The list of attendees at President Barack Obama's dinner with CEOs was released Monday evening.

Obama dined with members of the Business Council, a group of 150 chief executives of leading private-sector companies. The president was expected to make his pitch for financial regulatory reform legislation, as well as solicit advice on how to grow the economy. 

Guests convened at 6:45 p.m. in the State Dining Room, but a list of attendees was only released after the dinner began.

Several participants have drawn attention during the Obama administration.

Angela Braly's health insurance company WellPoint had recently come under fire from the administration for the way it denied coverage to women with breast cancer. Aetna, which is headed by Ronald Williams, also played an active role in the healthcare reform debate.

JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has attended similar events in the past and has testified before Congress on the causes of the financial collapse of 2008.

The full list CEOs who participated were:

·         Ronald Williams, Chairman & CEO, Aetna
·         Patricia Woertz, Chairman, President & CEO, Archer Daniels Midland Company
·         Riley Bechtel, Chairman & CEO, Bechtel Group, Inc.
·         Peter Grauer, Chairman, President & CEO, Bloomberg, Inc.
·         Jim Owens, Chairman & CEO, Caterpillar
·         Ellen Kullman, Chairman & CEO, DuPont
·         Rex Tillerson, Chairman & CEO, ExxonMobil
·         Jamie Dimon, Chairman, President & CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
·         Charles Moorman, Chairman & CEO, Norfolk Southern Corporation
·         Steve Odland, Chairman & CEO, Office Depot
·         James Goodnight, Chairman, President & CEO, SAS Institute Inc.
·         Andrew Liveris, Chairman & CEO, The Dow Chemical Company
·         Angela Braly, Chairman, President & CEO, WellPoint, Inc.
Other administration officiald who attended were:
·      Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner
·      National Economic Council Director Larry Summers
·      Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett
·      Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel
·      Chief Economist of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board Austan Goolsbee