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John Mayr, Marketing and Partner Development at Danish software and financial expertise provider SimCorp analyses the impact of technology in the financial industry.
Sweden's minister for Financial Markets Peter Norman has considered whether the crash five years ago of Lehman Brothers could have been softened if there were more women in the industry - the Lehman Sisters debate also draws criticism of bonus culture...
Many lessons have been learned in the five years since Lehman Brothers went bust, but perhaps not always the right lessons, according to the views of a number of Morningstar analysts.
Trilantic Capital Partners Europe, the transatlantic private equity team spun out of Lehman Brothers Merchant Banking in 2009 following the firm's collapse, believes 2013 will be a pivotal year for private equity, because the asset class historically...
Four years after Lehman Brothers suffered the largest bankruptcy in US history, a former vice president at the investment bank has warned the financial system is on a ‘collision course’ for another 2008-style event.
Quantitative models were unfairly criticised in the aftermath of the financial crisis, says legendary quant and co-creator of the Black-Scholes equation, but there’s plenty for quants to work on in the current environment