John G. Medlin Jr., the chairman and chief executive of Wachovia Corp., runs what is widely perceived as one of the nation's healthiest and most profitable banking companies.

At a recent conference sponsored by First Boston Corp., he gave his thoughts on the need for disciplined management in today's unfriendly financial and regulatory environment, and sought to dispel the notion that Wachovia's culture is too conservative.

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