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Saturday, October 29, 2011

#Occupywallstreet alternative banking group in NYC Sunday | Angry Bear - Financial and Economic Commentary

#Occupywallstreet alternative banking group in NYC Sunday | Angry Bear - Financial and Economic Commentary

#Occupywallstreet alternative banking group in NYC Sunday

Posted by Dan Crawford (Rdan) | 10/29/2011 12:27:00 PM

Yves points us to #OccupyWallStreet Alternative Banking Working Group Meeting in NYC Sunday @ 3 PM -

The New York City General Assembly website has a section for a recently-formed Alternative Banking group, which has started meeting on Sundays from 3:00 to 5:00 PM. You can read the notes from last week’s session here. Despite the title, this is NOT about moving your money. An alternative economics committee had already started on that effort and the alternative banking committee agreed to let them run with that ball. Although this group is still in the process of deciding what it is about, it appears to be moving towards making fundamental, wide-ranging critiques and proposals.
Reader rjs suggest that "Anyone is welcome, and the group would particularly benefit from the input of people with capital markets, regulatory, and wholesale banking expertise. The group already has some members with relevant experience (SEC, major hedge fund, investment banking) but more depth would be of great benefit. Please sign up at the NYCAG webpage to find the meeting location. There is also a dial in number if you are not in NYC and would still like to take part."

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