Over the past 10 to 15 years banks have reacted predictably to economic growth.

In the '80s we threw caution to the winds. Competition drove CEOs toward growth, at fatal risk to quality. Then came the inevitable crash. Banks failed as the result of bad loans, a percentage of which were blatantly fraudulent.

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