'Surviving Financial Corruption' is a fascinating memoir about the effects of a financial conspiracy and the recovery of a self-made business man. Jerry Krudop leads us through a path of treacherous emotions of a financial catastrophe; he will provoke you to laughter, deep thoughts and even a cry over the excitement and experience of these unimaginable acts of, 'The attack of a rouge bank', resulting in his emotional and financial devastation. Let's just make it plain; corruption has prejudices. In today's environment of corruption, the smartest, hardest working, educated, and most accomplished are falling victim to the corruption in areas we could have never imagined. Jerry shares his personal struggles of being raised in a broken family, by his single mother, rising up to the heights of financial fame, all in small town USA. He describes the criminal acts of deception and betrayal by the once trusted CEO and board of directors of a local banking institution, in which he trusted with his fortune and fame that almost cost him his life. This story is one that has been experienced by many who have struggled through the battles of financial success and have experienced the betrayal by one of those you trusted most. Join Jerry in his journey through his mental and physical recovery, accepting the truths of deception while gaining wisdom through his trials. He is faced with a dynamic struggle, whether to use the talents earned by this catastrophe for the benefit of good or be coerced into the vacuum of corruption.