This is, of course, a matter of opinion. You can argue it either way.
On the one hand, white collar crime tends to be much more economically harmful than "traditional street level crime." A mugger or a burglar could never hope to steal as much money as a Bernie Madoff did. White collar criminals, then, can typically get much more money than street criminals.
On the other hand, you can look at it in terms of trauma to the victims. A mugging (even a relatively nonviolent one) can leave the victim shaken and afraid. So can a burglary. These crimes hit people in a much more personal way than white collar crimes do.
Thus, the answer really depends on what sort of damage (economic or physical and psychological) you think is more important.