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Senate Panel Looks For Community Bank Lessons From Financial Crisis
WASHINGTON (6/10/13)--Sen. Tim Johnson's (D-S.D) banking panel has scheduled a look this Thursday at "Lessons Learned From the Financial Crisis Regarding Community Banks."

The scheduled witnesses at the 10 a.m. (ET) Senate Banking Committee hearing are:
  • Richard Brown, chief economist, of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.;
  • Jon T. Rymer, inspector general, also of the FDIC; and
  • Lawrance L. Evans, director of Financial Markets and Community Investment, of the U.S. Government Accountability Office.
Currently, the June 13 event is the final hearing for scheduled for Senate Banking for June.  The U.S. Congress will recess for a July 4 District Work Session.


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