Wall Street’s Naughty and Nice…

We’re continuing the FTF holiday tradition and bringing you our 2011 edition of the Wall Street Naughty and Nice list. This past year there have been quite a few highs and lows within the financial services industry, and we decided to help Santa sort through it all!   So, without further, ado, here we go:


  • Mayor Bloomberg – for clearing out Zuccotti Park!
  • Fiserv – For giving back during the holiday season and delivering toys to children in need
  • GoldenSource and its 9/11 fundraiser for Answer the Call
  • Drew and Rod Fox – Both work with Investment firms and have embraced the season of giving all year long by fund-raising for veterans causes, particularly the Navy SEALs
  • The FTF Team – Of course we would put ourselves on the nice list… 


  • Raj Rajaratnam – Galleon ex-CEO
  • Joseph “Chip” Skowron III – Former FrontPoint Portfolio Manager
  • Jon Corzine – MF Global ex-CEO, and former New Jersey governor
  • Vikram Pandit – CEO of Citigroup (for axing jobs)
  • Brian Moynihan – CEO of Bank of America (for axing jobs)
  • The Occupy Wall Street Protesters

Now, I’m sure we have missed a few in both categories, so please feel free to add to our list!

We are signing off until next year but with great expectations for a happy and prosperous 2012 for us all!  Have a safe and happy holiday, everyone!

About Maureen Lowe

President and Founder of Financial Technologies Forum, LLC. Editor-In-Chief of FTF News. Entrepreneur, Jersey Girl that recently returned to Jersey, Loves to Bake, Married to a Kiwi, First Time Mom
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2 Responses to Wall Street’s Naughty and Nice…

  1. Naughty: Regulators for utterly failing to work together or with restraint. Risk managers at MF Global and UBS. Firms sending malformed FIX messages through their risk gateways to the exchanges to comply with 15c3-5.

    Nice: Barney Frank for retiring.

  2. Maureen Lowe says:

    V. Funny as usual Adam. I would like to add XSP to the nice list for their fundraising efforts for the Alabama tornado victims.

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