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Staffing Changes Afoot at the Fed

January 6, 2015, The Wall Street Journal

Covington's Edward Yingling is quoted in this article regarding former community banker Allan Landon being nominated to the Fed’s Board of Governors by President Obama.

"The Landon nomination will be subject to Senate confirmation. Edward Yingling, a lawyer with Covington & Burling and former CEO of the American Bankers Association, gave Mr. Landon “excellent” odds in his confirmation process, in part because so many lawmakers support having a community banker on the Fed board. “He’s known as a solid banker; I would think he would be in good shape for confirmation,” Mr. Yingling said."

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