Bankers may have fallen out of love with the Obama administration, but they're still hoping that its next Treasury Secretary will solve some of their problems.

Now that President Barack Obama has been re-elected, current Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner is expected to step down. On Thursday, the chief executives at two of the nation's biggest banks said Geithner's successor should focus on eliminating economic uncertainty and on helping the industry handle international regulations, including changing capital requirements.

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