ABA CEO Sees Potential Systemic Risk in Leveraged Loans

ABA CEO Sees Potential Systemic Risk in Leveraged Loans

Robert Nichols, chief executive officer at American Bankers Association, discusses positive fundamentals in the U.S. banking industry, risks from leveraged loans, and his working relationship with President George H.W. Bush.
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