Chains of command

Reporting lines


Apportioning blame for the losses that have, since mid-2007, ravaged the balance sheets of several financial institutions in the US and Europe is a tricky business. The initial round of finger-pointing at institutions that lost billions on subprime mortgage-linked investments focused on the chief executives.

Charles Prince at Citi, Merrill Lynch's Stan O'Neal and Peter Wuffli at UBS are the most high-profile chief executives to depart so far as a result of recent losses. But with the

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