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Nothing shows a banker or financier has arrived like having a prominent architectural edifice named after him. Some who've enjoyed such distinction have gone on to garner public attention for far less flattering matters, including serious legal troubles. Here's a look at prominent figures, and institutions, that fit the profile. (Image: Thinkstock)
Stevie Cohen's E.R.
Steven A. Cohen's hedge fund, SAC Capital Advisors, was recently indicted for alleged involvement in insider trading (Cohen himself has not been charged). Cohen, who made billions running SAC, gave $50 million in 2011 to Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, which is part of New York-Presbyterian. The hospital's high-tech, family-friendly emergency room is named after Cohen and his wife, Alexandra. (Image: Bloomberg News)