Dr. Coen Gho got a major round of investment funding from formerly-Dutch bank ABN-Amro, to expand his “GHO Clinic” in the Netherlands, build new clinics in Madrid, Aruba, and the Czech Republic, and advance his Hair Multiplication research leading to a cure.
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs was bundling up worthless subprime mortgage loans from the USA, packaging them into complex derivatives and securities, and aggressively pushing them on the international market. One of the sucker banks they found was ABN-Amro. They took bait, hook, line and sinker… ABN-Amro bought huge amounts of these worthless securities from Goldman Sachs.
Before packaging the securities tranches, Goldman Sachs colluded with US securities ratings agencies to label the cr@p as “AAA”… all the better to mark their suckers on the global markets… The bundled junk securities were actually DESIGNED TO TANK.
BEFORE Goldman Sachs sold these worthless securities that they designed to fail (because they knew they were essentially worthless and based on “liar loans” and the like) to ABN-Amro, they BET AGAINST THEM by secretly taking short positions on the junk. They did not disclose this to their sucker customers like ABN-Amro and that is why they did so well during the Credit Collapse, raking in billions while other banks failed.
Meanwhile, back in the Netherlands, ABN-Amro was feeling the heat (but didn’t know why) and found themselves a sinking ship, so they started getting really antsy about all their investments and started “calling in their chips” on people like Gho. They finally yanked the funding deal and left Gho flailing in the water. The GHO Clinic failed and so did Gho’s funding to develop HM.
So it looks very much to me like that little cue-ball headed baldie, Lloyd Blankfein is responsible for the demise of a promising HM cure.
ABN-Amro finally failed and was bought out by a consortium of the Dutch government, the Royal Bank of Scotland, and Banco Santander. They still exist under the name “ABN-Amro”, but it’s not really the same, it was massively restructured, and their shareholders lost all their investments. Many of their investment deals, like Gho’s, were terminated.