Saturday, April 26, 2008

Société Générale’s Rogue Trader Finds a New Job - New York Times

Yeah, that figures...

Jérôme Kerviel, the Société Générale trader who used his knowledge of the French bank’s electronic risk controls to conceal billions in unauthorized bets, has a new job — at a computer consulting firm.

Mr. Kerviel, who was given a provisional release from prison on March 18, started work last week as a trainee at Lemaire Consultants & Associates, which specializes in computer security and system development, a spokesman for the former trader, Christophe Reille, confirmed on Friday.

Société Générale’s Rogue Trader Finds a New Job - New York Times

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