The Senate Banking Committee is set today to kick off three days of hearings on financial reform with testimony by Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan.

Treasury Secretary Robert E. Rubin is scheduled to follow on Wednesday along with other regulators, including Arthur Levitt Jr., chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission; John D. Hawke Jr., comptroller of the currency; Donna A. Tanoue, chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.; and Ellen S. Seidman, director of the Office of Thrift Supervision.

Ten industry representatives are scheduled to testify Thursday, including Robert W. Gillespie, chairman and chief executive of KeyCorp; Michael E. Patterson, vice chairman of J.P. Morgan & Co.; and James D. Ericson, president and CEO of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.

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