5 edition of Too big to fail found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 585-586) and index.
|Statement||Andrew Ross Sorkin.|
|LC Classifications||HB3722 .S659 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 600 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||600|
|LC Control Number||2009036494|
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Smaller institutions, which regulators exclude from their implicit promise of financial bailout, Lehman Brothers, one of the top brokerage firms, went into bankruptcy. Article Table of Contents Skip to section Expand.
MS talks with Wachovia. He follows Dick Fuld, Too big to fail book CEO of Lehman Brothers as he desperately tries to find investors to inject cash into his failing firm, and presents an inside account of the meeting of the other top firms which came together in an attempt to save Lehman.
Two days later on the 23rd, Lewis tells Fuld no but leaves the door open to talk again. Regulators around the world were having trouble understanding how all the pieces fit together. As a result, the environment for policymakers is characterized by opaqueness and uncertainty.
The first steps for credibly putting creditors of important financial institutions at risk of loss have little to do with too big to fail per se. Bernanke believes his illogic, believed it two years ago, and we're all paying for it.
Most of its business was traditional insurance products. Indeed, despite the above flaw, it is impossible to read the book without being seduced by its play-by-play breathless narrative. Simply put, weak currencies were a factor in every property boom of the 20th century, and they explain what just happened.
After a wave of panic and personal haranguing from President George W. Policymakers can enact a series of reforms that reduce expectations of bailouts for many creditors at many institutions. Citigroup offers help but by end of day says no.
Scary stuff to say the least. Even though AIG had more than enough assets Too big to fail book cover the swaps, it couldn't sell them before the swaps came due.
GS meets and picks up Too big to fail book at airport. It starts with the failure of Bear Stern, one of the biggest banks in American. Treasury Secretary amid the crisis. Willumstad gets nowhere.
Ultimately, Sorkin concludes that the lessons learned from the crisis of have largely gone unheeded. Finally, the TARP program invested public money directly in financial institutions for support. Paulson threatens U. Meanwhile, insurance firm AIG also begins to fail. Bernanke argues that the Congress must pass legislation to authorize any continued intervention by the Fed or the Treasury.
However, we are not convinced that these reforms are workable and believe that they give too much credence to personal motivations as a factor to explain bailouts.Oct 19, · Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial Systemand Themselves by Andrew Ross Sorkin book review.
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Jul 07, · Too Big to Fail_The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save Foreign Policy Association business and finance news. ― Andrew Ross Sorkin, Too Big to Fail: The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System from Crisis — and Themselves.
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