Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Corporate Management, Regulation, Video

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2 Responses to “Bank fines cleaning up ‘corporate culture’”

  1. constantnormal says:

    I doubt very much if there is any significant cleansing of the “corporate culture” … perhaps giving some attention to shredding of evidence, and keeping incriminating stuff out of emails, but that is likely all that is occurring in the realm of the banksters — after all, we still have all the same players, making even more money.

    One thing that has changed, is that the DoJ has become a significant profit center for our goobermint … the delivery of “justice” remains lacking, but fee shire they are raking in some dough …

  2. Robert M says:

    The transperancy aspect of the clean up has not taken place; see http://qz.com/233465/investors-are-completely-baffled-by-banco-espirito-santo/. You can see what the fear of it does in the past few days market action.