A couple invested in a Lehman Brothers-backed structured product will not be able to claim £165,000 back after the UK Financial Ombudsman Service rules it was not mis-sold by Meteor
Despite massive investment in human capital and technical resources, risk managers failed to warn about the dangers of toxic assets and excessive leverage in the run-up to the global financial crisis....
Five years on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the chaos that followed is now being erased from some value-at-risk models – and clearing houses do not agree on how to prop up their margin requirements....
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September 2013 marks the fifth anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers - a collapse that triggered the greatest financial crisis of our generation. Much has been said about real estate bubbles, credit issues and liquidity crunches, but did operational...
The question of how to decide whether an investor is a professional and can therefore be a suitable target for more complex structured products was the leading debate at the Structured Products Asia conference, which took place on September 2 in the Renaissance...
The severing of the link between investor and banker may have been one of the most important contributors to the financial crisis. That problem is unlikely to occur in the hedge fund industry
The people at Missold Investments help investors find evidence of mis-selling in the brochures of their Lehman Brothers-backed structured products so they can get their money back. Vita Millers talks to founder Peter Howard
Collateral quality and depth are playing an increasingly important role in a market characterised by systemic risks and high correlations among asset classes, including commodities. That is a trend that should concern energy risk managers, argues Stephen...
Regulators' demands for more transparency are loading a heavy burden on to compliance, IT and operational risk teams at financial institutions. But collecting the data could have unforeseen benefits too. Alison Ebbage reports
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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