Mr. Clean inspired me to do a little more research on who is connected to who at NNDB: Tracking the entire world. It is a mapper. You can see who's who and who is connected to who. I looked up CARGILL first. Then I got curious and checked GE and looked at each of their executives, very interesting. It is a very easy website to use. You just click the name and it will expand the connections and then click those connections and it will expand and link back who is connected to whom and the corporations where they are CEO's, etc.... I then went searching for HSBC bank, originally called Household Finance. The mapper would not bring up HBSC or Household Finance so I got Douglas J. Flint Group Finance Director. Most HSBC ceo names do not come up on the mapper. It seems by the mapper Mr. Flint is also related to BP (the oil company he's on the board) and a partner at KPMG (a major accounting firm). I recall searching accounting boo boo's awhile back and KPMG has been involved in a lot of major ones...KPGM was involved in New Century collapse (a subprime lender) . This cased reminded me of WF making up settlement sheets. I suppose it is that "Standard Banking Practices" the bank's attorney in my case stated to the Iowa Court Of Appeals here was talking about. I'm wondering how involved was BP Oil in the price gouging going on in the last few years. Does anyone know?