According to Wikipedia, "Adam Storch (b. 1980) serves as the current Managing Executive of the Security and Exchange Commission's Division of Enforcement, having been hired on October 16, 2009. The position, along with the division, was created as a reaction to the subprime mortgage crisis. He was previously the Vice President in the Business Intelligence Group at Goldman Sachs. Storch is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New York and is also a Certified Internal Auditor and a Certified Fraud Examiner."
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In the Scribd. document embedded below entitled, How Goldman Sachs Made Tens of Billions of Dollars From the Economic collapse of America In Four Easy Steps, Adam Storch is mentioned in the third step (on page 4), as one of the "[e]x-Goldman executives in key positions of power in the US government...." Here's the quote below:
But it is not just Paulson who has had significant influence in Washington.
On October 16th, Adam Storch, a Goldman Sachs vice president, was named managing executive of the SEC's enforcement division. What do you think the odds are that he will crack down hard on Goldman?
In addition, former Goldman Sachs lobbyist Mark Patterson is the chief of staff for current Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
In fact, ex-Goldman employees are seemingly everywhere. According to Vanity Fair, at one G-7 meeting an anonymous source identified at least 24 out of 32 finance officials in attendance as ex-Goldman employees.
The influence of Goldman Sachs even reaches to the White House. Goldman was Barack Obama's number one campaign donor, and its employees gave $981,000 to his campaign.
If you don't think that kind of money does not buy influence then you are delusional.
Goldman Sachs Made Tens of Billions of Dollars From the Economic Collapse of America
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