Come Back to Fifth and Broad, Frankie Q.

The SEC has now joined in the “Free Frank” efforts, setting aside a former disciplinary decision preventing ex-investment banker Frank Quattrone from associating with sordid Wall Street sorts.

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  1. Frank (Quattrone) is Free
  2. Quattrone and IPO allocations — Wrong!
  3. “He’s no Mike Milken”
  4. Why Won’t Female Financiers Break More Laws?
  5. MBAs: Now, Never, or Later

Comments

  1. Ajay says:

    Is it me or wasn’t there a different post right after this one that got taken down? Any explanation, Paul? I seem to remember enjoying it.

  2. Nope, nothing there. Maybe you’re think of comments to this other recent investment banking post.

  3. Ajay says:

    Hmmm, I could have sworn that I loaded up your site and that this Quattrone post was the second one up. I then reloaded your site sometime later (as I often obsessively do) and this was the first post up, the post that came after it taken away. It would help if I could remember what the disappearing post was, I just remember thinking it was good. Maybe my irregular sleeping schedule is starting to mess with my head… or maybe there is a conspiracy theory!!!

  4. Ajay says:

    OK, I found the smoking gun. After maybe 30 seconds of searching, I found a copy of the post sitting in a corner on your server. I’m guessing you took it down for personal reasons but you missed a copy.

  5. There was? I have no idea. I don’t generally take anything down here, unless it’s spam or my own intemperate stuff, so I’m curious what it was. Can you email me my deletia?

  6. Ajay says:

    The link’s in the mail.