Macey: Why Big Banks Still Aren't Trustworthy
Jun 18th 2013 12:19PM
Updated Jun 18th 2013 1:15PM
We interview Jonathan Macey, who is Yale University's Sam Harris Professor of Corporate Law, Corporate Finance and Securities Law. Jonathan has authored several books on corporations and the law, and joins The Motley Fool to talk about his most recent work, The Death of Corporate Reputation.
Is it possible to trust the big banks? In this video segment Jonathan looks at some of the issues that make it hard for consumers to have faith in the biggest financial institutions. The full version of the interview can be found here.
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