Bank chiefs to testify before commission investigating crisis

12/23/2009 | Bloomberg

Jamie Dimon, CEO at JPMorgan Chase; Lloyd Blankfein, head of Goldman Sachs; and John Mack, head of Morgan Stanley, agreed to testify at the first hearing of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. "We have requested the appearance of key leaders," said Phil Angelides, chairman of the commission. Academics and others will offer analysis after testimony from the banking industry, another commission official said.

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