The incumbent top management of the biggest banks either did this, or is complicit, or is complacent.
The more people are comfortable and complacent, the more it plays into things that are destroying the world.
“Unions have been complacent in recent years,” Jenkins said.
1650s, "pleasing," from Latin complacentem (nominative complacens) "pleasing," present participle of complacere "be very pleasing" (see complacence). Meaning "pleased with oneself" is from 1767. Related: Complacently.