The Vampire Squid, JP Morgan, Dead Bankers & Criminal Acts
February 16, 2014
Once again a brave and outspoken hedge fund manager out of Hong Kong spoke with King World News about his former employer, Goldman Sachs, also known as the ‘Vampire Squid,’ JP Morgan, bankers who were killed to protect secrets, and the criminal activities of the world’s largest banking institutions. William Kaye, who 25 years ago worked for Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions, also warned KWN that the criminal acts of the major banks are not only a risk to the world, but they are now set to accelerate if something is not done to stop them.
Eric King: “Bill, you’ve been around this business for decades, and when you look back at what the banking industry was and what it represents today, what are your thoughts on the monster the banking industry has become, where people are killed in order to protect secrets?”
Kaye: “I don’t recognize the industry. It bears no resemblance to the business that I very proudly entered in the 1970s. When I joined Goldman Sachs it was not only a private partnership, but I think there were a total of only 47 general partners at the time. Now, Goldman Sachs has been famously described as the ‘Vampire Squid,’ with their tentacles virtually everywhere, including governments….