Editor's Note: We are working on a project to identify where Goldman Sachs' executive have gone after leaving the nest. We want to track where they have landed and what influence they have had on financial and political issues. When our research is complete, we will publish a FREE Internet version of our research.
If you are interested in helping or if you have information for us, please email Executive@Morgan7.com
Here is just a taste:
Robert Rubin - Former United States Treasury Secretary, ex-Chairman of Citigroup.
Henry Paulson - Former United States Treasury Secretary.
Edward Lampert- Brought K-Mart out of Bankruptcy in 2003.
Joshua Bolten - former White House Chief of Staff
Erin Burnett - CNBC Host
Jon Corzine - Governor of the State of New Jersey.
Michael Cohrs - Head of Global Banking at Deutsche Bank
Jim "The Mouth" Cramer - In Cramer We Trust - Mad Money on CNBC - Ultimate Jackass
Abby Joseph Cohen - Perma-bull market forecaster formerly of Drexel Burnham Lambert
George Herbert Walker IV - member of the Bush family and current managing director at Neuberger Berman
Robert Zoellick - United States Trade Representative (2001-2005), Deputy Secretary of State (2005-2006), World Bank President.
Mark Carney - Current Governor of the Bank of Canada
Michael D. Fascitelli- President & Trustee of Vornado Realty Trust.
Neel Kashkari - Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Stability
Malcolm Turnbull - Australian politician, currently the federal leader of the Liberal Party of Australia.
John Thain - former Chairman and CEO, Merrill Lynch, and former chairman of the NYSE.
Robert Steel - Chairman and President, Wachovia - Now with the boys and girls at Wells Fargo
Romano Prodi, Prime Minister of Italy twice (1996-1998 and 2006-2008) and President of the European Commission (1999-2004)
Mario Draghi, governor of the Bank of Italy (2006- )
Massimo Tononi, Italian deputy treasury chief (2006-2008)
This is not even a taste. This is just a smell from a mile away. You will be stunned when you see the full report.
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