Most of the action this week will be in the House Financial Services Committee, where Chairman Barney Frank, D-Mass., will continue marking up new financial regulatory legislation. The Senate Banking Committee has exactly zero banking-related events scheduled, and the Treasury Department is off the hook for reg reform deadlines for the moment.
At 3pm, Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo will give a talk on incentives in bankers’ pay, as part of a conference on executive compensation at the University of Maryland Smith School of Business Center on Financial Policy in Washington.
At 9:30am the Financial Services Committee will resume its markup of new legislation for financial regulation. The committee expects to deal with investor protection and federal insurance oversight on Tuesday.
Elsewhere, Assistant Treasury Secretary Michael Barr will appear at the Brookings Institution to talk about regulatory reform.
Financial services will begin marking up its bill on systemic risk regulation and prudential supervision for banks.