In the article titled Men want more testosterone, the world needs less in the Globe and Mail on Sep. 27, 2011, Margaret Wente states:
Perhaps you’ve noticed that not a single woman was involved with the reckless speculation that led to the debacle of 2008, and to the European banking crisis of today.
I think, to be clear, that "involved" ought to be limited to those who were making decisions that could have contributed to – or averted – the 2008 financial crisis.
Some time ago I read All the Devils are Here, which I thought was an excellent piece on the topic, and though I recall women being involved in the crisis I cannot recall who it was or to what extent they may have been involved.
Is it true that not a single woman was involved in the speculation leading to the 2008 financial crisis?