Ex-Lehman CEO Dick Fuld said to struggle on Wall Street

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Dick Fuld appears to remain a Wall Street pariah.

The ex-Lehman CEO Fuld and many of the company’s former executive team are unloved on the Street years after presiding over the epic implosion of one of the world’s most storied investment banking franchises.

The New York Post reports that although Fuld has been actively reaching out to his contacts since Lehman filed for the largest bankruptcy in history five years ago today, he hasn’t managed to resurface in any big way.

Fuld spends most of his days at the Midtown office of his consulting and advisory firm, Matrix Advisors, sources say.

Wall Street execs are happy to talk or break bread with him discreetly, but to do business with him in the public eye is a nonstarter, one source noted.

Another once high-flying exec, former Lehman Chief Financial Officer Erin Callan, has essentially disappeared from Wall Street.

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