Former Goldman Sachs Banker Warns Mexican Financial System at Risk of COLLAPSE!

Tuesday, February 23, 2016
By Paul Martin
February 23, 2016

If you look at how far the banking sector has dropped in recent months, it is similar to the drop we saw right before the really big drop at the end of 2008.
The momentum is downward…

Submitted by Global Financial Intelligence:

Global Financial Intelligence is proud to present this exclusive interview with Nomi Prins. Nomi is a renowned journalist, author of books like “All the Presidents’ Bankers” and speaker. She has appeared on numerous TV programs for BBC, RtTV, CNN, CNBC, etc.

She has featured in numerous documentaries shot by international production companies, alongside prominent thought-leaders, and Nobel Prize winners.

Guillermo Barba interviewed Nomi Prins last week in Mexico City.

Thanks for accepting this interview, Nomi.

Guillermo Barba (GB): Welcome to this country. Please tell me, why did you come to Mexico this time?

Nomi Prins (NP): I came to Mexico City to give a talk on “US Elections: Economic Policy and Global Financial Implications” on behalf of the Aspen Institute, Mexico and Unifimex. I had spoken at their invitation last August regarding US interest rates, The Federal Reserve, what The Bank of Mexico might do, and how that could effect the Peso and markets. A few years ago, I addressed the Mexican Senate on the problems of “too big to fail” and the high concentration of foreign banks in Mexico. I’ve been following the political and economic relationship between our two countries for some time, including in my book, All the Presidents’ Bankers (particularly the Bill Clinton chapter). Next week, I will be speaking at the Tecnologico de Monterrey in Guadalajara on Trends in Global Banking and Financial Markets.

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