Mr. Epstein, who was charged this month
with sex trafficking of teenage girls, liked to portray himself as a
financial wizard, someone whose business and investing acumen made him
indispensable to corporate executives and other leaders. But there is
little evidence to support that notion. The financial services that Mr. Epstein dispensed appear to have been mostly pedestrian, and his list of clients small.Mr. Epstein nonetheless managed to affix himself to a handful of prominent Wall Street veterans, including Mr. Staley, who is now chief executive of the British bank Barclays.
Publisher: NYTimes | Author: Kate Kelly