Still Standing: Wall Streeters Who Stuck It Out

The JPMorgan CEO -- dubbed “The Golden Boy of Wall Street” by The Wall Street Journal -- continues to pilot his giant bank.

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“Throw him,” this month’s Hustler Editor’s Note says, “in jail.”

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Goldman's chief financial officer told Senator Carl Levin, “I think that’s very unfortunate to have on email,” referring to Tom Montag’s famous “shitty” line.

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Goldman's co-president and co-chief operating officer, Gary “We did not ‘bet against our clients’” Cohn is now the firm's sole president and COO.

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Morgan Stanley's former CEO said of his firm, “Clearly we made mistakes.” He continues to serve as the company's chairman.

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Co-president of Morgan Stanley in the run-up to the crisis, Gorman is now the firm's CEO. Notable quote: “We’ve clearly lost the battle for the consumer’s ear.”
Porat, who reportedly took client calls in the delivery room during her first son's birth, has moved from head of Morgan Stanley's financial institutions group to CFO.
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The Citigroup CEO complained this month about lack of warmth for bankers in New York.

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Mr. Kelly, who joined Citigroup in 2008 from the Carlyle Group, was briefly made CFO, then vice chairman, and is now chairman of global banking.

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Bank of America's global corporate and investment banking chief, Moynihan became general counsel just as the Merrill Lynch deal was wrapping up. Now he's BofA's CEO.

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Mr. Price, who was sued by Cuomo along with Ken Lewis, is now president of consumer and small business banking at BofA, where he was CFO.

Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and current Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner are said to have disliked her grandstanding. She remains nevertheless.

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