Business Insider, Here’s How The London Whale Got Away With Murder At JP Morgan London, here.
…sometimes Mr. Iksil resisted sharing some details of his moves, according to a colleague.Mr. Iksil once confided to the colleague that when he wanted to avoid questions from supervisors about his trades, he sometimes would start discussing a mathematical term, equation or other technical jargon, to confuse and end the conversation. “He wasn’t trying to evade, he sometimes just didn’t have patience if it was his trading idea,” the colleague said.
I’m pretty sure the people asking the nosy questions were massively confused even before the London Whale started talking. The Whale is a trader not a Wizard. That part in the Wizard of Oz when the Scarecrow gets a brain; that’s a movie. Let’s see some of the people with the deflected questions complaint summarize what they have learned since this all became public. Let’s see the confusing jargon or even just examples of the confusing jargon, that would be awesome. Never explain, never complain. Why is Clusterstock taking so long in linking the London Whale story to the most eligible batchelorettes on Wall Street.