If Vanguard Group founder John Bogle knew back in 1974 that Vanguard would become the juggernaut it is, would he have done things differently?

The president of Bogle Financial Markets Research Center — located on Vanguard’s campus and often described as his personal think tank — sat down to discuss the business strategy behind  the top U.S. mutual fund company. Also on the agenda: the value of trust in financial services and what he would have done differently, in hindsight. (This is part 3 of a series. Read part 1 and part 2.)

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