• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
  • 01:02    |    
    Ethical behavior in banking
  • 03:16    |    
    Government intervention in banking
  • Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac)
  • 04:41    |    
    Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP)
  • Fiduciary responsibilities
  • 08:09    |    
    Change in values in the United States
  • Automobile industry
  • 10:02    |    
    How did BB&T obtain such enormous assets?
    • Poor performers
    • Selfishness
  • 14:21    |    
    How do you feel about large financial institutions?
  • Hedging
  • 17:16    |    
    What happened in the banking crisis and what can be done to solve it?
    • Federal Reserve intervention
    • Housing market bubble
    • Government policy failure
    • Return to American values
    • Quotes n , Ayn Rand
    • Health care
    • Elections for U.S. Congress
    • Social security
    • Future political policies
  • 29:54    |    
    How does BB&T transmit their values to its employees?
  • Honesty
  • 33:02    |    
    Congratulations to UFM
  • 35:28    |    
    Southern United States ethics
  • 36:40    |    
    Final words
  • 37:28    |    
    Final credits

Ethical Behavior in Banking

New Media  | 08 de mayo de 2010  | Vistas: 37

In this interview, John A. Allison IV talks about the current economic situation in the United States from the beginning of the problem up to the solutions it currently needs.  Allison explains how this country got into the financial crisis, which he attributes enormously to erroneous politic and economic government policies, summarized in great public intervention.  Allison observes that the main problem the United States faces is the abandonment of American values, such as justice, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, which have been put aside for more social and less individual focuses by the government and society.  Amongst this economic entire debacle, Allison explains how the institution he directed, Branch Banking and Trust Company (BBandT), was able to resist and survive this crisis throughout responsible libertarian policies that eluded governmental intervention in every possible way and managed to evade any type of unethical behavior in the markets.


John A. Allison IV fue presidente de Branch Banking & Trust…


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