Q&A: David Sayles, Blackrock

The New York-based managing director and member of BlackRock’s financial markets advisory group tells Credit that the problems caused by toxic assets on US bank balance sheets are far from over.

Since the global financial crisis took hold in the summer of 2007, BlackRock’s financial markets advisory (FMA) practice has not been short of assignments. The group was established to help financial institutions repair damaged balance sheets; managing complex capital market exposures including securities

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