During the financial crisis, Charlotte took a big hit as banks and bankers found themselves at the center of a storm that nearly wrecked the economy. It's been more than five years since then and the beginning of a great recession from which we are still recovering. Since then, there have been lawsuits and settlements, calls for more regulation and shareholders of banks grimacing at continued bad news for banking stock. We get an update on the state of banking.
Rick Rothacker - Reporter for the Charlotte Observer and Author of Banktown: The Rise and Struggles of Charlotte's Big Banks
Andrew Dunn - Reporter for the Charlotte Observer
Ellen Harnick - Senior Policy Counsel, Center for Responsible Lending