More than questions of power, money hates democracy because democracy takes time.
Markets don't take time. Markets can move immediately. Or so money believes.
Of course, not all markets move immediately. Real estate doesn't move immediately. Corporate investments don't move immediately. When decisions have to be made, corporate boards can make them quickly. In a crisis, money can accelerate things.
Democracy can't. In a crisis, democracy actually grinds more slowly. Everyone whose ox may be gored (and that means everyone) wants to be heard in a crisis, wants equity in a crisis.
But crises don't wait. And when money is on the line in a crisis, time is money. Thus money loses patience with democracy, it would rather have autocracy at that point.