WASHINGTON (9/21/09)--The House Financial Services Committee last week announced a series of hearings on regulatory reform, with the first of many hearings being held on the morning of Wednesday, September 23. The first hearing, during which the full Committee will address the Obama Administration’s proposals for financial regulatory reform, will take place in the Rayburn House Office Building. The Committee will also discuss financial regulator’s perspectives on regulatory reform early that afternoon. The Committee also announced a hearing to address oversight and audit issues at the Federal Reserve, scheduled for this Friday morning. The Committee will again discuss the Consumer Financial Protection Agency on Wednesday, September 30, with the Capital Markets Subcommittee holding a hearing on credit ratings agencies later in the day. Witness lists and prepared statements were not available at press time.