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IRAQ UN OIL
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August 09, 2004 
Committee members Justice Richard Goldstone (R), of South Africa, and Professor Mark Pieth (L), of Switzerland... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Committee members Justice Goldstone and Professor Pieth talk during U.N. oil for food program inquiry.... 
Committee members Justice Richard Goldstone (R), of South Africa, and Professor Mark Pieth (L), of Switzerland talk during a news conference held by the Independent Inquiry into the United Nations Oil for Food Program, August 9, 2004 in New York. The independent inquiry into corruption in the now-defunct U.N. oil-for-food program in Iraq is under way, chaired by former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker. REUTERS/Henny Ray Abrams HRA 
UN VOLKER
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August 08, 2004 
Paul Volcker releases his third interim report on the investigation of the UN Oil-for-Food programme... 
New York, United Kingdom 
Paul Volcker releases his third interim report on the investigation of the UN Oil-for-Food programme... 
Paul Volcker releases his third interim report on the investigation of the UN Oil-for-Food programme in New York. Paul Volcker releases his third interim report on the investigation of the UN Oil-for-Food programme in New York August 8, 2004. The U.N.-established Independent Inquiry Committee, led by Volcker, the former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, recommended U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan waive immunity for "purposes of criminal investigation" of Benon Sevan, former head of the U.N. Oil-for-food programme. Sevan was accused on Monday of getting nearly $150,000 in kickbacks funnelled to him by a relative of former U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali. REUTERS/Chip East 
RUMSFELD
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June 03, 2003 
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld talks to reporters, with Paul
Volcker of the National Commission... 
Washington, United States of America 
US SECRETARY OF DEFENSE RUMSFELD SPEAKS ABOUT CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. 
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld talks to reporters, with Paul
Volcker of the National Commission on Public Service (R), at the
National Press Club in Washington, June 3, 2003. Rumsfeld spoke about
the need to change the personnel process in the Department of Defense.
REUTERS/William Philpott

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VOLCKER HOLOCAUST BANK CLAIMS
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June 10, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker speaks on a news conference in
Zurich June 10, 2002. A... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER ADDRESSES THE MEDIA ON SWISS HOLOCAUST BANK CLAIMS
IN ZURICH. 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker speaks on a news conference in
Zurich June 10, 2002. A tribunal set up to review some 32,000 claims related
to Swiss bank accounts held by Holocaust victims will speed up the process
by requiring less evidence, Volcker said. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher

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VOLCKER HOLOCAUST BANK CLAIMS
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June 10, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker speaks on a news conference in
Zurich June 10, 2002. A... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER ADDRESSES THE MEDIA ON SWISS HOLOCAUST BANK CLAIMS
IN ZURICH. 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker speaks on a news conference in
Zurich June 10, 2002. A tribunal set up to review some 32,000 claims related
to Swiss bank accounts held by Holocaust victims will speed up the process
by requiring less evidence, Volcker said. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher

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VOLCKER
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March 29, 2002 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters at a news conference March 29,... 
New York, USA 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters at a news conference March 29,..... 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters at a news conference March 29, 2002 in New York City. [Volcker, who is chairman of an independent oversight board for the Arthur Andersen accounting firm, told reporters that Andersen will back away from its consulting business and focus on auditing as it fights a criminal indictment over audits that failed to flag the looming collapse of energy trader Enron Corp.] 
FINANCIAL ANDERSEN
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March 29, 2002 
C. E. Andrews (L), head of Arthur Andersen's worldwide audit practice, talks
to reporters about plans... 
New York, United States of America 
ARTHUR ANDERSEN OFFICIAL CE ANDREWS TALKS ABOUT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT
BOARD. 
C. E. Andrews (L), head of Arthur Andersen's worldwide audit practice, talks
to reporters about plans to reform the accounting firm, March 29, 2002 in
New York City. Andrews and Larry Rieger, (R) another senior audit partner,
will lead Andersen's efforts to make reforms under a rescue plan developed
by former chairman of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volcker (C). REUTERS/Jeff
Christensen

