|Charles E. Mitchell, chairman of National City Bank|
|Albert H. Wiggin, chairman of Chase National Bank|
|Sam Insull, head of a public utility empire|
|J. P. Morgan & Co., a major investment banking and banking firm|
The J. P. Morgan & Co. investigation by the U.S. Senate captured headlines on the front page of the New York Times for several weeks in 1933 because the firm's client list included important names and little was known prior to that time about the inner workings of Morgan. But the investigation never uncovered wrongdoing. The most revealing fact uncovered was that the more profitable customers were treated favorably. Edmund Platt, the former vice governor of the Federal Reserve Board, called the investigation and treatment of the Morgan people a disgrace to the Senate.