Tag Archives: Goldman Sachs

UPDATE—In the Case of Carmen Segarra and the Secret NY Fed Recordings: A Senate Hearing Is Set to Explore the Case of the Fired Bank Examiner and Investigate Whether Regulators May Be “Too Cozy Toward the Industry They Are Meant to Police”

By Elaine Magliaro I have already written two posts about Carmen Segarra (The Case of the Secret Recordings: A Tale about Bank Examiner Carmen Segarra, the New York Fed, and Goldman Sachs and My Second Post about Former Bank Examiner Carmen … Continue reading

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My Second Post about Former Bank Examiner Carmen Segarra Who Was Fired by the New York Fed for Doing Her Job

By Elaine Magliaro On October fifth, I published a post titled The Case of the Secret Recordings: A Tale about Bank Examiner Carmen Segarra, the New York Fed, and Goldman Sachs. Segarra is a former bank examiner who once worked for … Continue reading

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The Case of the Secret Recordings: A Tale about Bank Examiner Carmen Segarra, the New York Fed, and Goldman Sachs

By Elaine Magliaro Last week, I read ProPublica’s story about Carmen Segarra, a bank examiner and whistle-blower who made secret recordings while she was working at the New York FED. Segarra had been hired by the FED in late 2011 … Continue reading

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