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House Financial Services Sets Early Oct. Agenda
WASHINGTON (9/25/13)--Flood insurance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accountability and providing financial services access to unserved and underserved communities are some of the items on the early October U.S. House Financial Services Committee agenda.

The specific schedule for these hearings is as follows:
  • An Oct. 1 financial institutions and consumer credit subcommittee hearing to discuss legislative proposals to bring more accountability, reform and transparency to the CFPB;
  • An Oct. 9 capital markets and government sponsored enterprises subcommittee hearing on legislation to further reduce impediments to capital formation;
  • An Oct. 10 monetary policy and trade subcommittee hearing on international central banking models; and
  • An Oct. 10 financial institutions and consumer credit subcommittee hearing focused on unbanked and under-banked areas.
The hearing schedule is tentative. All hearings are scheduled to be held in Room 2128 of the Rayburn House Office Building.


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