Marine Links Tim Pawlenty to Libor British Bankers and the Obama Identity Thefts
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Tim Pawlenty’s new gig as CEO of The Financial Services Roundtable to the British Bankers’ Association’s $800 trillion Libor fraud and the identity thefts which put Barry Obama, a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies, into the White House.
Marked attention Tim Pawlenty, this post is copied to Anne Wallace (email@example.com), the senior director for consumer financial services, The Financial Services Roundtable, and the president of the Identity Theft Assistance Corporation, so that McConnell can offer Abel Danger’s help to the Roundtable in exposing Obama identity thefts before November 4.
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“WSJ .. By ALAN ZIBEL And VICTORIA MCGRANE Tim Pawlenty, a top Mitt Romney backer and onetime presidential hopeful, will lead a major Wall Street lobbying group, giving up the chance for an administration position if Mr. Romney is elected president. The 51-year-old Republican former governor of Minnesota will become chief executive of the Financial Services Roundtable effective Nov. 1, the group said Thursday. He succeeds Steve Bartlett, the former Dallas mayor and Texas congressman who announced plans to retire earlier this year. Mr. Pawlenty said that as a condition of his hiring he agreed to resign his post as national co-chairman of the Romney campaign and not to serve in the administration if Mr. Romney is elected. On the short list to be Mr. Romney’s running mate, Mr. Pawlenty was seen as a candidate for a plum post in a Romney administration. The timing of Mr. Pawlenty’s move led some observers to speculate that he chose to leave Mr. Romney during a difficult time for the campaign. But a friend of Mr. Pawlenty said the former governor had been looking for a private-sector job since abandoning his bid for the White House. Mr. Pawlenty was in talks with the Roundtable for at least four months, said Scott Talbott, the group’s head of government affairs. Mr. Pawlenty will likely raise the profile of the Roundtable, which represents the 100 largest U.S. financial-services companies, including banks like J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup Inc. [Both banks being principals in the $800 trillion British Bankers’ Association’s Libor fraud] The Roundtable is among the industry groups pressing lawmakers to undo or alter parts of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial-overhaul law, a push that will intensify after election season passes.”
“Most of the bailout companies were members of [Pawlenty’s] Financial Services Roundtable Obama’s fundraiser was referred to as the Barack Obama fund-raising roundtable, 7/2/2008. You will also find the Business Roundtable members around the Federal Reserve and the bailout companies.”
“ITAC TESTIFIES ON THE ROLE OF CREDIT REPORTING AND IDENTITY THEFT AT CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU HEARING DETROIT, MI, July 16, 2012 – ITAC, the Identity Theft Assistance Center, ITAC, testified today that it has helped more than 110,000 consumers recover from identity theft, including 2850 consumers from Michigan, at a field hearing on credit reporting held by the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CPFB). ITAC uses credit reports as part of recovery process. ITAC President Anne Wallace, who also serves as senior director of consumer financial services at The Financial Services Roundtable, testified that ITAC Victim Assistance® “provides a helping hand and peace of mind at a time when consumers need it most.” Financial services companies that belong to ITAC offer it as a free service to their customers.”
“Elise Brooks, The Financial Services Roundtable, (202) 589-2427 Barclays Partners with The Financial Services Roundtable to Revitalize Bronx Park Bronx, New York—July 13, 2012—Today, approximately 200 Barclays employees revitalized Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx, New York. The volunteers worked to beautify the 3,000 acre Pelham Bay Park/Orchard Beach by cleaning the marshlands and shoreline, spreading mulch around the gardens and painting benches throughout the park. Tara Udut, Head of Campus Recruitment Americas, Barclays, Marianne Anderson, Administrator, Pelham Park Bay and Orchard Beach, and Gary Bagley, Executive Director, New York Cares, kicked off the day with an opening ceremony at Orchard Beach Pavilion at Pelham Bay Park. This event is part of a larger Barclays volunteer initiative where approximately 500 summer analysts and associates contribute to the community by revitalizing local parks and schools throughout the summer. Most recently, on July 6, 300 Barclays associates worked to revitalize Saratoga Park and P.S. 5 K in Brooklyn, New York. This is Barclays sixth year participating in the Roundtable’s community service initiative, and the third year New York Cares has helped to coordinate this effort. http://www.fsround.org/fsr/media_center/media_center.asp ”
“WASHINGTON—September 11, 2012 [testimony given while DOJ Pride’s same sex trusties were filming the gang rape of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens] —Steve Bartlett, president and CEO of The Financial Services Roundtable testified today at the House Committee on Financial Services, Subcommittee on Insurance and Housing and Community Opportunity hearing, “TRIA at Ten Years: The Future of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program.” Bartlett urged reauthorization of the Act, “TRIA must be reauthorized because it makes terrorism risk insurance accessible. It provides an orderly mechanism through which terrorism losses are absorbed by the private sector, and because it helps support the economy when we as a country are attacked.” “It is important to remember, the ultimate target of a terrorist attack is likely not a business or particular building. Rather, it is the government and population of the United States. If future attacks do occur, we, as a country, must respond to support our citizens and businesses. TRIA acknowledges this by ensuring that the U.S. response is one that supports its people and its economy by providing a mechanism in which such unpredictable losses can be underwritten and absorbed by the private sector.” The Financial Services Roundtable represents 100 of the largest integrated financial services companies providing banking, insurance, and investment products and services to the American consumer. Member companies participate through the Chief Executive Officer and other senior executives nominated by the CEO. Roundtable member companies provide fuel for America’s economic engine, accounting directly for $92.7 trillion in managed assets, $1.2 trillion in revenue, and 2.3 million jobs.”
“Anne Wallace is senior director for consumer financial services, The Financial Services Roundtable, and president of the Identity Theft Assistance Corporation, a nonprofit corporation that operates ITAC, the Identity Theft Assistance Center. In her role as senior director, Ms. Wallace is the Roundtable’s liaison with the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB), established by Congress in 2010 under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. .. She began her legal career with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board where she served as assistant director of the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs and implemented key consumer credit laws including the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Previously, Ms. Wallace pioneered the financial services privacy consulting practice at KPMG Consulting [which partnered Obama’s same sex associates at Sidley Austin and Cisco in the identity thefts by the al-Qaeda agents participating in the bogus continuity of government exercise on 9/11]. Ms. Wallace also served as legal advisor to the U S. Treasury Department’s initiative to convert the federal government’s paper-based collections and disbursements to electronic funds transfers [which the British Bankers used to manipulate stolen virtual identities for the Libor scam in re leveraged lease of Twin Towers and WTC#7]. A graduate of Boston University Law School and Fordham University, Ms. Wallace also is a member of Banking and Consumer Financial Services Committees of the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section and a member of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org”
More to follow.