Inauguration Day Special + A Conversation With the New York Times’ David Enrich January 22, 2021
Mea Culpa with Michael Cohen
The nation collectively exhaled a sigh of real as Joe Biden was inaugurated the 46th president of the United States. His address was a marked contrast from Trump’s dystopian American Carnage speech four years prior. But the new president inherits a nation beset by crisis and pandemic with bitter internal divisions. The elephant in the room remains the now former President Trump whose impeachment trial looms. Meanwhile America waits for justice to be served. David Enrich from the New York Times joins Michael to discuss Trump’s perilous financial future and is own date with legal jeopardy.For cool Mea Culpa gear, check out www.meaculpapodcast.com/merch
#33 David Enrich, would Trump be president without Deutsche Bank?
A story of dubious deal-making and partnerships between Germany’s biggest bank and Donald Trump.David Enrich is financial editor at The New York Times, after having worked for The Wall Street Journal for a number of years. He has a total of nearly 20 years of experience as a journalist, specialized in investigative work. His most recent research has culminated in a book about some of the questionable practices of Deutsche Bank: “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction.”In our interview, Enrich describes how his years of research into Deutsche Bank serendipitously came together with the ongoing investigations into Donald Trump’s finances.
Episode 184 Unlocked: Dark Towers - Deutsche Bank feat. David Enrich
We were thrilled to interview David Enrich, the Business Investigations Editor at the New York Times and the author of 'Dark Towers Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction'. On this episode we discuss the odd deaths plaguing the banking industry, he explains mirror trading and how it relates to money laundering, and he answers our questions on what may happen to Deutsche Bank moving forward. His book is an insightful read on the inner mischief of one of the most shady members of the finance community.Follow him on twitter below.@davidenrich
David Enrich on Deutsche Bank’s Clean-Up (Podcast)
Masters in Business
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with New York Times business investigations editor David Enrich, whose latest book is “Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction.” He is also the author of “The Spider Network: How a Math Genius and Gang of Scheming Bankers Pulled Off One of The Greatest Scams in History.”
David Enrich on Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump & an Epic Trail of Destruction
The Human Risk Podcast
On this episode, I speak to David Enrich, the New York Times Financial Editor. He's the author of a new book called Dark Towers: Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, and an Epic Trail of Destruction.We discuss the Human Risk aspects of the story and explore some of the dynamics that led to an extraordinary story.For more on Dark Towers: https://www.harpercollins.com/9780062878816/dark-towers/
The Jimmy Buffet of Dictators (feat. David Enrich)
Mueller, She Wrote
This week on Mueller, She Wrote we have an interview with David Enrich, author of "Dark Towers" from the Business Investigations Editor at the New York Times. Become a patron at patreon.com/muellershewrote Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David Enrich's new book, Dark Towers, tells the story of how Deutsche Bank became a global symbol of recklessness, greed and destruction—and the primary financial enabler of Donald Trump. This isn’t just an exposé about a dangerous bank. It’s also the deeply personal story of a senior executive, Bill Broeksmit, who served as the unofficial conscience of Deutsche Bank. In January 2014, he committed suicide. Nine days later, I started talking with his son, Val, and I followed him on a wild journey as he tried to understand why his father did what he did. Along the way, Val discovered that Bill’s personal email accounts were jammed with official Deutsche Bank documents. It's a story worth telling and one worth reading.
#235 David Enrich - Business Investigations Editor, NYT on Deutsche Bank and their Trail of Destruction
The Pomp Podcast
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Bloomberg View columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews David Enrich, finance editor at the New York Times and author of "The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Math Genius, a Gang of Backstabbing Bankers, and One of the Greatest Scams in Financial History." (That scam, of course, was the Libor scandal.) Previously the financial enterprise editor at the Wall Street Journal, Enrich has received numerous journalism awards, including an award from the Overseas Press Club for his coverage of the European debt crisis and a George Polk Award for his coverage of insider trading. Enrich's next book will be about Deutsche Bank.