Robert Vesco From Wall Street to Castro's Cuba The Rise, Fall, and Exile of the King of White Collar Crime
By Arthur Herzog III
Published: August 5, 2012.
Today's high-flying, high-rolling congolmarateurs and corporate raiders are a tame lot compared to their immediate predecessors. The most notorious of these is Robert Vesco, the Kingfish himself, who in 1973 fled the United States accused of looting $250 million from investors Overseas Services.