Skip to comments.Peregrine Financial CEO Indicted On 31 Charges
Posted on 08/13/2012 9:00:41 PM PDT by Kartographer
Is it good that Wasendorf is going away, most likely for the rest of his life? Of course- the man is a sociopathic criminal. But the problem is that the incentives, the controls, and the "processes" that PFG engaged in to cheat thousands of clients out of their life savings are pervasive throughout the US financial system. It is this, and not an individual appeals court case which incidentally has no impact on a completely standalone bankruptcy process and whose outcome can be appealed under any other jurisdiction, that US investors, or what's left of them, should be worried about. Because it is the fundamental flaws in the US financial system which virtually assure that all capital currently residing with US banks as financial intermediaries will, sooner or later, in the parlance of MF Global, vaporize.
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And Jon Corzine is indicted on.... Oh, Never mind
Reminds me of some entity ... the name of which escapes me.
The interesting thing about trust is that once it’s been destroyed, it’s nearly impossible to get it back.
This applies to everything, from Friendship to the Financial system to Government.
My father-in-law took a lump sum from his employer on retirement and promptly lost over half of it to a “money manager.” Never trust someone else with your money...they are more than likely trying to take it from you.
Corzine is innocent!
You be surprised how many right here on FR see Corzine as a victim and merely a guy who was trying to make a buck.
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