Hervé Falciani is a professed whistle-blower – the Edward Snowden of banking – who has been hunted by Swiss investigators, jailed by Spaniards and claims to have been kidnapped by Israeli Mossad agents eager for a glimpse of the client data he stole while working for a major financial institution in Geneva.
Last week, I noted a piece by Steve Rattner who was horrified that individual investors, empowered by companies like Kickstarter, might one day be able to invest in startups without paying a fee to Goldman Sachs.
I noted that Mr. Rattner's concern for investors seemed to be coming rather late, given that "he was the primary architect of the extra-legal screwing of GM and Chrysler secured creditors in favor of the UAW and other Obama supporters."
Sherry Hunt, a Citigroup quality-assurance vice president turned in evidence of purposeful fraud against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and now stands to gain as much as $31 million as her share of the fine.
Please consider Citigroup ‘Defrauded' Fannie, Freddie.