As expected, the scapewhaling of (former) JPMorgan marine wildlife has begun:
- EX-JPMORGAN EMPLOYEES GROUT, MARTIN-ARTAJO CHARGED BY U.S.
- CHARGES INCLUDE CONSPIRACY TO FALSIFY BOOKS AND RECORDS
- U.S. ATTORNEY SAYS TO HOLD PRESS CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TO DISCUSS CHARGES AGAINST MARTIN-ARTAJO, GROUT
As we reported yesterday, the "other" Frenchman, Bruno Iksil, not to be confused with Goldman's own Fab Tourre scapegoat, will not be charged because the man at the center of the London Whale affair has now become the London Snitch.
Of course, Jamie Dimon was busy polishing his White House cufflink for the duration of the London CIO fiasco and had absolutely no idea what was going on.
So does any of the scapewhales listed above have enough dirt on the cufflinked man below to be dangerous to the firm with the "fortress balance sheet?"