He was shown on a television clip yesterday laughing, he clearly doesn't give a s..t about what has gone on within the bank.
I say what about the poor (now really poor) people who have lost their homes, and their businesses as a result of the actions of the greedy bankers, and who are now probably having to rely on handouts from the Government that we the poor are going to have to fund?
It just doesn't make sense to let him away with it, the man should do the decent thing and resign, and if he won't then the shareholders must decide his fate. On top of that all those who have participated in the fraud should lose 'their' homes and businesses as well. C'mon lets get real here they are a bunch of immoral, scheming, coniving, money grabbing b......s and need to be brought to book, but guess what, it appears there isn't any current law to deal with their rigging of the LIBOR rates. A case of ah, the Law doesn't cover abuse of the LIBOR market so lets crack open another bottle of Bollinger, but now Cameron says we will make changes to the Law.
Typical and probably what we knew would happen anyway, they are going to get away with it!
I suggest there probably are existing Laws in place to get these people, just a case of finding them, but find them we must. Above all, bank customers who have lost out over this must be compensated.
Bl...y disgraceful and I am sick of it, what say you members?