Sanford Weill suggests breaking up Banks

Sanford Weill, the former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup, suggested on CNBC that banks should be broken up to separate retail from investment banking – a reform also widely proposed in Europe. This is a very significant move, as Robert Reich argued, given that Weill is widely credited as having developed the current Wall Street business model. Watch the interview with Weill below.

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