4/19: NEC/SGE w/Candida Wolff, Citigroup

  • 19 Apr 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Chinatown Garden, 618 H St NW Washington DC (Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown)


  • Members of SGE, NABE and certain other groups
  • This category of registration is for our larger institutional members only for registration. Regular members of NEC please use the MEMBER category to register.
  • Current Students with ID at the door
  • Registrant is a current member of the NEC.

Registration is closed

Candida Wolff

Executive Vice President
Global Government Affairs

In her presentation, Ms Wolff will discuss the status of the federal elections and implications for the banking industry.  She will also provide an update on the regulatory reforms impacting the banking industry.

At Citigroup, Ms. Wolff is responsible for the company’s government affairs globally, including U.S. Federal and State government relations and international government relations.  

Prior to joining Citigroup in May 2011, Ms. Wolff was a partner in the Legislative and Policy Practice at the law firm of Hogan Lovells where she represented clients in legislative matters before the Congress and the Administration.

Ms. Wolff has more than 20 years of government relations experience in key public and private sector positions.  Most notably from January 2005 to December 2007, Ms. Wolff served in the White House as the Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs.

Note:  Registration is open through Wednesday, 4-18-12.  Anyone desiring to attend after this date will just walk in at the door, but cannot be guaranteed the lunch will be available.  (Please wait to check in until all prepaid or reserved people have checked in for seating) 

Press:  Please email :info@national-economists.org with your attendance status and the date of attendance. It will be assumed that lunch is NOT requested.   If lunch is requested, please contact me in advance, prior to the date of the event, for registration and payment instructions.
Credit Card payment is non refundable but you may substitute someone in your place for attendance.