The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission has lined up a three-day series of hearings next week with a strong emphasis on Citigroup Inc. that features a slew of current and former bank executives and regulators.
The focus of the hearings is on subprime lending, securitization and the government-sponsored enterprises.
On Wednesday, the commission has scheduled former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan to testify on the Federal Reserve System, followed by a panel focused on subprime origination and securitization featuring several former Citi employees.
The afternoon will be rounded out with a session on Citi subprime-related structured products and risk management that also features former Citi officials.
On Thursday, the commission is scheduled to hear from Chuck Prince, Citi's former chairman and chief executive, and Robert Rubin, a former Citi chairman of the executive committee of the board of directors and Treasury Secretary.
The next panel that day turns to regulators including Comptroller of the Currency John Dugan and former Comptroller John Hawke Jr.
On Friday, the focus shifts to the GSEs and features Robert Levin, the former executive vice president and chief business officer of Fannie Mae along with Daniel Mudd, Fannie's former president and CEO.The next panel examines the GSEs' former regulator, the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, with two of its former directors, Armando Falcon Jr. and James Lockhart.