President Obama meets today with financial industry executives to discuss economic recovery, small business lending, improving lending practices for homeowners and the Administration’s plans for financial reform.
Among those attending will be Richard Davis, chairman, president, and CEO of Minneapolis-based US Bancorp.
Also attending the meeting in the Roosevelt room will be Treasury Secretary Timothy Geitnner and Rahm Emmanual, Obama’s chief of staff.
Other financial sector leaders attending are:
- Ken Chenault, president and CEO, American Express
- Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO, JP Morgan Chase
- Richard Fairbank, chairman and CEO, Capital One
- Bob Kelly, chairman and CEO, Bank of New York Mellon
- Ken Lewis, president and CEO, Bank of America
- Ron Logue, chairman and CEO, State Street Bank
- Gregory Palm, executive vice president and chief counsel, Goldman Sachs
- Jim Rohr, chairman and CEO, PNC
- John Stumpf, president and CEO, Wells Fargo
On a conference call with the group:
- John Mack, chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley
- Dick Parsons, chairman, Citigroup
- Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO, Goldman Sachs.