Where Are They Now? Wall Street’s Post-Crash Exiles

  • The former co-president and co-COO of Goldman Sachs paid $460,000 in 2005 for a horse named I Sho Spensive. He is now ranching in Colorado.

  • Goldman's former head of mortgages once said, “Regret, to me, means something you feel you did wrong. And I don’t have that.” He is spending more time with his family and in his community.

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  • Cayne, who was at a 10-day bridge tournament in Nashville as Bear’s hedge funds collapsed, is now said to be playing bridge.

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  • The Times called the former Goldman co-president “aloof… smooth and at times imperious." He co-founded a film production firm named for Moby Dick.

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  • The former Merrill CEO played a lot of golf alone during his firm's final days. He is now on the board at Alcoa and is said to be playing squash and golf.

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  • Nicknamed Darth Vader, the former Lehman Brothers president and chief operating officer has been said to be looking for a job. Last year, he filed a compensation claim for $232,999,548.71 in Lehman’s bankruptcy proceedings.

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  • Merrill's ex-vice chairman and chief operating officer Ahmass Fakahany -- an O’Neal ally put in charge of risk management, a subject he didn’t know much about -– is currently investing in restaurants.

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  • The Guardian called the Former Lehman Brothers chief financial officer “underqualified and overpromoted.” She has left the business world and is living in East Hampton, reportedly attending a spinning class called Kick Ass Zone.

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  • The former AIG Financial Products chief led the secretive, highly-paid and ultimately catastrophic unit that sold trillions of dollars of protection on subprime mortgages, and is said to be living in London or Connecticut.

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  • Attorney General Cuomo sued the ex-Bank of America CEO for fraud, alleging the bank hid Merrill Lynch’s losses from investors during the merger. He is said to be traveling and “spending time with his family.”

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  • Treasury secretary Henry Paulson -- a frequent dry heaver, according to his memoir -- joined Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies last year.

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