...for all his crony bailout work while at the Treasury.
Deutsche Bank recently paid Geithner $200,000 for a speech. FT reports that since leaving the Treasury, he has been paid in total approximately $400,000 for three speeches.
In June alongside Nicolas Sarkozy, France’s ex-president, and Mario Monti, Italy’s former prime minister, at Deutsche Bank’s annual conference in the UK, says FT. Geithner gave a speech before taking questions from Peter Hooper, the bank’s chief economist who has invited him to participate in a “few client events this year”, the bank said.
Geithner was also the main attraction at Blackstone’s annual meeting in April, and the following month appeared at Warburg Pincus’s annual meeting.