The CEO agendas: The future of banking
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The CEO agendas: The future of banking

As Euromoney turns 50, we review the agendas of the some of the top CEOs in banking.

Brian Moynihan, Bank of America
Making the most of being American

What came with interstate banking in the US was expansion and consolidation within the industry. That kind of cross-border expansion and consolidation is not taking place in Europe 

Carlos Torres Vila, executive chair of BBVA
Digital banking blurs boundaries

If you look at who’s successful in the digital world, in any industry, it is companies that are global 

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Jean-Laurent Bonnafé, BNP Paribas
The relevance of history

You should have a scientific approach in banking, but it should also be linked to the way human beings feel 

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Gonzalo Gortázar, CaixaBank
Banks must continuously adapt 

If we fall asleep for an instant, we may wake up to find ourselves out of the game 

Mike Corbat, Citi
People rise to the top of the agenda

Our employees want to see us reinforcing what our company stands for and believes in 

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Philippe Brassac, Crédit Agricole
Usefulness as necessity 

Look at the tennis ball, not the scoreboard 

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Tidjane Thiam, Credit Suisse
If you missed the US train, catch the one in China 

There is still extraordinary potential in China, where we see the opportunity for a $26 trillion onshore wealth management market that we need to take our share of 

Ralph Hamers, ING
Banking is a secondary need 

This is the ultimate issue that banks have. We don’t fulfil a primary need. The primary need is housing. The primary need is eating. The primary need is clothing 

António Horta-Osório, Lloyds Banking Group
Efficient banks will win the digital race 

Some of my peers are saying that these massive digital investments are one-offs and they will go down. I disagree 

James Gorman, Morgan Stanley
Master of reinvention 

You’d better run your firm at least as well, if not better than, the leaders of the best multinational corporations in other sectors 

Casper von Koskull, Nordea
AML needs a European solution 

Anti-money laundering is not a national issue 

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Ana Botín, executive chair of Santander
Regulate big tech or deregulate banks 

If you really want to do open banking, you need open data 

Frédéric Oudéa, Société Générale
Europe can build a more integrated system 

A roadmap can allow players to anticipate closer European financial-sector integration 

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Sergio Ermotti, UBS
The scourge of short termism 

It’s very difficult to have one eye on the short term and one eye on the long term 

Jean Pierre Mustier, UniCredit
Lead by example 

You either sell a dream, or you say what you think and do what you say