Scott Talbott

Financial Services Roundtable

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Senior Vice President for Government Affairs at the Financial Services Roundtable, a lobbying organization that represents some of America's biggest banks

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With  Republican convention  planners looking over their shoulders in case Hurricane Isaac requires a change in the schedule, the " parallel convention " goes on, with elected…

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With  Republican convention  planners looking over their shoulders in case Hurricane Isaac requires a change in the schedule, the " parallel convention " goes on, with elected…

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