Grams to succeed Gramm on banking securities panel
- Bankruptcy Reform Gets Complicated. Roberts, Ed // Credit Union Journal;01/29/2001, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p1
Reports that United States Senate Banking Committee Chairman Phil Gramm has announced that his committee will get involved in drafting the bankruptcy bill reform. Drafting of banking-related provisions for the bill; Support for changes to the credit union-backed bill.
- INTERSTATE TAXES ON DEPOSITORIES. Rolph III, John F.; Taetle, Joseph L.; Bevan, Robert L. // Banking;Oct76, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p10
Reports that the U.S. Senate Banking Committee has approved the extension of the moratorium on state doing-business taxes on out-of-state depositaries until June 30,1977. Amendments introduced to support the moratorium extension.
- Correction. // American Banker;4/25/2011, Vol. 176 Issue 63, p12
A correction is presented for the errors in an April 21, 2011 article that mentions changes related to the U.S. Senate Banking Committee.
- Gramm, Shelby delay D'Amato banking proposal. Lucier, James P.; Lehrer, Eli // Insight on the News;09/28/98, Vol. 14 Issue 36, p6
Reports on the banking-reform bill which collapsed in the Senate Banking Committee before the congressional Labor Day recess. Postponement of the bill announced by Chairman Alfonse D'Amato of New York; Comments from D'Amato; Insight into an announcement by Republican Senator Phil Gramm of Texas,...
- WASHINGTON PEOPLE. Heller, Michele; Davenport, Todd; Blackwell, Rob // American Banker;1/13/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 8, p3
Presents news briefs on activities and developments related to the U.S. banking industry as of January 13, 2003. Joint efforts of community bankers and thrift executives to fight against financial services companies over national privacy rules; Nomination of two Senate Banking Committee members...
- Gramm Visit. // Traders Magazine;Feb2000, Vol. 13 Issue 162, p6
Reports on the plan of Senator Phil Gramm, chairman of the United States Senate Banking Committee, to have a field trip to the monied canyons of New York in February 2000. Significance of the Securities Market Enhancement Act; Distractions on the Senate leadership.
- New Chairman--Old Hand. // Banking;Jan67, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p36
Interviews John J. Sparkman, chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking and Currency Committee about various issues as of January 1967. Career highlights; Legislation he plans to bring up during his term; Reason for supporting the dual banking system; Expectations for the committee.
- Senate Panel Approves 3 Nominees. Davidson, Kate // American Banker;9/9/2011, Vol. 176 Issue F335, p15
The article reports the U.S. Senate Banking Committee approved the nominations of Martin Gruenberg as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s chairman, Thomas Curry as the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's leader, and Roy Woodall Jr. as a Financial Stability Oversight Council member.
- Dems Keep Up Heat on Cordray Vote. Wack, Kevin // American Banker;12/8/2011, Vol. 176 Issue 189, p3
The article reports nine Democrats on the U.S. Senate Banking Committee are pressuring Republicans to confirm Richard Cordray's nomination as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).