Following two decades of uncertain leadership, Citigroup now needs a steady hand to bring the bank to its full potential, noted bank analyst Dick Bove said Tuesday on CNBC.
"If people want to stop and think about this company over time, what you've had is six different CEO management teams running this company," he said. "Each one of them had a tenure of maybe three years."
On "Fast Money," Bove, of Rafferty Capital Markets, ran through the leadership over the years by name, adding, "What I'm saying to you is that this company is poorly managed, and if you were working for this company, you wouldn't know if they were going to sell the division out from under you. You wouldn't know what direction that company was going in over the next two to three years."