2004 Regulatory Reform Summit
A reception and dinner kicked off the Regulatory Reform Summit at the Hotel Sofitel Tuesday, Feb. 10 in Washington D.C. The two-day event - sponsored by Networks - was designed to bring together policymakers, industry executives, government relations leaders and others for a discussion of key issues regarding reforms of financial services.

Attending the kickoff dinner and offering welcoming comments was Indiana State University President Lloyd W. Benjamin III, while U.S. Senator John Sununu (R-NH) delivered the keynote address.

Policymakers, industry executives, government relations leaders and others gathered for the Regulatory Reform Summit at the Ronald Reagan Center in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Feb. 11. The event - sponsored by Networks - was an opportunity for leading figures in financial services to discuss key issues regarding reform of financial services regulations in Washington.

Among those taking part in the summit were U.S. Rep. Richard Baker; former U.S. Rep. Rick Lazio, CEO Financial Services Forum; and Wayne Abernathy, assistant secretary of Financial Institutions, Department of the Treasury.
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