Teeth Marks on my Chopsticks, Matthew Connolly
Matthew Connolly

Teeth Marks on my Chopsticks

What’s it really like to work on Wall Street? Follow Matt Connolly as he moves from entry-level gofer to head trader to federal defendant. Fresh out of college in 1987, Connolly stumbles onto a job as a clerk at JP Morgan. Through hard work, dumb luck, and a watchful eye, he learns how to trade bonds and bahts, paper and punches. After a decade Connolly is lured from JP Morgan to start a trading desk at Deutsche Bank. He keeps climbing the rungs — and avoiding the shade. But the late nights, globetrotting, and frat-house culture are taking a toll. After twenty-one years Connolly feels old for Wall Street, and he calls it a career. But not so fast. Nine years later, he’s a federal defendant in the LIBOR scandal.
407 printed pages
Original publication



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