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The administration of Merchant House Financial Services follows the liquidation of Merchant Capital, the structured products arm of Merchant House Group, last month.
Sidley Austin LLP announced that Michael Borden, former Senior Counsel with the House Financial Services Committee, has joined its Government Strategies practice as Counsel.
The lawmaker, who came out as gay in 1987, served as chairman of the House Financial Services, and his often cutting remarks, methodical arguments and blistering put-downs have earned him a reputation as one of its toughest debaters.
uk The House Financial Services Committee has given the federal government the power to block states from regulating large national banks in some circumstances.
Frank, who chairs the House Financial Services Committee, said Internet gambling operators would have to protect against underage gambling, compulsive gambling, money laundering and fraud or risk having their licenses revoked.
Geithner and Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke are to appear before the House financial services committee Tuesday on the mess at AIG, which is now controlled 80 percent by the US taxpayer.
From the Journal's Jessica Holzer this morning (last item): "The nation's struggling commercial real-estate owners and lenders won a key ally on Capitol Hill late last week when House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank introduced legislation that encouraged the Fed and the Treasury to extend a $200 billion debt-relief program targeted at consumer debt to commercial real estate.
The bill was filed by House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts) and had 17 co-sponsors in mid-July, including Reps.