Now five years out from the financial meltdown, some of the top CEOs of financial banks are working in roles throughout the market. So where are they now? Per CNBC:
Richard Fuld, the former chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers:
Fuld left Lehman with more than $500 million. In 2010, he launched Matrix Advisors, a hedge fund, and also for a time worked with broker Legend Securities, which he left in 2012.
Ken Thompson, former CEO of Wachovia:
Thompson currently works with Aquiline Partners, a New York-based private equity firm. Thompson was a board member for HP up until March of this year.