Finance Watch, an international association formed in 2010 by 22 members of the European Parliament to reform financial regulation and present proposals to the public and to lawmakers, has published a list of leading bankers who have called for Glass-Steagall separation of banks.
On a page titled "Who are the senior bankers calling for separation?," it states: "Here is a list of senior bankers calling for the complete separation of retail from investment banks. Some, such as former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill, have reversed their previous opposition in what the Financial Times has dubbed an epic conversion. They join the chorus of commentators calling for simple, structural reform that goes beyond the US's Volcker and UK's Vickers proposals. Some of the more notable names are below...