As we mark the decade anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, asset allocators and fund selectors remember 'the emotional impact' of the event that saw close to $10trn (£7.68trn) losses in global equity markets, fuelling the worst financial crisis in recent history, and explain how it affected them as investors.
One CIO has described the collapse of Lehmans as a "scar" that those who worked through the event bear, while another commentator asserts that every investor who was active at the time will have been affected....
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