Sabotage: The Business of Finance

February 5, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Very interesting topic, but sadly ‘sabotaged’ by authors’ lack of knowledge Any systematic approach to delineate the ills of the world of finance could be a useful addition for us as well as the policy makers to be vigilant towards an area of the business that’s more – but not uniquely – rife with conflict of interest, unethical behaviours, and downright fraud. It could also be a scintillating read. Who would not like to get all the insiders’ tales of a scandal? Or, in the case of financial business, ‘scandalseses’.Unfortunately this book failed dismally on…

Anonymous says:

Banksters Sabotage:The Business Of Finance is a fascinating,if depressing,book that lifts the lid on the sea of criminality and corruption that is the norm in Financial Institutions worldwide. Even though it wasn’t news to me after reading books by Nick Leeson and others who found themselves scapegoats while others got away with much worse behaviour it still doesn’t make for pretty reading. While truly shocking I don’t think anyone who followed the Banking crisis a few years ago,and the recent cases…

Anonymous says:

A Book for the Specialists A clear cut look into financial corruption, naming, shaming and eye opening. There’s no equivocation here. This is bound to rustle up some feathers in the financial world.The book appears to stray in to the style of a university academic essay submission. Whilst still being packed full of information, the writing style risks losing the interest of the general readership unless they are already well versed in the world of financial transactions.A shame as the systemic…

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