The Ex-Banker on Cocaine Binges …

“It’s an industry that rewards psychopaths.”

As the global economy is potentially looking at a deep recession due to COVID-19 just after recovering from the 2008 financial crash, we hear from an ex-banker who worked in the City of London’s Square Mile from the mid-90s to 2008.

He lifts the veil on the sordid world of investment banking where he enjoyed thousand-pound meals, sex parties with colleagues and £600k bonuses for “pushing around bits of paper”. He believes psychopaths in suits gamed the system while damaging society in the process.

Informer is a series where we hear the anonymised confessions and insights of people in positions of power on the inside of important institutions.

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