Villains of Wall Street: Checking in on Chuck Prince

Citigroup is on the brink of disaster and may have to turn over as much as 40 percent of the bank to the government in an effort to stay solvent. So what's Chuck Prince, who served as Citi's chairman and CEO until late 2007, been up to recently? Not so much. Chuck has been spending most of his time in recent months on the golf course. Unfortunately, this has required him to make the commute from Manhattan—he sold his Connecticut mansion last fall for $5.2 million. Fortunately, his generous exit package from Citi includes an office, assistant, and full-time car and driver, so he can still recline in the backseat and read all about Citi's implosion in the Journal as he heads out to the club. All that time golfing has yet to do much for his handicap, however. But since he's relatively young and it's unlikely he'll ever land another job on Wall Street, he should have plenty of time to practice. Prince's score history is after the jump.

Villains of Wall Street: Checking in on Chuck Prince