It would be prudent to consider the term, resignation, loosely. After all, these are news reports. The details of each so-called resignation would have to be investigated and then confirmed which I don't think is really possible. Personally, I don't agree with Bluefire insofar as the resignations mean they are retiring for a life of leisure and pleasure after screwing everyone. We can't assume a resignation means someone is out of the business. They could be taking up a new post. The positions wield great power and fame and it would be difficult to give up, if you are STS. You can imagine other causes related to insider information, forced resignation, do it or else, kind of things, which would be lovely. Also, it could simply mean a whole new economic system is right around the corner far worse than the one we have now. I don't feel that's true, but it is certainly possible. Wouldn't it be expected that circumstances as they are create turmoil?Posted by Sabrina (here)
I posted this under the Sir James of Blackheath/House of Lords thread, but it's been suggested that this merits a thread of its own. So here it is. Hope we can keep adding to it.
Must be a lot happening behind the scenes...
Resignations Global Banks ....
1 World Bank CEO Zoellick resigns
2 Anz Bank CFO Australia resigns
3 Nicaraqua Central Bank Pres Rosales resigns
4 Credit Suisse Chief Joseph Tan resigns
5 GERMAN PRESIDENT Christian Ruff resigns
6 Royal Bank of Scotland Austrailin CEO Stephen Williams resigns
7 Kuwait Central Bank CEO resigns
8 Slovenia TWO largest Banks CEO's (2) resign
9 Bank of India CEO Chaturvedi resigns
10 Tamilnad Mercantile Bank CEO resigns
11 GOLDMAN SACHS CEO Blankenfein to resign (Nothing printed on this yet UNLESS this JUST happened. Last article said he is not stepping down in 2011). http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0..._858647.html?l
12 Kuwait central bank chief resigns amid political tensions