The Bankster. Price: Not Available. Permanently discontinued. Ravi Subramanian. Ravi Subramanian English.
Bestselling author Ravi Subramanian, a master storyteller of financial crime and winner of the Golden Quill Readers Choice Award, returns with his most gripping thriller yet. Bankers build their careers on trust, or so everyone thinks, till a series of murders threaten to destroy the reputation that the Greater Boston Global Bank GB2 has built over the years. Publisher: Rupa Publications , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available.
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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title A cold-blooded murder at the renowned Greater Boston Global Bank Gb2 has put the bank's reputation in jeopardy.
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The relevant regulatory agencies have declined to acknowledge the shadow ledger system and to confront its implications. Take a look at this chart from the first article showing the rise in serious delinquencies in that borough. Qatar condemns deadly attack on Saudi palace in Jeddah. In this novel, Joseph Braganza, a covert CIA agent, has a lean body, small frame, toned figure and not an inch of fat. Several industries working together, through their firms associations, and well-paid operatives, collaborated over years to financialise the economy to their own benefit.
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There are more copies of this book View all search results for this book. These insurance companies know fully well that the poor and middle class do not have the ability to hire and retain competent high powered lawyers to defend their interests, either by entangling with them or in dealing with the entities that are coming after them in the above named types of life problems. All the while these banks and insurance companies are charging more than ever for premiums, simple day to day processes such as ATM machine usage, finance charges, late fees, and other highway robbery-type methods to steal from the American people.
The real estate industry, headed up by men such as Ben Carson of HUD, have now mercilessly began to crush tenants and mortgage holders, denying them basic warranties of safety and habitability, skirting all state and federal regulation so as to make a buck. If all this newly borrowed money were being used to create new technology or enhance productivity, piling up all this debt might be a risk worth taking.
But the evidence suggests that what it is mostly doing is artificially stimulating the economy.
Companies have used much of this newly borrowed money to buy back their own shares, pay special dividends to private equity investors and acquire other companies, all of which have the effect of inflating stock prices. The recent wave of richly priced mergers and overpriced stock offerings, and the declining returns offered by recent commercial real estate deals, are all good indications of a credit bubble waiting to burst.
And household debt has grown no faster than household income and is concentrated in households best able to pay it back. That limits the amount of forced or panic selling. And as before, this excess of supply relative to demand has led to a deterioration of lending standards that started in the shadow banking system and has now spread to regulated banks anxious about a further reduction in their market share. My favorite stat: During the first three months of this year, according to Trepp, a data company, interest-only loans — loans requiring no payback of principal until the loan is due — accounted for three-quarters of all new commercial real estate loans.
As before, regulated banks have discovered that they can make almost as much profit selling and lending into the shadow banking system as they can making and holding loans themselves.