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10 Financial Services Leaders To Follow on Twitter

Financial services is becoming a very active industry on social media. Twitter has become a primary tool for sharing industry insight in real-time. Though many banks and financial services organizations are busy tweeting, it is individual thought leaders that provide some of the most up-to-date financial services news and analysis.

Here are 10 financial services leaders you should follow on Twitter:

Jack Salzwedel

Jack Salzwedel is the Chairman and CEO of American Family Mutual Group. He is a social CEO, tweeting about himself and his interests as much as he does about the company.

Joseph A. LaVorgna

Joseph is the Managing Director and Chief US Economist at Deutsche Bank. His Tweets, often more on the technical side of financial services, have attracted over 10,000 followers.

Bradley Leimer

Bradley leads digital channel strategy for Northern California-based Mechanics Bank, with a focus on technology. His Tweets are a steady stream of banking and financial tech news.

Aswath Damodaran

Aswath teaches corporate finance and valuation at the Stern School of Business at New York University. This professor’s interesting Tweets and commentary on financial services news have earned him over 34,000 followers on Twitter.

Mike Langford

Mike is a financial industry veteran and CEO of Austin-based finservMarketing, a digital agency specializing in social media and compliance strategy. He has also shared his knowledge of compliance on the Hootsuite blog.

Austan Goolsbee

Austan is an economics professor at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. His Tweets on finance are interspersed with general news and clever commentary.

Ralph Acampora

Ralph is quote-unquote “Godfather of Technical Analysis” and an instructor at the New York Institute of Finance. Someone to follow if you’re interested in technical insight on financial services.

Pete Aceto

Peter is the CEO of Tangerine and a real embodiment of what it is to be a social CEO. Follow him for business and banking insights, and feel free to send him questions you’d like answered.

Mark Dow

Mark is a hedge fund manager and economist who has really taken to Twitter. Very much worth a follow.

Amy McIlwain

Amy is the Founder and President of Financial Social Media. She shared her insight on social media compliance in financial service in a Hootsuite webinar.

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