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FINANCIAL ANDERSEN
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March 29, 2002 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters
at a news conference March 29,... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER TALKS TO MEDIA ABOUT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT BOARD. 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters
at a news conference March 29, 2002 in New York City. Volcker, who is
chairman of an independent oversight board for the Arthur Andersen
accounting firm, told reporters that Andersen will back away from its
consulting business and focus on auditing as it fights a criminal
indictment over audits that failed to flag the looming collapse of
energy trader Enron Corp. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC/SV 
FINANCIAL ANDERSEN VOLCKER
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February 27, 2002 
Charles Bowsher (L), former Comptroller General of the U.S., and P. Roy
Vagelos retired chairman and... 
New York, United States of America 
CHARLES BOWSHER AND P. ROY VAGELOS AT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT BOARD NEWS
CONFERENCE. 
Charles Bowsher (L), former Comptroller General of the U.S., and P. Roy
Vagelos retired chairman and and chief executive of the drug company
Merck & Company, talk to each other before a news conference February
27, 2002 in New York City. Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal
Reserve, who is chairman of the independent oversight board for the
Arthur Andersen accounting firm, named Bowsher and Vagelos as new
members to the board. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

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FINANCIAL ANDERSEN VOLCKER
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February 27, 2002 
Charles Bowsher, former Comptroller General of the U.S., talks to
reporters at a news conference February... 
New York, United States of America 
CHARLES BOWSHER TALKS TO REPORTERS ABOUT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT BOARD. 
Charles Bowsher, former Comptroller General of the U.S., talks to
reporters at a news conference February 27, 2002 in New York City.
Bowsher, was named to the independent oversight board for the Arthur
Andersen accounting firm by former Federal Reserve chairman Paul
Volcker at the news conference. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC 
FINANCIAL ANDERSEN VOLCKER
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February 27, 2002 
P. Roy Vagelos, retired chairman and chief executive of the drug
company Merck & Company, talks to reporters... 
New York, United States of America 
P. ROY VAGELOS TALKS TO REPORTERS ABOUT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT BOARD. 
P. Roy Vagelos, retired chairman and chief executive of the drug
company Merck & Company, talks to reporters at a news conference
February 27, 2002 in New York City. Vagelos was named to the
independent oversight board for the Arthur Andersen accounting firm by
former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker at the news conference.
REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC 
FINANCIAL ANDERSEN VOLCKER
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February 27, 2002 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters
at a news conference February... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER TALKS TO MEDIA ABOUT ANDERSEN OVERSIGHT BOARD. 
Paul Volcker, former chairman the Federal Reserve, talks to reporters
at a news conference February 27, 2002 in New York City. Volcker, who
is chairman of the independent oversight board for the Arthur Andersen
accounting firm, named two new members to the board. Volcker has named
Charles Bowsher, former Comptroller General of the U.S. and P. Roy
Vagelos, retired chairman and and chief executive of the drug company
Merck & Company. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC 
ENRON ANDERSEN VOLCKER
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February 03, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volcker (R) joins Joseph
F. Berardino, managing partner... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER WITH ANDERSEN CEO BERARDINO AT WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM. 
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volcker (R) joins Joseph
F. Berardino, managing partner and CEO of Arthur Andersen LLP, prior to
a news conference in New York, February 3, 2002. Volcker was introduced
as chair of a new independent oversight board to work with Andersen in
making fundamental changes to their auditing practices. REUTERS/Brian
Snyder

RFS/HK/SV 
ENRON ANDERSEN VOLKER
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February 03, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volker listens to a
question at a news conference in New... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER TO CHAIR INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT BOARD FOR ANDERSEN. 
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volker listens to a
question at a news conference in New York, February 3, 2002, where he
was introduced as chair of a new independent oversight board to work
with Arthur Andersen LLP in making fundamental changes to their
auditing practices. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

RFS/HK 
ENRON ANDERSEN VOLKER
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February 03, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volker (L) watches as
Joseph F. Berardino, managing partner... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER TO CHAIR INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT BOARD FOR ANDERSEN. 
Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volker (L) watches as
Joseph F. Berardino, managing partner and CEO of Arthur Andersen LLP,
speaks at a news conference in New York, February 3, 2002. Volker was
introduced as chair of a new independent oversight board to work with
Arthur Andersen LLP in making fundamental changes to their auditing
practices. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

