"Thank you Gary Gensler. You were supposed to have position limits in by now. You are an enabler. "
No surprise there.
After receiving a BS and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Gary Gensler spent 18 years at Goldman Sachs, making partner when he was 30, becoming head of the company’s fixed income and currency trading operations in Tokyo by the mid-’90s, and eventually the company’s co-head of finance. Questions as to whether there are conflicts of interests relating to Gensler's former employment have been raised, as has been the case in any number of former Goldman employees that go on to hold pivotal positions in the US Treasury, Federal Reserve, or as regulators.
He belongs to the banks, bought and paid for. Don't look for any help from him. An Ivy Leaguer thru and thru.