Two of the largest banks in the world, which reap massive explicit and implicit subsidies from the government, were criminal enterprises for at least a decade. Each engaged in violations that were vastly larger than Liberty Reserve.
To my knowledge, no one has taken a look at the symptomatology leading up to the 2008 crash from the perspective of Wall Street's prevailing corporate culture, with the insights only these two authors can provide.
Standard Chartered Bank has agreed to settle charges that it engaged in as much as $250 billion of illicit banking transactions on behalf of Iran in recent years. But this is not the end of its troubles. It's just the beginning.