A New Risk Vision

Special Report

What started as a banking crisis in the US soon spread worldwide. Over the course of a few weeks, investment firms across the global found themselves insolvent or in need of capital. Regardless of who is to blame, the bottom line is that sophisticated banks such as Lehman Brothers profoundly underestimated their interdependencies and the impact of sub-prime loans on their livelihoods. Their risk processes, systems and models failed and this left the firms insolvent or in dire need of

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