Financial Services >> Analyst Interviews >> March 19, 2013
Compressed Margins, Re-emerging Legislative Risks for Big Banks
Eric Wasserstrom is a Managing Director in equity research at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, covering large-cap universal banks and brokers. Prior to joining SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, he was a financial services Portfolio Manager at various hedge funds. He began his equity research career at UBS Investment Bank, where he covered specialty and consumer finance, and was consistently recognized as a member of the All-America Research Team by Institutional Investor magazine. Before joining UBS Investment Bank, Mr. Wasserstrom worked in bank supervision at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In 2008, he served as a guest op-ed Columnist on economic policy for The New York Times during its coverage of the presidential election. Mr. Wasserstrom also serves as the Treasurer of the board of directors of The New Group, a Tony Award-winning nonprofit theater company, and is a Fellow at the Truman National Security Project. Profile
TWST: If you would, start out with a quick overview of your coverage universe.
Mr. Wasserstrom: I cover the universal banks and brokers, which are Bank of America (BAC),