Entrepreneur and business leader Carol Realini's BankRUPT was the book that called time on the excesses of US banking culture.
As Carol noted:
Today’s vast superbanks are organizations that seem to operate by their own rules and trample their Main Street customers.
BANKRUPT shows what afflicts today’s biggest banks, and shows how they nickel-and-dime the average customer even as they hold trillions of dollars in assets and government bailout funds.
It’s not about creating nostalgia for a golden age that is long past.
It’s about how today’s banks can transform themselves to redefine banking.
It’s a call for leadership that lives by the motto “Do the right thing.”
A new book ''Why I left Goldmann Sachs'' picks up on these themes, to read an interview with its author click below: