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Introduction

Enron

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Bush administration

-George W Bush
-Dick Cheney
-Paul O’Neill
-Spencer
 Abraham
-Donald Evans
-Karl Rove
-John Ashcroft
-Lawrence
 Lindsey
-Thomas White
-Robert Zoellick
-Clinton
 administration:
 Robert Rubin

British connection

Investigators and regulators

Robert Rubin
Robert RubinName: Robert Rubin

Current job: Chairman of the executive committee of the board of directors of Citigroup

Link to Enron: Mr Rubin, the Treasury Secretary under former President Bill Clinton, is said to have called his old department on behalf of Enron as its financial problems became a crisis.

The Treasury Department says Mr Rubin contacted the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, Peter Fisher, on 8 November – a month before Enron’s collapse.

Citigroup is one of Enron’s main creditors, and Mr Rubin is reported to have asked Mr Fisher about the possibility of pressing bond-rating agencies not to downgrade their estimate of Enron bonds to avoid a crisis of confidence in the energy group.

The Treasury Department says Mr Fisher opposed the idea.
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US Treasury Department
Citigroup

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