RFS/HK 
ENRON ANDERSEN VOLKER
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February 03, 2002 
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volker answers questions
at a news conference in New York,... 
New York, United States of America 
PAUL VOLCKER TO CHAIR INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT BOARD FOR ANDERSEN. 
Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul A. Volker answers questions
at a news conference in New York, February 3, 2002, where he was
introduced as chair of on new independent oversight board (IOB) to work
with Arthur Andersen LLP in making fundamental changes to their
auditing practices. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

RFS/HK 
INDONESIA
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February 17, 2001 
Four foreign advisers (L-R) Japanese Naguo Matsunaga, Ulrick Cartellieri from Germany, Former U.S central... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
FOUR FOREIGN ADVISERS MEET WITH INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID. 
Four foreign advisers (L-R) Japanese Naguo Matsunaga, Ulrick Cartellieri from Germany, Former U.S central banker Paul Volcker and Singapore's Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew meet with Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (R) in Jakarta on February 17, 2001. Wahid has summoned the advisers for talks on ways to help mend Indonesia's broken economy. The visit comes amid mounting political tension in the country which analysts say is further eroding chances of economic recovery.

PRI/CC 
ECONOMY INDONESIA ADVISERS
RTREFCL 
February 17, 2001 
Former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker (L) and the treasurer of Germany's Christian... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
PROMINENT FOREIGN ADVISERS TO INDONESIAN PRESIDENT WAHID GIVE A NEWS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA. 
Former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker (L) and the treasurer of Germany's Christian Democrats Ulrich Cartellieri (R), two advisors to Indonesia's embattled president, flank Indonesian Chief Economics Minister Rizal Ramli before a news conference after meeting with President Abdurrahman Wahid in Jakarta on February 17, 2001. Four prominent foreign advisers to Wahid on Saturday underlined what has been starkly obvious for a long time - the country faces huge problems and needs to stay friends with a major donor.

PRI/JD 
ECONOMY INDONESIA ADVISERS
RTREFCD 
February 17, 2001 
Singapore Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew (C) and former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
FOUR PROMINENT FOREIGN ADVISERS TO INDONESIAN PRESIDENT WAHID AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN JAKARTA. 
Singapore Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew (C) and former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker (L), two advisors to Indonesia's embattled president, speak at a news conference in Jakarta February 17, 2001, while Indonesia's chief economics minister Rizal Ramli looks on. Four prominent foreign advisers to President Abdurrahman Wahid on Saturday underlined what has been starkly obvious for a long time - the country faces huge problems and needs to stay friends with a major donor.

PRI/JD 
INDONESIA
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February 17, 2001 
Four foreign advisers (L-R) Japanese Naguo Matsunaga, Ulrick Cartellieri from Germany, Former U.S central... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
FOUR FOREIGN ADVISERS MEET WITH INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID. 
Four foreign advisers (L-R) Japanese Naguo Matsunaga, Ulrick Cartellieri from Germany, Former U.S central banker Paul Volcker and Singapore's Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew meet with Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (not shown) in Jakarta on February 17, 2001. Wahid has summoned the advisers for talks on ways to help mend Indonesia's broken economy. The visit comes amid mounting political tension in the country which analysts say is further eroding chances of economic recovery.

PRI/CC 
INDONESIA
RTREF8S 
February 17, 2001 
Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (R) greets former U.S. central banker Paul Volcker (L) at a meeting... 
Jakarta, Indonesia - Republic of 
INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID GREETS FORMER U.S. CENTRAL BANKER PAUL VOLCKER IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid (R) greets former U.S. central banker Paul Volcker (L) at a meeting in Jakarta on February 17, 2001. Volcker is among several foreign advisers Wahid has summoned for talks at the weekend on ways to help mend Indonesia's broken economy. The visit comes amid mounting political tension in the country which analysts say is further eroding chances of economic recovery.

PRI/CC 
FINANCIAL JAPAN LTCB
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March 03, 2000 
Former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker, who was named as a senior adviser for the new... 
Tokyo, Japan 
LONG-TERM CREDIT BANK'S NEW SENIOR ADVISER VOLCKER SPEAK TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO. 
Former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul Volcker, who was named as a senior adviser for the new Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan ( LTCB), listens to reporters' questions during a news conference at LTCB headquarters in Tokyo March 3. Delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange after collapsing over bad loans, LTCB was sold to a consortium led by U.S. investment group Ripplewood Holdings.

