The call for large banking institutions in America to break themselves up has been uttered by many prominent analysts and regulators. But this recently produced video by consumer advocacy lobbying group Public Citizen takes the message to a new, more comical level. [h/t DealBook]
The group produced a video with three girls signing a song for Bank of American Merrill Lynch to break up to the tune of “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.”
It also features many prominent individuals in caricature situations, such as former Treasury secretary Hank Paulson kissing a bag of money, Fed Chair Ben Bernanke smoking a cigar, current Treasury secretary Timothy Geithner rolling in dough and BofA CEO Brian Moynihan wagging his finger.
It’s good for a laugh, take a look—
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