FACTBOX-Witnesses for U.S. financial crisis hearings

January 11, 2010

WASHINGTON, Jan 11 (Reuters) – The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, a 10-member panel formed by the U.S. Congress to examine the causes of the financial meltdown, will hold its first public hearings on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Here is a list of the witnesses scheduled to appear.


Wednesday, Jan 13:

Panel one, financial institution representatives:

* Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

* Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

* John Mack, chairman of Morgan Stanley

* Brian Moynihan, chief executive of Bank of America Corp.


Panel two, financial market participants:

* Michael Mayo, managing director and financial services analyst at Calyon Securities (USA) Inc

* Kyle Bass, managing partner at Hayman Advisors

* Peter Solomon, chairman of Peter J. Solomon Co


Panel three, financial crisis impacts on the economy:

* Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Economy.com

* Kenneth Rosen, chairman of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at the University of California,Berkeley

* Julia Gordon, senior policy counsel at the Center for Responsible Lending

* Rusty Cloutier, chief executive of MidSouth Bancorp Inc.


Thursday, Jan 14:

Panel one, current investigations into the financial crisis

— federal officials:

* Eric Holder, U.S. attorney general

* Lanny Breuer, assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Justice Department

* Sheila Bair, chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp

* Mary Schapiro, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission


Panel two, current investigations into the financial crisis

— state and local officials:

* Lisa Madigan, Illinois attorney general

* John Suthers, Colorado attorney general

* Denise Voigt Crawford, commissioner of the Texas

Securities Board and president of the North American

Securities Administrators Association

* Glenn Theobald, chief counsel of the Miami-Dade County Police Department

 (Reporting by Karey Wutkowski)

((E-mail:karey.wutkowski@thomsonreuters.com +1 202 898 8374))

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