Statement by Phil Angelides, Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (2009-2011), on Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Request for an Investigation of the Department of Justice’s Response to the FCIC Referrals of Potential Financial Law Breaking

Statement by Phil Angelides, Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (2009-2011), on Senator Elizabeth Warren’s Request for an Investigation of the Department of Justice’s Response to the FCIC Referrals of Potential Financial Law Breaking

Phil Angelides, who served as Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC), issued the following statement regarding today’s request by Senator Elizabeth Warren that the Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of the Inspector General investigate how the DOJ responded to the referrals made by the FCIC to the DOJ of potential violations of law … Continue reading

HUFFPOST: CalPERS Should Just Say No to Tobacco

Special to the Huffington Post CalPERS Should Just Say No to TobaccoBy Phil Angelides | April 18, 2016 In 2000, California’s two state pension funds – the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) – made history by voting to dump their $800 million investment in the tobacco … Continue reading

CNBC | The Financial Crisis: Mistake Not To Prosecute?

CNBC | The Financial Crisis: Mistake Not To Prosecute?

CNBC | The Financial Crisis: Mistake Not To Prosecute? April 2016 –Phil Angelides, former California state treasurer and commissioner of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, discusses the investigation into the 2009financial crisis and the Commission’s referral for potential prosecution of some of the big names like Robert Rubin, Charles Prince and Stanley O’Neal.

Statement by Phil Angelides, Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (2009-2011) on Today’s Release by the National Archives and Records Administration of FCIC Documents and Materials

Sacramento, CA – Phil Angelides, who served as Chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC), issued the following statement today in response to theNational Archives and Records Administration (NARA) releasing some documents and materials related to the FCIC’s investigation into the causes of the financial crisis: “The public has the right to see the … Continue reading

FINANCIAL TIMES Podcast: FCIC Chair Turns Up the Heat

From the Financial Times: Five years after producing the US government’s official report on the financial crisis, Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission chairman Phil Angelides has written a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch asking why the Department of Justice has yet to hold Wall St executives accountable for the damage. Mr Angelides explains his position … Continue reading