The House Banking Committee scheduled a hearing for Thursday to explore how governments and the private sector can avert global financial crises.

Scheduled to appear are Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan, Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin, and Deputy Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers.

The committee said the hearing will explore ways to bolster bank supervision and increase the amount of financial data disclosed by governments and the private sector. It also will address exchange rate policies, the role of the Bank for International Settlements, and capital flows.

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