"… ed by the Center for Responsive Politics. She also has the support of many energy companies. Capito is not among the top recipients of contributions from th …"
"… s website. Until 2008, Pollock was president and CEO of First Franklin, a subprime lender whose risky loans to vulnerable consumers nearly sank Merrill Lynch, which …"
"… has advised big names including Verizon, American Airlines, Intel, Toyota, Deutsche Bank, and others. Cox says he’s worked on Internet tax issues, real estate le …"
"… G’s counterparties — those that were owed — including Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, and Merrill Lynch, were paid face value for their credit default swaps th …"
"… ng to a report in the Financial Times. He made $200,000 speaking at a Deutsche Bank conference, and $100,000 each at the annual meetings of private equity fir …"
"… be, says Guy Cecala, publisher of the trade magazine Inside Mortgage Finance. "You're going to see a little more risk coming into the system" Cecala sa …"
"… n 2000. His boss at New Penn is CEO Jerry Schiano, who founded Wilmington Finance before the crisis. Schiano ran Wilmington until 2007, despite selling it t …"
"… lmington until 2007, despite selling it to AIG subsidiary American General Finance for $121 million in 2003. In 2010, Wilmington and another of AIG’s compa …"
"… owerful banks on Wall Street: JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank. The fact they were able to emerge unscathed from a financial crisis that …"
"… attorney didn’t respond to requests for comment. Renee Calabro, a Deutsche Bank spokeswoman, declined to comment on his current salary. Mayer owns a $3.7 …"
"… 2008 and awarded a nearly identical position. Two years later he jumped to Deutsche Bank, as head of corporate banking and securities in North America. Feds stay …"
"… rams for youths locked up at the Rikers Island correctional complex. Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s goal is reducing Rikers’ young offender recidivism rate of more than …"
"… Congress and was consulted when the House Financial Services Committee and Senate Banking Committee considered reform of Fannie and Freddie and unfair lendi …"
"… received loan discounts from Countrywide, the report said, were:—Former Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd, D-Conn.—Senate Budget Commi …"
"… re:—Former Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd, D-Conn.—Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-N.D.—Mary Jane Collipriest, who …"
"… preferential treatment but knew his loans were handled by the VIP unit.The Senate's ethics committee investigated Dodd and Conrad but did not charge them wi …"
"… t the legitimacy of W Spann LLC. Conard could not be reached for comment. Paul Singer, another $1 million donor, is the founder of Elliott Management, a hedge f …"
"… ans borrowers couldn’t afford.Eight former employees told iWatch News that WMC managers ignored them when they flagged loans supported by misrep …"
"… al prosecutor.This story was the result of a reporting partnership between iWatch News and the Los Angeles Times. Michael Hudson is a staff writer with iWatch Ne …"
"… atch News and the Los Angeles Times. Michael Hudson is a staff writer with iWatch News and E. Scott Reckard is staff writer with the Times. Hudson’s previous r …"
"… ng a growing number of emails and phone messages from people who worked at Citigroup’s subprime lending unit, CitiFinancial. The lender, they told Lee, was u …"
"… e demanded to resolve an employment dispute.”With the pressure building, Citigroup went out of its way to warn other current and former employees to keep qui …"
"… iet about what went on at CitiFinancial, according to Reuters news service.Citigroup, Reuters said, hired a famed litigator “to help fight allegations of ill …"
"… h at least 15 current or former employees, reminding the ex-employees that Citigroup would enforce the “non-disparagement clauses” in their severance agree …"
"… housing on the campaign trail, such as Newt Gingrich and Rep. Ron Paul of Texas have said Fannie and Freddie were responsible for policies that drove lend …"
"… housing market amid weak demand and a stream of foreclosed properties, the Wall Street Journal reports.Policy options include having mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Fredd …"
"… te sector, writes Peter Wallison of the American Enterprise Institute in a Wall Street Journal opinion column. He says this view is supported in a newly published …"
"… tors to make safer but less lucrative trades. …"
"… at stake for banks – U.S. banks stand to lose billions if the Dodd-Frank reform law is fully implemented and so, in response, are spending equally high amount …"
"… before they lose their home," said Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan.The year-long forbearance period is required for mortgage loan servicers p …"
"… n Sachs paid $550 million to settle the SEC's civil fraud charges that the bank should have told investors in a collateralized debt obligation (CDO) that …"
"… erve’s decision to cap debit swipe fees at 21 cents may be a big win for banks, but says little about how financial reform efforts as a whole are succee …"
"… d not cause the financial crisis and have “nothing to do with making the banking system any safer, just about punishing the banks,” Gandel writes. The …"
"… g to do with making the banking system any safer, just about punishing the banks,” Gandel writes. The Fed ‘s final rule also allows banks to add five …"
"… head dinner were the heads of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, reports the New York Times’ Dealbook. “It would be bad fo …"
"… rry out its Dodd-Frank financial reform responsibilities, according to the Wall Street Journal. The House bill would also set the consumer bureau’s budget at $200 mill …"
"… 1000 ET and will be webcast.Fed news conference - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke holds quarterly news conference after the Fed's Open Market Committee meet …"