It's been five years since the spectacular collapse of global financial services firm, Lehman Brothers, which recorded the largest bankruptcy filing in US history.
Lehman's, which managed a staggering $600 billion in assets, was the world's biggest casualty of the sub-prime mortgage crisis, the effects of which are still being felt today.
Lehman Brothers was involved in a major controversy over executive pay, most notably that of the chief executive, Richard Fuld, who admitted to receiving $300 million over eight years, an equivalent of $37.5 million a year.
Fuld, who described himself as "the most hated man in America" during the inquiry following the collapse of the 158-year-old bank, wasattacked and knocked out cold, allegedly by a disgruntled colleague.
Five years on and bankers are still hated, but the US banking industry has recovered to record profitability.
So, what are the movers and shakers that ran the financial giant up to these days?
The answer is in today's infographic from the International Business Times.
Thoughts on customer service, communication and, of course, reputation management.