phil angelides

Three of the people who investigated the mortgage meltdown said The Big Short got a lot right, but it also left out a lot. And former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair said it made her "mad."
Greece may be out of the headlines, but it is not off the Greek-American community’s agenda.
If this government finally wants to send a signal to Main Street that it is no longer in the embrace in the tentacles of Wall Street, there is one person who won her spurs in spirited confrontation with Wall Street's power brokers and can wear their enmity as a badge of honor.
Regulators overseeing the nation’s largest financial institutions are distrustful of their bosses, afraid to speak out, and feeling isolated, according to a confidential survey this year of Federal Reserve employees. Zach Carter joins Ahmed to discuss.
Both agencies also scored high with their employees when it came to views on senior leaders and managers, trust and collaboration
These days, the business sections of newspapers read like rap sheets. Money laundering. Price fixing. Bid rigging. Securities fraud. Talking about the mob? No, unfortunately. Wall Street.
Greg Smith violated the ancient code of all mafia organizations: he spilled the game to the public. His former colleagues at Goldman Sachs no doubt now see him as a "rat."
New York, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Phil Angelides, formerly the chairman of a federal commission who led investigations into why
Three years after Wall Street came unhinged, there has been too little progress made in fixing our financial system so that it works for all Americans, not just the titans of finance, and there have been few consequences for those who drove our economy over the cliff.
It sounds pretty good to me that people are taking an interest in the commission's findings. If you'd like some recommendations for further reading on the subject, here are a few recommendations.
The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission just released its report, and it's already under attack by the Four Horsemen of the Economic Apocalypse: the Ideologue, the Lobbyist, the Think-Tanker, and the Politician.
"Countrywide executives recognized that many of the loans they were originating could result in 'catastrophic consequences
The bipartisan panel appointed by Congress to investigate the financial crisis has concluded that several financial industry
The Republicans on the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission tried to undermine that group's work by attempting to ban phrases like "Wall Street" from its final report. Now they are trying to explain away their behavior.
Some younger readers might need a refresher course in the workings of a thing called the Soviet Union. Republican apologists for Wall Street are doing their best to provide one.
Frustrated in part by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's chairman, Phil Angelides, and the tenor of the panel's preliminary
The crisis panel, though, was expected to be wrapping up its report on the crisis. The law that created the commission says