Expected attendees at the President's remarks on regulatory reform

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THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                  June 17, 2009

Below is a list of expected attendees at the President’s remarks on regulatory reform in the East Room today:

Members of Congress

  • Senator Dick Durbin, (D-IL)
  • Senator Christopher Dodd, (D-CT)
  • Senator Jack Reed, (D-RI)
  • Chairman Barney Frank (D-MA)
  • Representative Gary Ackerman (D-NY)
  • Representative Melissa Bean (D-IL)
  • Representative Judy Biggert (R-IL)
  • Representative Joe Crowley (D-NY)
  • Representative Scott Garrett (D-NJ)
  • Representative Jeb Hensarling (R-TX)
  • Representative Jim Himes (D-CT)
  • Representative Ruben Hinojosa (D-TX)
  • Representative Paul Kanjorski (D-PA)
  • Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)
  • Representative Gregory Meeks (D-NY)
  • Representative Shelly Moore-Capito (R-WV)
  • Representative Jose Serrano (D-NY)
  • Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA)
  • Representative Mel Watt (D-NC)
Regulators:
  • Sheila Bair, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
  • Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve
  • John Bowman, Office of Thrift Supervision
  • John Dugan, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  • Gary Gensler, Commodities Future Trade Corporation
  • Jon Leibowitz, Federal Trade Commission
  • John Lockhart, Federal Housing Financing Authority
  • Mary Schapiro, Securities Exchange Commission
Administration Officials:
  • Secretary Tim Geithner
  • Secretary Shaun Donovan
  • CEA Chair Christina Romer
  • NEC Director Lawrence Summers
  • Austan Goolsbee  
  • Jared Bernstein     
  • Valerie Jarrett
  • Diana Farrell
  • Michael Barr
  • Neal Wolin
Representatives from the regulatory community, consumer groups, the financial industry, and other outside organizations:
(in alphabetical order by organization name)

AFL/CIO, Damon Silvers

American Bankers Association, Ed Yingling, President & CEO
American Insurance Association, Leigh Ann Pusey, CEO
Brookings, Martin Baily
Change to Win, Anna Burger
Chicago Board Options Exchange, Bill Brodsky, CEO
City Group, Paul Thornell
Coalition of Private Investment Companies, Jim Chanos, Chairman
Common Purpose Project, Erik Smith
Consumers Union, Ellen Bloom, Director, DC Office
COP and Harvard, Elizabeth Warren
CWA, Henry Cohen
DEMOS, Robert Kuttner
Economic Policy Institute, John Irons
Financial Services Forum, Rob Nichols, President
Financial Services Roundtable, Steve Bartlett, President and CEO
Former CFTC, Brooksley Born                       
Futures Industry Association, John Damgard, President
Harvard Law School, Howell Jackson, Professor of Law
Harvard, Tobin Project, David Moss, Professor
Independent Community Bankers Association, Camden Fine, President and CEO
Institute for Policy Institute, Sarah Anderson
Investment Company Institute, Paul Stevens, CEO
Midwest Academy, Heather Booth
NAACP, Hilary Shelton, Director
National Association of Attorneys General, Douglas Lowenstein, Chairman and Iowa Attorney General
National Association of Consumer Advocates, Ira Hammerman
National Association of Consumer Advocates, Ira Rheingold, Executive Director
National CAPACD, Lisa Hasegawa
National Community Reinvestment Coalition, John Taylor,    President and CEO
National Consumer Law Center, Lauren Saunders, Managing Attorney
National Council of La Razza, Janet Murguia, President
National Fair Housing Alliance, Shanna Smith, President and CEO
National People’s Action, George Goehl, Executive Director
National Urban League, Marc Morial, President and CEO
Opportunity Finance Network, Jennifer Vasiloff
PICO, Gordon Whitman
Princeton, Jim Leach
Public Citizen/ Congress Watch, David Arkush, Director
Roosevelt Institute, Nate Loewentheil, Executive Director
Stanford, Darrell Duffie
Strategic Consulting, Robert Creamer
The Financial Service Roundtable, Thomans E. Samoluk, Senior Vice President of Government Affiars
U.S. Action, Alan Charney
UBS, Robert Wolf
UFCW, Jennie Hansen
UFCW, Steven Powell
US Public Interest Research Group, Gary Kalman, Director, DC Office
Yale University, Robert Shiller, Professor of Economics