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The UBS musings are notes I wrote during spare time while working at UBS.
Some people find the subject of sociopathy upsetting, linking it I believe with violent criminal behavior. However I am much more interested in those sociopaths who pass successfully in the general population. The ability to do so, I believe, depends upon two factors: the ability to rein in one’s wants and the ability to recognize predictable outcomes. Sociopaths basically feel entitled to everything and want everything they see. A low level sociopath will simply start helping himself and quickly end up in legal trouble — a problem with both factors. Many years ago I worked at another investment bank, whose CEO I considered a likely sociopath. With many of his senior hirings he essentially created a community of sociopaths. The problem was that after a while only lies went up the chain of command. So he lost managerial oversight, and, on top of that, members of his staff simply could not keep their fingers out of the cookie jar. He was fine on both factors above, personally, but his staff was not — they destroyed the company, which went out of business.