New Book On The Financial Crisis And The Wealth Gap: There Were No Banks In The Stone Age

Ex-Banker Reveals Surprising Facts About TARP, Taxes, Wealth Gap And The Need To Increase The US Savings Rate
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March 11, 2012 - PRLog -- New York and Hong Kong, March 12, 2012 --  William Lau announces the publication of his new book, There Were No Banks In The Stone Age.

The book takes a fresh, and hard-hitting look at the key issues surrounding the financial crisis and beyond, including who is to blame, what happened to the TARP money, the fairness of the income tax system, bankers' compensation, but most importantly, capitalism, the wealth gap, and the U.S. savings rate.  Although an ex-banker and one of the 1%, his book including the analyses and the conclusions will surprise many on both sides of the fence, both the 1% and the 99%.  Even if it doesn't change the reader's opinion about everything, it will compel the reader to re-examine many aspects of the financial crisis, the wealth gap, the low savings rate.

The book is available at many major online ebook retailers, including Amazon, Kobo, Diesel's eBook Store, and Smashwords.  It will appear in iBooks and B&N in the near future.

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About William Lau
William Lau is a recently retired investment banker who spent 28 years working in two leading global investment banks in New York and Hong Kong.  He is a graduate of Phillips Academy, Harvard College where he graduated Cum Laude with an A.B. degree in Economics, and The University of Chicago where he graduated with an MBA.  Prior to his retirement, he was an Equity Capital Markets professional at a leading investment bank.
Mr. Lau is currently a lecturer at two leading universities.
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