"Mmh," Bill agreed. "You're right. I shouldn't doubt him. I didn't mind Snape when I was at school. He was still fairly new to teaching and I suppose he tolerated me because I did well in his class and he didn't have Fred and George to contend with and spoil the family name yet."
"Who knows," Bill said, rubbing his hands together. "I suggested to Harry that he talk to you about it. Maybe it'll make more sense if you work through it with him."
"As for Griphook, I knew him from the bank, yes," Bill added. "Not a bad goblin; got along with the Wizarding employees better than most of his kind. Still, there's a mess of cultural differences that make relations strained. He is quite an important contact and I intend to work with him to try to do some outreach at the bank to prevent the other goblins from being swayed by offers from the other side. Still, it's going to be difficult."
"And speaking of swayed by offers to the other side...how's work going with Fenrir's lot? If you ever need a hand, I'm happy to help. I know it's not really my place, but even setting up a small fund at Gringotts or something...anything I can do, I'm happy to try."