This Week in Congress - March 16, 2009

March 16, 2009















Date
Body
Committee
Location/Time
Topic
Title
3/17/2009 House Financial Services 2128 Rayburn, 10:00am Systemic Risk Perspectives on Regulation of Systemic Risk in the Financial Services Industry
House Financial Services Web Site
3/17/2009 House Judiciary 2141 Rayburn, 2:00pm Antitrust Law "Too Big To Fail?":
The Role of Antitrust Law in Government-Funded Consolidation in the Banking Industry"
House Judiciary Web Site
3/18/2009 House Financial Services 2128 Rayburn, 10:00am Economy/ Financial Crisis American International Group's Impact on the Global Economy: Before, During, and After Federal Intervention
House Financial Services Web Site
3/18/2009 House Appropriations 2220 Rayburn, 10:00am Judiciary Budget Judiciary Budget
House Committee on Appropriations
3/19/2009 House Oversight & Govt Reform 2154 Rayburn, 10:00am Stimulus Preventing Stimulus Waste and Fraud: Who are the Watchdogs?
House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform
3/19/2009 House Ways & Means 1100 Longworth, 10:00am TARP Troubled Asset Relief Program - Oversight of Federal Borrowing and the Use of Federal Monies
House Committee on Ways & Means
3/17/2009 Senate Finance 215 Dirksen, 10:00am Tax Issues Related to Fraud Schemes A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to improve tax compliance with respect to offshore transactions, and for other purposes.
Senate Finance Committee Web Site
3/18/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs 538 Dirksen, 2:30pm Financial Regulations Hearing to examine risk management oversight at Federal financial regulations
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
3/19/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs 538 Dirksen, 10:30am 2010 Budget Banking Hearing to examine bank supervision and regulators.
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
3/19/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs 538 Dirksen, 2:00pm Deposit Insurance Hearing to examine current issues in deposit insurance.
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs
3/19/2009 Senate Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs 538 Dirksen, 9:30am Insurance Regulation Hearing to examine perspectives on modernizing insurance regulation.
Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, & Urban Affairs


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