A slew of recent cases of misconduct in banking – from both the investment and retail sides of the business – have eroded the trustworthiness of the entire industry, William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, said Thursday.

Speaking at the bank's third annual conference on bank culture, Dudley said that "deep-seated cultural and ethical problems" have harmed the industry's reputation.

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