From left, Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.; Jamie Dimon, Chairman of the Board and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Company; John J. Mack, Chairman of the Board, Morgan Stanley; Brian Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer and President, Bank of America Corporation, testify before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.  Watch the hearings live on CSPAN2.
From left, Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.; Jamie Dimon, Chairman of the Board and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Company; John J. Mack, Chairman of the Board, Morgan Stanley; Brian Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer and President, Bank of America Corporation, testify before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Watch the hearings live on CSPAN2. Olivier Douliery /Abaca Press/MCT
From left, Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.; Jamie Dimon, Chairman of the Board and CEO, JPMorgan Chase & Company; John J. Mack, Chairman of the Board, Morgan Stanley; Brian Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer and President, Bank of America Corporation, testify before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission. Watch the hearings live on CSPAN2. Olivier Douliery /Abaca Press/MCT

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