Barclay’s Chief Executive Probed Over Visit To Epstein’s ‘Pedophile Island’

The Chief Executive officer of the massive financial institution Barclays is now being probed for his ties with notorious Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. As The Daily Mail reports:

Barclays’ American chief executive Jes Staley is being investigated in Britain over his close relationship with Jeffrey Epstein who he visited in Florida when he was serving a jail term for soliciting a minor for prostitution.

Boston-born Mr Staley also admits taking a sailing trip with his wife Debbie to the paedophile’s Caribbean hideaway dubbed ‘paedo island’ in the months before he joined the Canary Wharf-based bank – but insists he cut all contact with him after that.

Prince Andrew’s child abuser friend Epstein also allegedly funneled dozens of wealthy clients to Mr Staley during his time running JP Morgan’s private bank, where customers must have assets of at least $10million.

Barclays today told the London Stock Exchange that their CEO has been ‘transparent’ about the pair’s ‘close’ but ‘professional’ relationship.


Epstein was reportedly ‘furious’ when Staley didn’t get a top job at Barclay’s three years before, indicating the depth of their relationship.


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