Big Bank Breakups Unlikely, Says MS Chief

James Gorman, chairman and ceo of Morgan Stanley, says it is “highly unlikely” that the federal government would support breaking up large banks, though he predicted there would be increased consolidation among regional financial institutions.

  • 30 Nov 2012

James Gorman, chairman and ceo of Morgan Stanley, says it is “highly unlikely” that the federal government would support breaking up large banks, though he predicted there would be increased consolidation among regional financial institutions.

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