Surveillance Special: 10 Years After the Crisis
Published September 14, 2018
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    It is September 15, 2008. Employees are pouring out of Lehman Brothers with boxes. The financial services firm has collapsed. In the 10 years since the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history, what have we learned? What has changed and what hasn't? This week, we reflect on the financial crisis with experts from Wall Street, central banks, and academia. This Surveillance Special is a compilation of those interviews. 
    Guests include: Former Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker, BlackRock's Rupert Harrison, McKinsey Global Institute's Susan Lund, Bloomberg's Yalman Onaran, Grisanti Capital Management's Chris Gristanti, Former ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet, Unicredit's Erik Nielsen, University College London's Mariana Mazzucato, Former IMF Chief Economist Kenneth Rogoff, RBS Chairman Howard Davies, Former Lehman CFO Brad Hintz, and BNP Paribas USA CEO Jean-Yves Fillion. 
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