Oversight of Efforts to Reform Export-Import Bank of the United States

Hearing Date: April 15, 2015 10:00 am 2154 Rayburn House Office Build

House Financial Services Subcommittee on Monetary Policyand Trade, and Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Health Care, Benefits, and Administrative Rules, will examine Export–Import Bank reforms including the 2012 reauthorization report, during a hearing on Wednesday, April 15, at 10 am.

“The Export-Import Bank has long been broken and it is our responsibility to closely examine its future viability. Another year has passed and once again Ex-Im has failed to implement necessary reforms to eliminate waste, fraud and abuse. During the hearing, we’ll closely review Ex-Im’s repeated failures in basic transparency and accountability to both Congress and hardworking taxpayers. A continuation along the current course poses far too much risk for our economy and taxpayers  which we simply cannot allow.” – Chairmen Hensarling, Chaffetz, Huizenga, and Jordan.

Witnesses and testimonies

Name Title Organization Panel Document
Michael T. McCarthy Acting Inspector General Office of Inspector General, Export-Import Bank of the United States Document
Mark S. Thorum Assistant Inspector General for Inspections and Evaluations Office of Inspector General, Export-Import Bank of the United States
Nathan Sheets Undersecretary for International Affairs U.S. Department of Treasury Document
Fred P. Hochberg Chairman and President Export-Import Bank of the United States Document
Kimberly M. Gianopoulos Director of Advocacy International Affairs and Trade Team, Government Accountability Office Document

Related Documents

Name Document
Export-Import Bank Financial Exposure Document
Export-Import Transparency Questions Document
Transcript Document