Bank CEOs appear before Congress for first time since financial crisis

Bank CEOs appear before Congress for first time since financial crisis

The heads of some of the nation’s biggest banks faced tough questions from Democrats on Wednesday in a House Financial Services Committee hearing. Questions centered around overdraft fees, the stability of the banking system and their own multimillion-dollar compensation.

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Daddy Tito
Daddy Tito 8 months

Muse be the big banks fault the democrats gave them that massive bailout.

Mister Manager
Mister Manager 8 months

Why is AOC in this picture, are they trying to make the bankers look like the good guys?

Ben B.
Ben B. 8 months

The Republicans should ask J.P. Morgan Chase about them closing accounts of people they conclude to be "alt-right". Censorship by financial institutions should face stiff consequences, they are backed by federal dollars afterall.

CoLpOeSnED
CoLpOeSnED 8 months

ffs, arrest these chodes.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 8 months

You fucks should have gone bankrupt! Every single person in that room is corrupt. The Federal Corporation and the Finance Industry is one in the same. They determine our currency's value and they've continuously brought it down.

T.N. Morgan
T.N. Morgan 8 months

Why are they not in orange jumpsuits?

Hannibal
Hannibal 8 months

Who cares what their compensation is? If you tell them you're their safety net they're going to act recklessly. And overdraft fees are in your contract when you apply for an account. If you don't want it you can remove overdraft protection. Are we children?

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