His obituary will now include lines like, “providing aid and comfort to an insurrectionist” and, maybe, “man whose odiousness inspired the legislative dismantling of the private equity industry.”
And private equity firms have even bigger concerns.
In fairness to the hedge fund manager, it may be a 12 million-way tie.
If Exegesis Capital will invest based on the ex-chief of staff’s ability to read people in Washington, we might steer clear.
Because Wall Street sure as hell didn’t notice.
That is, if they’re still in a position to enjoy political salvation after today.
Shame has never been a big part of Kelly Loeffler’s constitution.
We’re sure it just reminded David Perdue of something he was totally going to do anyway once he got around to it, and not evidence of something seriously crooked.
A one-way ticket out of the swamp.
While the winner of last week’s election may have mattered a great deal to the Third Point chief, he knew it wouldn’t to markets.
Gary Gensler and Ted Kaufman are not the kind of people big finance want to see in positions of influence.
Barring that, it welcomes your green finance dreams.
It hopes the SEC and Justice Department do, too.
Not even his designated successor and the lure of tens of millions in tax savings could get the Elliott Management chief to live among those people.
It’s clock-striking-midnight dealmaking time at the Justice Department.
Luckily for David Solomon, Bill Barr is super-busy destroying democracy these days.
The MAGA child prodigy managed to set up a robocalling operation, so good for him.