In dealing with financial fraud, the courts need more tools in their tool box.
First, create a national registry with offenders’ names and locations, similar to registries for sexual predators.
Second, require lifetime community service to teach them humility and respect for others and themselves.
Third, bar them from any connection with the financial world.
Hopefully, while in custody they’ll learn how to earn the salt that goes into their daily bread honestly, and that they must earn wealth the age-old way: by hard, honest work.