I hope he also reaches those directors in the “institute” who allow their companies to trade in mortgage-backed securities, instead of concentrating on their customers and core business. It’s good to hear another voice speak out. However, plain english is seen as vulgar and of little merit by those at the top who just love ambiguity and spin. So even if he is right, they won’t listen…until Wat Tyler is knocking at their door.
Huff post, come to your senses yet over Sept 11th?