Jimmy Cusack is the tough kid from a blue-collar neighborhood who made good on Wall Street. Well, almost. After a sterling start to his career, things have soured. His hedge fund has collapsed. The bank is foreclosing on his condominium. And his wife is three months pregnant. When Cusack takes a "must-have" job with Leeser Capital, a fund impervious to the capital-market woes, his real troubles begin. Forget Bernie Madoff or Gordon Gekko - there's a new villain on Wall Street, and his name is Cyrus Leeser.
In a world that moves as fast as finance does, top producers have to think three steps ahead and make snap decisions. Theirs is a blurred version of reality, one that conceals moves as much as it rewards the bold ones. All too easily, scams can be disguised as success, and plotting can be mistaken for killer instincts. And as Grove O'Rourke finds out, "Nothing obscures vulnerability like success. Nothing that is, except for friendships."
"Top Producer is Top Notch"