May 15, 2011
Vikram Pandit at Wharton
Posted by David Zaring

Vikram Pandit spoke at Wharton's MBA commencement exercise today.  The CEO of Citi was judged extremely harshly during the financial crisis, but he is still there, presiding over a smaller company (probably for the best), and making the taxpayers a profit on their bailout.  Pandit is a charming guy, and if the content of his speech veered towards the typical, the presentation was avuncular, slick, plausible. You can see why he is at the C-level level.  And it's nicer to be a part of that sort of Wharton relationshop building than some of the other Wharton relationships of which you may have heard.

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