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FINANCIAL JAPAN LTCB
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March 03, 2000 
The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan's (LTCB ) new Chairman and CEO Masamoto Yashiro (L), and former U.S.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
LONG-TERM CREDIT BANK'S NEW CHAIRMAN YASHIRO AND ADVISER VOLCKER SPEAK TO REPORTERS IN TOKYO. 
The Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan's (LTCB ) new Chairman and CEO Masamoto Yashiro (L), and former U.S. Federal Reserve Board chairman Paul A. Volcker, named as a senior adviser for LTCB, speak to reporters at a news conference at LTCB headquarters in Tokyo March 3. Yashiro said that he aims to list shares of the fallen giant in three to five years. Delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange after collapsing over bad loans, LTCB was sold to a consortium led by U.S. investment group Ripplewood Holdings.

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HOLOCAUST SWISS
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February 23, 2000 
Former U.S. central banker Paul Volcker gestures while answering journalists' questons in Zurich February... 
Zuerich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
FORMER U.S. CENTRAL BANKER PAUL VOLCKER ANSWERS JOURNALISTS QUESTIONS IN ZURICH. 
Former U.S. central banker Paul Volcker gestures while answering journalists' questons in Zurich February 23, after the final session of the independent panel that probed whether Swiss banks had hoarded Holocaust victims wealth. The panel headed by Volcker disbanded with a final appeal to match long-dormant bank accounts to their rightful owners.

MUE/MR/AA 
VOLCKER
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich D..... 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth, said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
VOLCKER
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gives a news conference in Zurich December 6. A... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gives a news conference in Zurich December 6. ..... 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gives a news conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
VOLCKER
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich D..... 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.
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HOLOCAUST SWISS REPORT
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gives a news conference in Zurich December 6. A... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
PAUL VOLCKER GIVES A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gives a news conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.

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HOLOCAUST SWISS REPORT
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
PAUL VOLCKER GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.

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HOLOCAUST SWISS REPORT
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December 06, 1999 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December... 
Zurich, Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) 
PAUL VOLCKER GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE. 
Paul Volcker, a former U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December 6. A panel headed by Volcker that spent three years investigating whether Swiss banks hoarded Holocaust victims unclaimed wealth, said on Monday it had identified nearly 54,000 accounts probably or possibly linked to Nazi victims.

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SWISS HOLOCAUST
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January 27, 1999 
Former U.S. central bank governor Paul Volcker, head of a mixed Jewish-Swiss bank commission, gestures... 
Zurich, Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE. 
Former U.S. central bank governor Paul Volcker, head of a mixed Jewish-Swiss bank commission, gestures during a news conference in Zurich January 27. Investigators expect to find 3000 to 15,000 dormant accounts of Holocaust victims among 2.5 million World War Two-era accounts combed in a sweep of Swiss banks. Volcker said his final report on the massive audit, unprecedented in the history of Swiss banking, should be out sometime around mid-1999.

AEM/MR//ME 
HONGKONG TUNG
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January 20, 1999 
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa (L) speaks as Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal... 
Hong Kong, China 
HONG KONG LEADER TUNG HOLDS INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL. 
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa (L) speaks as Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, listens during a high-powered international advisory council meeting in Hong Kong January 20 to help plan the territory's development. The meeting comes just after Hong Kong received another grim reminder of its economic plight since the end of British rule in July 1997, with its unemployment rate hitting a record high.

BY/CC 
HONGKONG TUNG
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January 19, 1999 
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa (front row 2nd L) poses with some members of a council of international... 
Hong Kong, China 
HONG KONG LEADER TUNG CHEE HWA WITH MEMBERS OF COUNCIL OF INTERNATIONAL ADVISERS. 
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa (front row 2nd L) poses with some members of a council of international advisers appointed by the Hong Kong government to advise on the territory's economic development January 19. (Front row from L) Maurice Greenberg, chairman of the American International Group, Tung Chee-hwa, Tasuku Takagaki, chairman of the board of The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ltd, Marten van den Bergh, vice chairman of the managing directors of Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies, (Back row from L) Brian Chau, Hong Kong's Trade and Industry secretary, Christopher B. Galvin, chief executive officer of Motorola Inc, Paul A. Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, Hilmar Kopper, chairman of the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank AG and Hong Kong businessman Edgar Chang.

