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Like rats fleeing a sinking Titanic?

Here's just a small sample of what's going on out there in bankster land. I didn't know whether to tag this as "success!," or as "warning signs!" I guess it could be both. The emigration of bank CEO's could mean they all forsee a global banking collapse, (or a conspiratorial transformation into global communism!), or they MIGHT JUST FEEL GUILTY BECAUSE OF ALL THE GRIEF WE'VE GIVEN THEM. Most banksters live in a world of privileged denial, with skewed ideas about money and society, etc., but some of them can theoretically be moved to adopt more humanitarian views. (I know that those CEO's who "resign" as a result of being KNOCKED OFF really don't fit this model). For example, one bankster resigned as head of Student Loans division to start a firm for STUDENT LOAN COUNSELLING, (which I find funny and possibly sick). (Or, maybe they know they've got the best BONUS packages they're going to get, and they want to get out before the violence. Maybe move to Paruguay with George Bush. I'd like to be optimistic about this apparent, (not scientifically measured), mass emigration. But optimism hasn't really gotten me too far in this crazy world).

3/07/12 (UK) Goldman Sachs (GSI) Christopher French resigns from board
3/07/12 (UK) Goldman Sachs (GSI) David Wildermuth resigns from board
3/07/12 (UK) Goldman Sachs (GSI) Matthew Westerman resigns from board
3/07/12 (UK) Goldman Sachs (GSI) co-head of global mergers and acquisitions Yoel Zaoui resigns
3/07/12 (UK) Goldman Sachs (GSI) Phil Beatty resigned as head of European power and natural-gas trading
3/07/12 (USA) Astaire quits Bank of America Merrill to dance to Barclays Capital’s tune
3/09/12 (HONG KONG) Bank of America Merrill Lynch, K.J. Kim, responsible for Southeast Asia, resigned
3/09/12 (HONG KONG) Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Jimmy Choi, who was in charge of high-yield debt, resigned.
3/09/12 (HONG KONG) Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Leonard Ng, a vice-president in Hong Kong resigned.
3/10/12 (TURKEY) Garanti Bank, The deputy CEO of Turkish lender Tolga Egemen, has decided to quit.

source: http://americankabuki.blogspot.com/p/131-resignations-from-world-banks.html

Needless-to-say, and meanwhile-back-at-the-ranch, most of the new leaders in Europe worked for, or have associations with Goldman-Sachs, so, at best, maybe there's just a little "falling-out" within the global banking community going on. (Maybe some of them are no longer laughing). And I think we've yet to see what the real fall-out will be...


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November 2016



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