15 September 2018 marks 10 years since the collapse of Lehman and the definitive moment of arguably the worst financial markets crisis in living memory. The political and regulatory response has been massive. Every aspect of the crisis has been examined and steps taken to try to ensure that it does not happen again.
The “decade on" anniversary is a time to take stock; what in fact transpired in the face of the uncertainty the financial world faced 10 years ago? How has the financial world changed? What are the lessons? Have we learned in time? We have prepared a series of articles addressing some of the key issues. The first article highlights 10 big changes since the crisis. Five of these themes are then developed further in linked articles.
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