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Flies on Giants: Why Activists Can't Make a Dent at Big Banks

Activists are taking aim at banking conglomerates. Thus far, they've failed miserably.

      Illustration by Selman Design Politicians and regulators may fret that transnational banking conglomerates are too big to fail. Activist investors, on the other hand, increasingly wonder if they are too big to succeed. The latest stir has been provoked by Zurich-based activist fund manager Rudolf Bohli and his firm, RBR Capital Advisors.

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