Davis, Paul; Landy, Heather
December 2009
American Banker;12/11/2009, Vol. 174 Issue F317, p2
Trade Publication
The article presents news briefs about the financial services industry. Bank of America Corp. ran full-page newspaper advertisements thanking taxpayers after it repaid the U.S. government billions of dollars of aid it received under the Troubled Asset Relief Program. Executives from several banks including Wells Fargo & Co. and Citigroup Inc. will meet with President Barack Obama to discuss regulation of the financial industry.


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