Michele Davis
Michele Davis was sworn in as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the Department of the Treasury on August 7, 2001.

August, 2001 - John Fund was living with Morgan at his apartment in Jersey City, or she is there cleaning it up, redecorating, and advancing Fund money on the repairs he asked her to carry out.  It is doubtful anyone in Fund's acquaintance realized how non-functional he was in his personal life.  Morgan said, and given the photos of his apartment this was an under statement, he was unable to handle normal life.  Fund's reliance on Morgan for ensuring he had a functioning computer, witnessed by his routine use of hers because his was on the futz, is another indicator.  

The acquaintance between Fund and Davis appears, from the Enron Letters to be civil and friendly.  Read the letters here.  So was it Davis who arranged to close Morgan's account and hand the money over to John Fund?  If not Fund, then who could it have been?  Perhaps Davis would be willing to make a statement on this.

Michele Davis is perfect for this role, as well as the one in Too Big To Fail 

Wiki: Michele began working as an advocate for free market economics at Citizens for a Sound Economy from 1991 to 1994. From 1997 to January 2001, Michele served as Communications Director for the House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-Texas), during which time she advised Congressional leadership on communications strategy for the House agenda.

In 2013 Davis went on to Morgan Stanley.