New Updated List Resignations Total: 760 April 2, 2012

New Updated List Resignations Total: 760 April 2, 2012

Posted By: Susoni [Send E-Mail]

Date: Tuesday, 3-Apr-2012 09:26:14

From CGI’s Xenolith. CGI is Rumor Mill News readers forum
This list chronicles all top level resignations since the start of 2012.
Presented below are four categories:
Banking & Financing (includes insurance)
Government (includes public services & churches)
Companies & Businesses
While it’s not unusual for a top level executive/politician/industry
leader to resign, it IS highly suspect when a great number of them are
resigning at the same time.
All taking place in a very short amount of time as well.
Also note how most of the resignations are taking place in the banking & financing world.
Different sources are saying that these ‘mass resignations’ are
indicative of a larger trend leading towards ‘mass arrests’ of criminal
and corrupt elites which are soon to follow.
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Other list (banking & finance only):
Tally :
Totals for all three categories (since Jan 02):
Banking & Financing – 319
Governments – 173
Companies etc. – 268
Total: 760
Banking & Financing:
4/02/12 (UK) Chief executive of the British Bankers’ Association Angela Knight steps down
(Week 13: 25 resignations)
3/30/12 (USA) Blackstone Group CIO Harry Moseley steps down
3/30/12 (USA) Aon Corp (insurance) board-member Andrew McKenna resigns
3/30/12 (USA) Pennsylvania capital’s financial overseer David Unkovic resigns
3/30/12 (AUSTRALIA) Tyndall Asset Management managing director Craig Hobart resigns
3/30/12 (UK/EU) Reconstruction Capital II Ltd. (private/listed equities) board member Franklin P. Johnson Jr. resigns

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