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Uncontrolled Risk: Lessons of Lehman Brothers and How Systemic Risk Can Still Bring Down the World Financial System

Uncontrolled Risk: Lessons of Lehman Brothers and How Systemic Risk Can Still Bring Down the World Financial System

1st Edition
By Mark Williams
Copyright: 2010

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ISBN10: 0071638296 | ISBN13: 9780071638296

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Program Details

1. The Inquisition
2. Lehman: From Humble Roots to Wall Street Contender
3. From Private to Public
4. History of Investment Banking
5. How the Investment Banking Money Machine Works
6. The Roller-Coaster 1980s
7. The 1990s: Rebuilding Years
8. Lehman's Near Death Experience
9. Innovation, Imitation and Increased Risk: Mortgage-Backed Securities
10. Lehman's Risk Management
11. The Real Estate Bet and the Race to the Bottom
12. The Bear Mauling
13. Time Runs Out
14. The Death of Lehman, Regulation, and Investment Banking
15. The Eneablers and the Deciders
Epilogue: The Post-Lehman Financial Landscape
Appendix: Lehman Brothers Chronology of Key Events