Wall Street whistleblower considers writing book

Carmen Segarra, the Wall Street whistleblower who secretly recorded 46 hours of private conversations with her fellow regulators — casting a light on the sometimes too cosy relationship between the New York Fed and the banks it oversees — is considering writing a book, The New York Post has learned.

The newspaper reports that Segarra, a lawyer, left her job at Barclays in New York earlier this month after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, in a March 3 speech, appeared to refer to Segarra’s rocky relationship with her then-Fed colleagues.

'It is important that anyone serving the Fed feel safe speaking up when they have concerns', Yellen said in her speech in New York City before the Citizens Budget Commission.

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