It's troubling when some of the nation's top economists tell us Wall Street banks are too big. It's even more worrisome when bankers themselves have the same fear.
"Too big to fail" banks have faced renewed scrutiny in recent weeks, since Attorney General Eric Holder admitted that some institutions are simply too big to prosecute.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) responded to Holder's admission, arguing that this is why the banks need to be held accountable. Thousands have also signed a petition urging President Obama to "take immediate steps to break up the big banks."
Here are seven bankers who agree that breaking up the banks is the way to go: