Daniel P. Tully
Believing that two of Merrill’s biggest problems were complacency and arrogance, Tully’s first task as CEO of the large investment bank was to achieve a value system that promoted integrity and hard work. Personally congratulating anyone who made the firm a significant amount of money was just one of the many things Tully did to help build Merrill’s reputation and re-establish it as a company that always puts its clients’ interests first.

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