Key findings:

  • Five years after Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. went bankrupt, the CEOs of the banks that got into the biggest trouble during the financial crisis are living in luxury.
  • None of the top banking CEOs or senior executives has been prosecuted for actions taken that led to the financial crisis.
  • The CEOs have faced little liability for the financial wreckage that happened on their watch. Company insurance policies and shareholders have covered most legal settlements.