Luckily for [JPMorgan CEO Jamie] Dimon, the professional staff in charge of managing the [Senate]banking committee [hearings] will be quite familiar to him and his team of lobbyists. That’s because the staff director for the Senate Banking Committee is none other than a former J.P. Morgan lobbyist, Dwight Fettig.
In 2009, Fettig was a registered lobbyist for J.P. Morgan. His disclosures show that he was hired to work on “financial services regulatory reform” and the “Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2009″ on behalf of the investment bank. Now, as staff director for the Senate Banking Committee, he will be overseeing the hearings on J.P. Morgan’s risky proprietary trading.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Oh This is Sweet: Senate Banking Investigation of JPMorgan to be Headed by Former JPMorgan Lobbyist
The Republic Reports says: