“Who let Lehman Brothers get so big, who let it fail, and why…”
Dez anos depois, da queda de um “too big to fail”… O “mistério dentro de um enigma” da queda que mudou o mundo é aqui revelado e muito bem explicado por Shah Gilani. Com nomes, datas, locais e outros pormenores. Ou, “teaser”, como a Goldman arrumou a Lehman…
Ten years ago, on September 15, 2008, Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. failed in spectacular fashion. The implosion of the $600 billion in assets investment bank immediately triggered the financial crisis, which led directly to the Great Recession. But none of that had to happen. Lehman could have been saved or, at least, slowly and systematically unwound. The financial crisis could have been averted, and the Great Recession should never have happened. Those events happened for good reasons in hindsight. Not good for you, me, the economy, or America, but good for the re-shaping of political and banking powers who benefited from what they let happen.”
Wall Street Insights & Indictments: Ten Years On: Who Let Lehman Brothers Fail?