Bank chiefs to testify before financial-crisis panel

The heads of four major banks are set to testify next week before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission as part of an investigation into the financial meltdown. Along with the bankers' testimony, Philip Angelides, chairman of the commission, said he planned to conduct interviews, hold public hearings and gather information from government agencies and companies. Although Congress is already working to overhaul financial regulation, Mr. Angelides said, the panel's work remains relevant because more legislation is likely.

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