BY/FY/KM 
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December 16, 1997 
Paul Volcker (R), head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, talks... 
Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER TALKS TO ISRAEL SINGER AFTER NEWS CONFERENCE 
Paul Volcker (R), head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, talks to Israel Singer, Secretary-General of the World Jewish Comgress, shortly after a news conference in Zurich, December 16. Volcker said he was disappointed over the slow progress in tracing those who have dormant accounts in Swiss banks.

VOLCKER COMMISSION 
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December 16, 1997 
Paul Volcker, head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, gestures... 
Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER GESTURES DURING PRESS CONFERENCE IN ZURICH 
Paul Volcker, head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich, December 16. Volcker said he was disappointed about the slow progress in the trace of those who have dormant accounts on Swiss banks.

VOLCKER COMMISSION 
RTR9N2N 
December 16, 1997 
Paul Volcker, head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, gestures... 
Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER GESTURES DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE IN ZURICH 
Paul Volcker, head of the Volcker commission and former U.S. federal reserve bank chairman, gestures during a press conference in Zurich December 16. Volcker said he was disappointed about the slow progress in the trace of those who have dormant accounts on Swiss banks.

VOLCKER COMMISSION 
RTR9FUA 
December 08, 1997 
Paul Volcker, chair of the independent committee auditing dormant Swiss bank accounts, speaks at a conference... 
multiple countries 
PAUL VOLCKER AT NEW YORK SWISS BANKS HOLOCAUST CONFERENCE 
Paul Volcker, chair of the independent committee auditing dormant Swiss bank accounts, speaks at a conference on the Holocaust era accounts in New York December 8. More than 200 public finance officials attended the conference which was organized by New York City Comptroller Alan G. Hevesi. Volcker is former chairman of the United States Federal Reserve Bank.

SWISS-HOLOCAUST 
RTR6DY0 
September 04, 1997 
Former U.S. central bank governor Paul Volcker, head of an independent committee searching Swiss banks... 
Switzerland 
FORMER CENTRAL BANK GOVERNOR PAUL VOLVKER GESTURES 
Former U.S. central bank governor Paul Volcker, head of an independent committee searching Swiss banks for lost accounts, gestures as he addresses a news conference in Zurich, September 4. Volcker told the conference that over 700 claims have been filed so far to 1,756 dormant accounts made public by Swiss banks in July.

SWISS HOLOCAUST 
VOLCKER
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July 23, 1997 
Paul Volcker, President of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons, touches his head during a news... 
Paul Volcker, President of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons, touches his head during a n..... 
Paul Volcker, President of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons, touches his head during a news conference in Zurich, July 23. The Swiss Bankers Association published a list of over 2000 names on dormant accounts opened by foreigners before 1945, including assets left by Jewish Holocaust victims. The Association confirmed that their latest search for pre-1945 accounts that may belong to Holocaust victims had turned up about 11.5 million U.S. dollars more than they had reported last year. 
RTR5MOS 
July 23, 1997 
Paul Volcker, President of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons, touches his head during a news... 
Switzerland 
PAUL VOLCKER AT PRESS CONFERENCE IN ZURICH 
Paul Volcker, President of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons, touches his head during a news conference in Zurich, July 23. The Swiss Bankers Association published a list of over 2000 names on dormant accounts opened by foreigners before 1945, including assets left by Jewish Holocaust victims. The Association confirmed that their latest search for pre-1945 accounts that may belong to Holocaust victims had turned up about 11.5 million U.S. dollars more than they had reported last year.

