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BANKING COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN DODD NAMES HOLLINGSWORTH DEPUTY STAFF DIRECTOR AND SENIOR POLICY ADVISOR

Washington, D.C.
December 17, 2007

– Senator Chris Dodd, D-Ct., Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, has named Roger Hollingsworth as Deputy Staff Director and Senior Policy Advisor for the Committee. “Roger brings a wealth of knowledge, judgment and experience to the Committee,” said Dodd. “His experience in both the Senate and private sector will be an asset as the Committee continues to tackle important issues facing our nation. I appreciate his willingness to serve in this important position.” Hollingsworth, 35, returned to Capitol Hill in January, when he joined the staff of Committee Chairman Chris Dodd as senior advisor. Before returning to the Committee, Hollingsworth had spent the past several years serving as vice president and director of federal government affairs at the then-SIA (Securities Industry Association, now SIFMA). In his previous stint on the Hill, he served as Legislative Director and Senior Banking Committee Aide for former New Jersey Senator Jon Corzine, and as Legislative Assistant for Senator Charles Schumer of New York.