Hall, Alison
July 2010
Corporate Meetings & Incentives;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p27
Trade Publication
An interview with Todd Buchholz, associate director for economic policy in White House, Washington D. C., is presented. When asked about the financial reform bill being the largest regulatory overhaul of financial system, he refers to its coverage from chief executive officer (CEO) compensation to credit card interest rates. He stresses the possible impact of the reform on insurance companies. He also states on the impact of post-reform era on insurance and financial services company meetings.


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