The ethics rules had been recently changed to permit these public officials to invest in these mutual funds without disclosing the crony globalist stocks that comprise the funds.
Jamester 9 September Warning: With election season heating up here in the United States, the economy remains a crucial focus of the presidential campaign. It sounded all so good, all wrapped up in swaddling clothes and laying in a manger. In your acceptance speech, you drew applause after calling for the jailing of financial executives.
Yes, deregulation did go too far — particularly with the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act ofwhich might have prevented banks gambling with depositors' money.
Some state insurance funds failed, requiring state taxpayer bailouts. Moreover, capital standards were reduced both by legislation and by decisions taken by regulators. And when it ended, of course, we saw the result in the crisis.
It's not a black-and-white issue, and you can't be that kneejerk: That's part of the message. So that security and liberty may prosper together" "Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals; so that security and liberty may prosper together.
There may be people lower down who knowingly did criminal things, but that is a different matter. Yes -- we should ALL have done so if we could.
Transcript This is a rush transcript. Foreclosures in the U. Frank Partnoy—Professor of Law at the University of San Diego specializing in corporate law, corporate finance and financial market regulation.
And then, third, the Sarbanes-Oxley law requires the CEOs and chief financial officers of banks, all public companies, to certify their financial reports and also the adequacy of their own internal financial controls. There's a gentleman's club, and they all look after each other.
From tothe enactment of rate controls presented thrifts with a number of unprecedented challenges, chief of which was finding ways to continue to expand in an economy characterized by slow growth, high interest rates and inflation. Certainly at the top of the list would be securities fraud, accounting fraud and Sarbanes-Oxley violations.
He also says that he had been a loyal Lehman employees sincewhich he had been.
The City itself employs vast numbers of people — not just as bankers, but also on the periphery — and until we move away from that, and find other ways of employing these people, you can't just shut down an industry.
I hope that the film, in less than two hours, will enable everyone to understand the fundamental nature and causes of this problem. I left the cinema burning with righteous indignation against government, academia, and especially the financial industry.
Main Street was screwed.
You know, the financial sector is very creative, and they are always looking for ways to make money. They spun the yarn that Zuckerberg did it all by himself in less than two weeks.
Neil Bush was accused of giving himself a loan from Silverado, but he denied all wrongdoing. And if you 5 So -- what to do now. The Crisis The market for CDOs collapsed and investment banks were left with hundreds of billions of dollars in loans, CDOs, and real estate they could not unload.
Is the solar eclipse symbolism coincidental?. Jun 26, · It’s a documentary described as being about “the systemic corruption of the U.S by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption” — broken up into five parts, the movie delves into how changes in government policy and banking practices contributed to the financial crisis/5().
Charles Ferguson's film Inside Job attempts to blame a wider cast list for the banking crash of and explains why so little has been done to reform the financial world or bring criminal.
Charles Henry Ferguson (born March 24, ) is the founder and president of Representational Pictures, Inc., and director and producer of No End in Sight: The American Occupation of Iraq () and Inside Job (), which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary.
The investment banker "Inside Job ignored the enormous level of consumption by ordinary people that drove debt levels so high. The film suggested it was the bankers and the politicians who were driving the collapse – and fair enough, there was some mis-selling of mortgages. But it wasn't just mortgages: it was bank debt, credit-card debt, car loans.
In the s, the industry was dominated by five investment banks (Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, and Bear Stearns), two financial conglomerates (Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase), three securitized insurance companies (AIG, MBIA, AMBAC) and the three rating agencies (Moody’s, Standard & Poor's, Fitch).Produced by: Audrey Marrs, Charles Ferguson.
Inside Job is a documentary film, directed by Charles H. Ferguson, about the lates financial crisis. Ferguson says the film is about "the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption".
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