Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Sarkozy Wants Former-Goldman Man to Head The European Central Bank

No surprise here. French President Nicolas Sarkozy threw his weight behind Mario Draghi's candidacy to head the European Central Bank on Tuesday, reports Reuters.

Draghi, the current head of Italy's central bank, is a former vice chairman and managing director of  Goldman Sachs International.

Sarkozy's half brother, Oliver Sarkozy, heads the banking division of the other premier elitist money firm, The Carlyle Group. 

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