Exile on Wall Street. One Analyst's Fight to Save the Big Banks from Themselves

  • ID: 2212957
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Exile on Wall Street

"Mike Mayo is an old–style bank analyst thorough, independent, honest who never pulls his punches, whatever icons, public or private, may be wounded."
Paul A. Volcker, former chairman of the Federal Reserve

"Exile on Wall Street takes you to Mike Mayo′s front row seat as the financial crisis unfolds. It is a riveting story of the establishment′s battle to prevent him from revealing the truth as it develops."
Stan Druckenmiller, former President, CEO, and Chairman of Duquesne Capital

"Mike Mayo is one of the best financial analysts on Wall Street. He brings clarity to a world full of uncertainty."
Maria Bartiromo, leading financial commentator

"Exile on Wall Street offers Wall Street′s rarest commodity: the truth about our nation′s largest banks and how they almost toppled capitalism. If you want to know the sickening truth about the largest banks, read Mike Mayo′s exposé."
Harry Markopolos, author of No One Would Listen

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Introduction Watering Down the Wine 1

Chapter 1 God s Work at the Fed 9

Chapter 2 The Big Time or Something Like It 25

Chapter 3 Exile . . . and Redemption 45

Chapter 4 The Professional Gets Personal 67

Chapter 5 The Crisis 81

Chapter 6 The Vortex 97

Chapter 7 Citi, Part I: A Long, Sad Saga 111

Chapter 8 Citi, Part II: The Plot Sickens 131

Chapter 9 A Better Version of Capitalism 145

Chapter 10 The Meaning of Life 165

Acknowledgments 177

About the Author 179

Notes 181

Index 193

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