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Jesse Eisinger

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Jesse Eisinger is a senior reporter at ProPublica.

In April 2011, he and a colleague won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for a series of stories on questionable Wall Street practices that helped make the financial crisis the worst since the Great Depression. He won the 2015 Gerald Loeb Award for commentary. He has also twice been a finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting.

He was a regular columnist for The New York Times’s Dealbook section. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The NewYorker.com, The Washington Post, The Baffler, The American Prospect and on NPR and "This American Life." Before joining ProPublica, he was the Wall Street Editor of Conde Nast Portfolio and a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, covering markets and finance.

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, the journalist Sarah Ellison, and their daughters.

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Did Citi Get a Sweet Deal? Bank Claims SEC Settlement on One CDO Clears It on All Others

A $285 million SEC settlement appears to wipe the slate clean on Citi's multi-billion-dollar CDO business.

Trust Bust: Why No One Believes the Banks

A Rogue to the Rescue: UBS Scandal Reinforces Need for Strict Volcker Rule

Tackling Reams of Bank Data Can Take Diligence, and Trust

Bank of America Gets Buffetted

In U.S. Stress Tests, a Tool to Gauge Contagion in Europe

Once Unthinkable, Breakup of Big Banks Now Seems Feasible

In U.S. Monetary Policy, a Boon to Banks

After SEC Settlement With JPMorgan, Will Other Banks Pay Too?

Many other banks created deals with similar characteristics to the transaction that resulted in JPMorgan's $154 million settlement with the government. But the SEC still faces big challenges in wresting more settlements from banks.

Misdirection in Goldman Sachs’s Housing Short

From Dodd-Frank to Dud: How Financial Reform May Be Going Wrong

Some fear the grandest ambitions of the law passed last year to reform the nation's financial system are being undermined in the rule-making process.

For One Whistle-Blower, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

In HBO’s ‘Too Big to Fail,’ the Heroes Are Really Zeroes

Watch carefully, and you'll see how the three men who saved the world—Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, NY Fed's Timothy Geithner, and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson—get it wrong again and again and again.

At a Time of Needed Financial Overhaul, a Leadership Vacuum

More Power Over Wall Street, but Little Chance to Discuss It

U.S. Senate Investigation Gives New Details on Magnetar

Citing reports by ProPublica, lawmakers describe the hedge fund's role in the collateralized debt obligations business.

Vows of Change at Moody’s, but the Flaws Remain the Same

In Debate Over Bank Capital Regulation, a Trans-Atlantic Gulf

In Proposed Mortgage Fraud Settlement, a Gift to Big Banks

A Test Where the Banks Had the Questions and the Answers

Jesse Eisinger
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