SWISS LIST 
ISRAEL
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June 03, 1997 
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker (C) talks with Jewish Agency head Avraham Burg (L) while... 
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker (C) talks with Jewish Agency head Avraham Burg (L) w..... 
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker (C) talks with Jewish Agency head Avraham Burg (L) while Canadian Jewish millionaire and World Jewish Congress president Edgar Bronfman adjusts his earphones at the start of the first ever meeting in Israel, held in the Knesset (parliament), of the Volcker Commission June 3. The commission was set up to investigate the question of dormant accounts of Jewish holocaust victims in Swiss banks. 
RTRQ36 
June 03, 1997 
Swiss ambassador to Israel Pierre Monod takes part in the first ever meeting in Israel, held in the Knesset... 
SWISS AMBASSADOR PIERRE MONOD IN JERUSALEM MEETING ON SWISS BANKS 
Swiss ambassador to Israel Pierre Monod takes part in the first ever meeting in Israel, held in the Knesset (parliament), of the Volcker Commission June 3. The commission, headed by Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker was set up to investigate the question of dormant accounts of Jewish holocaust victims in Swiss banks.

ISRAEL SWISS HOLOCAUST 
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June 03, 1997 
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker (C) talks with Jewish Agency head Avraham Burg (L) while... 
PAUL VOLCKER, AVRAHAM BURG AND EDGAR BRONFMAN IN JERUSALEM MEETING 
Former US Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker (C) talks with Jewish Agency head Avraham Burg (L) while Canadian Jewish millionaire and World Jewish Congress president Edgar Bronfman adjusts his earphones at the start of the first ever meeting in Israel, held in the Knesset (parliament), of the Volcker Commission June 3. The commission was set up to investigate the question of dormant accounts of Jewish holocaust victims in Swiss banks.

ISRAEL SWISS HOLOCAUST 
VOLCKER
RTXHPDJ 
January 31, 1997 
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and head of an independent committee... 
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and head of an independent committee..... 
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and head of an independent committee to search for dormant accounts in Swiss banks, addresses a news conference at Zurich airport, January 31. A report issued on Friday by the committee says that Swiss banks declared fewer assets in dormant accounts in 1962 than a more thorough search could have revealed. 
RTR1KRC 
January 31, 1997 
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and head of an independent committee to... 
Switzerland 
FORMER U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK HEAD PAUL VOLCKER 
Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank and head of an independent committee to search for dormant accounts in Swiss banks, addresses a news conference at Zurich airport, January 31. A report issued on Friday by the committee says that Swiss banks declared fewer assets in dormant accounts in 1962 than a more thorough search could have revealed.

SWISS-HOLOCAUST 
VOLCKER
RTXGGCZ 
October 18, 1996 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul A. Volcker gestures during a press conference in Zuerich, October... 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul A. Volcker gestures during a press conference in Zuerich, Octob..... 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul A. Volcker gestures during a press conference in Zuerich, October 18, after a meeting of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons. Volcker heads the committee including Swiss bankers and Jewish group representatives which examines bank records in connection with Holocaust victim accounts. 
VOLCKER
RTXGK0N 
September 13, 1996 
Prominent U.S. banker Paul Volcker pledged at a press cobnference in Zurich, September 13, that a commission... 
Prominent U.S. banker Paul Volcker pledged at a press cobnference in Zurich, September 13, that a co..... 
Prominent U.S. banker Paul Volcker pledged at a press cobnference in Zurich, September 13, that a commission he heads would do its best to search for dormant accounts in Swiss banks left by Holocaust victims, but said the huge task would take time. Volcker, a high-powered New York banker who once headed the Federal Resereve central bank, said he was convinced Jewish groups, Swiss bankers and the Swiss government were dedicated to work together to find the truth. 
RTRLQZ 
September 13, 1996 
Prominent U.S. banker Paul Volcker pledged at a press cobnference in Zurich, September 13, that a commission... 
Switzerland 
U.S. BANKER PAUL VOLCKER AT PRESS CONFERENCE IN ZURICH 
Prominent U.S. banker Paul Volcker pledged at a press cobnference in Zurich, September 13, that a commission he heads would do its best to search for dormant accounts in Swiss banks left by Holocaust victims, but said the huge task would take time. Volcker, a high-powered New York banker who once headed the Federal Resereve central bank, said he was convinced Jewish groups, Swiss bankers and the Swiss government were dedicated to work together to find the truth.

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RTXFACB 
July 21, 1994 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker addresses the Bretton Woods Commission's annual plenary... 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker addresses the Bretton Woods Commission's annual plenary..... 
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker addresses the Bretton Woods Commission's annual plenary meeting July 21 in Washington 
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