Last quote by Brian Gardner
We think the main result of Donald Trump's election will be that Trump will be able to appoint regulators who are more industry-friendly than regulators appointed by President Obama.
Nov 09 2016
Brian Gardner has been quoted 9 times. The two most recent articles where Brian Gardner has been quoted are LPC: US blue-chip M&A offers loan volume boost and Hillary Clinton: Wall Street's favorite enemy. Most recently, Brian Gardner was quoted as having said, “There are a host of other factors that companies consider when they are negotiating a merger and there will continue to be political and regulatory risks for the approval of some of the deals regardless of the outcome of the election.”.
Quotes by Brian Gardner
Nov 04 2016
There are a host of other factors that companies consider when they are negotiating a merger and there will continue to be political and regulatory risks for the approval of some of the deals regardless of the outcome of the election.
Nov 02 2016
There is a closeness and a comfort level between the titans on Wall Street and the Clintons.
Nov 02 2016
It's basically going with the devil you know over the devil you don't.
Sep 15 2016
We see several policy areas where the impact will be felt the most.
Sep 15 2016
The fallout from WFC's ... recent news will continue to impact both the company and the industry well into next year.
Jul 28 2016
I start from the premise that platforms mean very little, that people will forget them within a week, that they are not binding, and sometimes a candidate and their campaign won't even fight hard against parts of their platform they don't like.
Jul 25 2016
We're going to go have a closely divided Congress and we're going to have a president who in order to get anything done is going to have to negotiate … In that kind of environment, people are foolish to dismiss the reintroduction of Glass-Steagall.
Jul 22 2016
Maybe they decided they had other fish to fry. In their outreach to (Bernie) Sanders voters and the unending populist attack that he has tying Clinton to Wall Street and the Wall Street establishment, that would have been an effective line for him and would have fit well in the speech. I don't understand it.
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