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Tentative Panels and Schedule – Public Hearings Regarding the Deposit Insurance Application of Wal-Mart Bank (In Organization)

Tentative Panels and Schedule – Public Hearings Regarding the Deposit Insurance Application
of Wal-Mart Bank (In Organization) – Arlington, Virginia; April 10, 2006
Panel
Approximate Time
Presenters
  9:00 – 9:10 Opening remarks by Presiding Officer John F. Bovenzi, Deputy to the Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1 9:10 – 9:35 Jane Thompson, President of Wal-Mart Financial Services, speaking on behalf of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
2 9:40 –10:05 The Honorable Stephanie Tubbs Jones, U.S. House of Representatives
Break
3 10:20 – 10:55

Robert R. Davis, speaking on behalf of America ’s Community Bankers

Wayne A. Abernathy, speaking on behalf of the American Bankers Association

Robert E. McKew, speaking on behalf of the American Financial Services Association

Terry J. Jorde, speaking on behalf of the Independent Community Bankers of America

4 11:00 – 11:35

Maude Hurd, speaking on behalf of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now

Travis B. Plunkett, speaking on behalf of the Consumer Federation of America

Matthew R. Lee, Esquire, speaking on behalf of Inner City Press, Community on the Move and affiliates, and Fair Finance Watch

John Taylor, speaking on behalf of the National Community Reinvestment Coalition

Lunch
5 1:00 – 1:30

Ernie Allen, speaking on behalf of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Major George Hood, speaking on behalf of the Salvation Army

Catherine Smith, speaking on behalf of Working Families for Wal-Mart

6 1:35 – 2:20

Jeff Milchen, speaking on behalf of the American Independent Business Alliance

Douglas Kantor, speaking on behalf of the National Association of Convenience Stores

Thomas F. Wenning, speaking on behalf of the National Grocers Association

Sandra Kennedy, speaking on behalf of the Retail Industry Leaders Association

Thomas J. Bliley, Jr., speaking on behalf of the Sound Banking Coalition

Break
7 2:35 – 3:10

Robert E. McGarrah, Jr., speaking on behalf of the AFL-CIO

Art Douglas, speaking on behalf of the Utah Farmers Union

Michael J. Wilson, speaking on behalf of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union

Paul Blank, speaking on behalf of Wake-Up Wal-Mart.com

8 3:15 – 3:50

Steve Andrews, speaking on behalf of the California Independent Bankers

Daniel J. Forte, speaking on behalf of the Massachusetts Bankers Association

Kent Landvatter, speaking on behalf of the Utah Association of Financial Services

Rose Oswald Poels, speaking on behalf of the Wisconsin Bankers Association

 

Tentative Panels and Schedule – Public Hearings Regarding the Deposit Insurance Application
of Wal-Mart Bank (In Organization) – Arlington, Virginia; April 11, 2006
Panel Approximate Time Presenters
  9:00 – 9:10 Opening remarks by Presiding Officer John F. Bovenzi, Deputy to the Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1 9:10 – 9:45

Rashmi Rangan, speaking on behalf of the Delaware Community Reinvestment Action Council, Inc.

Waiching Wong, speaking on behalf of the Greenlining Institute

Thomas M. Stevens, speaking on behalf of the National Association of Realtors

Edmund Mierzwinski, speaking on behalf of the US Public Interest Research Group

2 9:50 –10:20

David Bonior, speaking on behalf of American Rights at Work

Jack Blum, speaking on behalf of Americans for Democratic Action

Sarita Gupta, speaking on behalf of Jobs With Justice

Break
3 10:35 – 11:10

Peter J. Wallison, speaking on behalf of the American Enterprise Institute

Bruce Levinsen, speaking on behalf of the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness

Randall Dodd, speaking on behalf of the Economic Policy Institute

Lawrence White, Professor of Economics

 

Tentative Panels and Schedule – Public Hearings Regarding the Deposit Insurance Application
of Wal-Mart Bank (In Organization) – Overland Park, Kansas; April 25, 2006
Panel Approximate Time Presenters
  9:00 – 9:10 Opening remarks by Presiding Officer John F. Bovenzi, Deputy to the Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
1 9:10 – 9:45

Craig A. Baker, speaking on behalf of Domestic Bank, Cranston, Rhode Island

James W. Sower, speaking on behalf of the Pine River Valley Bank, Bayfield, Colorado, and Independent Bankers of Colorado

Bruce B. Morgan, speaking on behalf of Valley State Bank, Roeland Park, Kansas

Robert E. Marling, Jr., or Michael H. Richmond, speaking on behalf of Woodforest National Bank, Houston, Texas

9:50 –10:30

Kenneth D. Andrews; Retired

Mark-Anthony Canty; Student of Finance, University of Florida

Mary Lindsay, speaking on behalf of the Kansas City Area Chapter of Reclaim Democracy

James D. Bliesner, speaking on behalf of the San Diego Reinvestment Task Force

William McNary, speaking on behalf of US Action

Break  
3 10:45 – 11:15

Gary Phillips, speaking on behalf of the Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc.

Judy Davidson, speaking on behalf of Region 5 of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union

Rick Smith, speaking on behalf of the Wal-Mart Alliance for Reform Now

Andrew Grossman, speaking on behalf of Wal-Mart Watch

4 11:20 – 12:00

Dan K. Coup, speaking on behalf of the Community Bankers Association of Kansas

Charles A. Stone, speaking on behalf of the Kansas Bankers Association

Tess Rice, speaking on behalf of the Minnesota Bankers Association

Kenneth W. Littlefield, speaking on behalf of the Missouri Bankers Association

Jerry Sage, speaking on behalf of the Missouri Independent Bankers Association

Lunch  
5 1:30 – 2:05

William R. McDaniel, speaking on behalf of Community Bank of Raymore, Raymore, Missouri

Dale J. Torpey, speaking on behalf of Federation Bank, Washington, Iowa

Larry Winum, speaking on behalf of Glenwood State Bank, Glenwood, Iowa, and Frontier Savings Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa

Keith Lazar, speaking on behalf of Washington State Bank, Washington, Iowa

6 2:10 – 2:45

John Ikard, speaking on behalf of the Colorado Bankers Association

Daryll J. Lund, speaking on behalf of the Community Bankers of Wisconsin

John K. Sorensen, speaking on behalf of the Iowa Bankers Association

Rick Clayburgh, speaking on behalf of the North Dakota Bankers Association

Break  
7 3:00 – 3:35

Charles W. Daily, speaking on behalf of Community First Bank, Fairview Heights, Illinois

Bradley Robson, speaking on behalf of First State Bank, Belmond, Iowa

Alden Buerge, speaking on behalf of First State Bank, Joplin, Missouri

Mariner Kemper or Peter deSilva, speaking on behalf of UMB Bank, n.a., Kansas City, Missouri

8 3:40 – 4:10

David Vandeven, speaking on behalf of Midwest Independent Bank, Jefferson City, Missouri

Jack A. Marcum, speaking on behalf of Northland National Bank, Gladstone, Missouri

Glen B. Williams, speaking on behalf of Security Bank of the Ozarks, Eminence, Missouri

 


Last Updated 03/23/2006 communications@fdic.gov

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