Great info, I was wondering if these statistics include contract expiration, retirement, or medical leave. If these losses are purely by resignation, than there is something going on. But, I dont think this will be as significant until you see the likes of Bernanke, Giethner, Greenspan, and high positions in the FRB here in the states.
american kabuki you truly are providing a FANTASTIC service informing the open net community of banker resignations - thank you so very much.
Reasons given for leaving include euphemistic phrases like retiring, spending more time with family, pursue other interests, etc. Even a few saying they are starting charities. Most all of these positions have employment contracts which keep details of reasons for termination. There's not any sure way to know other than watching the statistical trends. I'm sure there will be some legitimate retirements, lateral moves, and changes of firms, etc. That's simply a level of detail I cannot track given time constraints.
Is there any information from before september? In that way we can see the graph really peaking like something that hasn't happened before... Thank you! Doing a great job by the way.
No. The trend was noticed in January so I backed up 3 months to September to get a better feel for the trend. You're welcome to do your own google research.
In Finland: "The Helsinki District Court convicted National Coalition Party MP and former Foreign Minister Ilkka Kanerva on Wednesday morning of aggravated bribe-taking and dereliction of duty. He was given a suspended prison sentence of a year and three months. Kanerva’s sentencing was part of an extensive case of bribery and election funding linked with the bankruptcy of the Nova Group."http://www.hs.fi/english/article/MP+Ilkka+Kanerva+convicted+of+aggravated+bribery+-+gets+suspended+sentence+/1329103829162
They must know what`s coming and it isn`t pretty.Mass arrest perhaps!
who composes the graph? where do the numbers come from? the us dept of employment? or the federal reserve banking industry? how is it verified? this is awesome news. then the new bankers will enter huh? or the banks will close?
These (*)holes saw it coming; LIBOR and other lawsuits. This great list you provided makes it easier to catch those crooks.
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