“It seems a lot about it is, like, notaries,” the Goldman source said. “I didn’t know anyone even focused on what a notary did! It almost struck me as some kind of anachronism that must have had some value in the past—which I don’t understand.”
Apparently, the idea that there are legal requirements to property and debt transfers befuddles this investment banker. Just one of many contradictions in an article that concisely shows why some have started calling these people banksters.