What lessons have been learnt over the decade since Lehmans collapsed? (Part I)

Four-part Big Question special

Jayna Rana
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Lehman Brothers collapsed on 15 September 2008. Photo: Antoine Cau/ABACA/Press Association Images
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Lehman Brothers collapsed on 15 September 2008. Photo: Antoine Cau/ABACA/Press Association Images

In the first of this four-part Big Question, industry leaders and commentators reflect on the last ten years and discuss how the financial system has improved since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), where more work needs to be done and what could trigger the next crisis.

Ryan Dobratz (pictured) and Jason Wolf, lead portfolio managers of Third Avenue's Real Estate Value strategy Rise of passive strategies The collapse of Lehman Brothers reinforced our long-held view...

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