org

Address:
1001 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 620, Washington, DC 20036

Country:
United States

Sub-region:
Northern America

Areas of focus

Organisation details

Business model
Non-profit
Institutional affiliations
Independent
Leadership
Leader(s) (2021): Mark A. Bloomfield
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2020): Mark A. Bloomfield
Leader gender: Male
Leader(s) (2019): Mark A. Bloomfield
Leader gender: Male
Staff size
2021
The American Council for Capital Formation
 10
United States average
 37
Global average
 75
2019
The American Council for Capital Formation
 8
% Female staff
2021
The American Council for Capital Formation
 0%
United States average
 1%
Global average
 0%

Social

Likes (2021)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 9,097
United States average
 86,712
Global average
 31,343
Likes (2019)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 9,478
Twitter
Followers (2021)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 936
United States average
 46,907
Global average
 18,358
Followers (2019)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 986
Subscribers (2021)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 53
United States average
 15,377
Global average
 5,251
Subscribers (2019)
The American Council for Capital Formation
 34

Data notes

Last updated: 08/06/2021
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): Authenticated
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website
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