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CEOs Gather at White House
Some of the most influential executives in the financial industry were meeting at the White House on Wednesday, as concerns mount over the debt-ceiling deadline.

Jamie Dimon, Chase Bank, Rich Edson, JPM, JPMorgan Chase

Here’s a look at the 15 financial-services executives meeting with President Obama at the White House.

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Robert Benmosche, AIG

Robert Benmosche, President and CEO, AIG

Benmosche has served as CEO of AIG since 2009. He was awarded $10.5 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs, GS

Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Blankfein began his tenure as CEO of Goldman Sachs in 2006. He was awarded $21 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Michael Corbat

Michael Corbat, CEO, Citigroup

Corbat has served as CEO of Citigroup since 2012. He was awarded $11.5 million in total compensation in his first year.

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Testifies

Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.

Dimon has served as CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase since Dec. 31, 2005. He was awarded $18.7 million in total compensation in 2012.

“I would love to see resolution, solutions that are good for America, good for jobs and good for growth, and I think everyone in this group would say the same thing,” Dimon told FBN’s Rich Edson before the White House meeting.

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Douglas Flint, HSBC

Douglas Flint, Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc

Flint has served as Chairman of HSBC since 2011.

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James Gorman

James P. Gorman, Chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley

Gorman has served as CEO of Morgan Stanley since 2010. He was awarded $9.75 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Gerald Hassell

Gerald L. Hassell, Chairman and CEO, BNY Mellon

Hassell has served as CEO of BNY Mellon since 2011. He was awarded $13.8 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Jay Hooley

Jay Hooley, Chairman, President, and CEO, State Street Corporation

Hooley has served as CEO of State Street since 2010. He was awarded $15.6 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank

Anshu Jain, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank

Jain has served as co-CEO of Deutsche Bank since 2011. He was awarded €4.8 million, or about $6.5 million based on current exchange rates, in total compensation in 2012.

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Brian Moynihan, Bank of America CEO, BofA CEO

Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America

Moynihan has served as CEO of Bank of America since 2010. He was awarded $12 million in total compensation in 2012.

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Rob Nichols

Rob Nichols, President and CEO, Financial Services Forum

Nichols has been CEO of Financial Services Forum since 2005. Financial Services Forum is a policy group focusing on financial and economic issues. Its membership is comprised of 20 CEOs, many of whom are attending the meeting with President Obama.

Abigail Johnson

Abigail Johnson, President, Fidelity Financial Services

Johnson, the daughter of Fidelity Investments Chairman Ned Johnson, has served as President of Fidelity Financial Services since 2012. Forbes estimates her net worth is $17.2 billion.

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John Rogers

John Rogers, Executive Vice President, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Rogers has served as Executive Vice President of Goldman Sachs since 2011. He previously held several positions in the federal government before joining Goldman Sachs in 1994.  

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Keith Sherin

Keith Sherin, Chairman and CEO, GE Capital

Sherin has served as CEO of GE Capital since 2013. He was awarded $20.1 million in total compensation in 2012.

John Stumpf

John Stumpf, Chairman, President, and CEO, Wells Fargo & Company

Stumpf has served as CEO of Wells Fargo since 2007. He was awarded $19.8 million in total compensation in 2012.

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CEOs Gather at White House

Some of the most influential executives in the financial industry were meeting at the White House on Wednesday, as concerns mount over the debt-ceiling deadline.

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