MONDAY, May 8

* The Capital Markets Conference, sponsored by the BAI Foundation, will be held at the Guest Quarter Suites in New York City today and tomorrow. For more information call 212-719-1600 or 800-224-9889. Fax registration to 312-683-2373.

Program fee: $975

BAI Member Fee: $695 TUESDAY, May 9

The Federal Housing Finance Board will presents the 1995 Community Partnership Awards to 12 financial institutions to recognize their achievements in community development. Park Hyatt Hotel, 1201 24th St. NW, Washington, at 5 p.m. Call 202-408-2546.

* The House Banking Committee begins consideration of Chairman Jim Leach's financial industry modernization bill. Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2128, at 10 a.m.

* John Weicher, senior fellow Hudson Institute, addresses the National Economists Club on the future of the Department of Housing and Urban Development at noon at the Madison Building, Library of Congress, 101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington. Call 703-532-9048. WEDNESDAY, May 10

* The Federal Reserve Board releases the Beige Book, its periodic review of the economic condition of the country. Noon at the Federal Reserve, 20th and C Streets NW, Washington. Call 202-452-3204. THURSDAY, May 11

* Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Ricki Helfer address attendees at the Chicago Fed's annual conference on bank structure and competition at 8:40 and 12:05, respectively. Westin Hotel, 909 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. Call 312-322- 5114.

* Comptroller Eugene Ludwig speaks on safety and soundness issues at the Texas Bankers Association annual convention at 9 a.m., Marriott River Center Hotel, San Antonio. Call 512-472-8388. FRIDAY, May 12

* The chief executive officers of Mellon Bank Corp., Northern Trust Corp., and Keycorp address the future of banking as the Chicago Fed wraps up its conference at 11:55 a.m. at the Westin Hotel, 909 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. Call 312-322-5114.

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