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Banking: Wall Street vs Main Street by R. Wilmers

Posted by Larry Doyle on April 18th, 2012 6:50 AM |

This commentary is a little lengthy, but for those with even a passing interest in banking, our markets, our economy, and ultimately our nation it is a MUST READ. Think those in Washington really know what they are doing? Think all regulation is good regulation and that one size can truly fit all? The divide from Wall Street to Main Street is widening. To get a perspective on both sides of the street, read this fabulous review by M&T Bank’s Robert Wilmers. I recommend you save this, as we will refer back to it while we continue to navigate our economic landscape. LD

Reflections on the State of Banking and the Leadership Crisis
As relatively good a year 2011 was for M&T itself, it was far from an easy one. Indeed, it is difficult, for one who has spent more than a generation in the field, to recall a time when banking as a profession has been publicly held in such persistently low esteem. A 2011 Gallup survey found that only a quarter of the American public expressed confidence in the integrity of bankers.  (more…)






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