Location: Dirksen Senate Office Building
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The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations held a two-day hearing, “Wall Street Bank Involvement With Physical Commodities,” on Thursday, November 20 and Friday, November 21, 2014.
After a two-year bipartisan investigation, the subcommittee held hearings examining the extent to which banks and their holding companies own physical commodities like oil, natural gas, aluminum and other industrial metals, as well as own or control businesses like power plants, oil and gas pipelines, and commodity warehouses.
The hearing began on both days at 9:30 a.m. in Room 106 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building.
REPORT: Wall Street Bank Involvement With Physical CommoditiesREPORT: Wall Street Involvement With Physical Commodities (3.99 MB)
EXHIBITS: Part 1 of 4, Exhibits 1-24Exhibits 1-24 (39.92 MB)
EXHIBITS: Part 2 of 4, Exhibits 25-44Exhibits 25-44 (37.61 MB)
EXHIBITS: Part 3 of 4, Exhibits 45-63Exhibits 45-63 (45.1 MB)
EXHIBITS: Part 4 of 4, Exhibits 64-99Exhibits 64-99 (55.44 MB)
CHRISTOPHER WIBBELMANDownload Testimony (17.7 KB)President and Chief Executive OfficerMetro International Trade Services LLCAllen Park, MI
JACQUES GABILLONDownload Testimony (21.3 KB)Head of the Global Commodities Principal Investments GroupGoldman Sachs & Co.London, England
JORGE VAZQUEZDownload Testimony (899.6 KB)Founder and Managing DirectorHarbor Aluminum Intelligence Unit, LLCAustin, TX
NICK MADDENDownload Testimony (7.5 MB)Senior Vice President and Chief Supply Chain OfficerNovelis Inc.Atlanta, GA
SIMON GREENSHIELDSDownload Testimony (32 KB)Global Co-Head of CommoditiesMorgan StanleyNew York, NY
GREGORY A. AGRANDownload Testimony (16.7 KB)Co-Head of Global Commodities GroupGoldman Sachs & Co.New York, NY
JOHN ANDERSONDownload Testimony (19.4 KB)Co-Head of Global CommoditiesJPMorgan Chase & Co.New York, NY