Financial crisis CEOs: Where are they now?

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. 

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