No quick fix for fiduciaries on asset valuations

Fiduciary failings


Asian exposure to assets that suffered massive liquidity and pricing shocks after the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 remains significant, although on a scale smaller than in the US and Europe. Both institutional and private wealth investors are still sitting on inventories of esoteric and illiquid assets spanning structured notes, structured finance and distressed debt. Moreover, while financial institutions may have received regulatory and accounting relief during the market

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