Posts Tagged ‘goldman’

Four Factors Favoring Fabulous Fab

Four Factors Favoring Fabulous Fab

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Wall Street

Below are my reactions to the US Securities and Exchange Commission fraud suit that began yesterday against “Fabulous Fab” Fabrice Tourre, a Vice President at Goldman Sachs for structured products. From what I gather in the press, the Feds are suing Fabulous Fab for the following reasons: He sent embarrassing emails to his girlfriend revealing [&hellip

Midlife Muppet Crisis

Midlife Muppet Crisis

By The Banker | Blog Posts

With the impending release of Greg Smith’s tell-all book about his time at Goldman Sachs, it’s finally time for me to vent a little about his ridiculous New York Times Op-Ed last Spring. Immediately following the online release of the New York Times Op-Ed that would launch a thousand Muppet jokes , I printed it [&hellip

My Diary, September 11, 2001

My Diary, September 11, 2001

By The Banker | Blog Posts

The Great Recession and the World Trade Center attacks reshaped our country and continue to dominate the way I see the world and our place in it.  While I concentrate on the former events at Bankers-Anonymous, today I commemorate the latter on the 11th Anniversary of September 11 2001.  I transcribed my diary below from [&hellip

When Geithner Goes to Goldman

When Geithner Goes to Goldman

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Wall Street

Just an FYI: I plan to walk out my front door to punch the neighbor’s cat in the face, toward the end of this year, when US Treasury Secretary Geithner finally announces he’s joining Goldman, Sachs & Co as senior advisor and Managing Director. While he’s indicated his intention of leaving his post as Treasury [&hellip