Institutional Investor Reports on the Legacy of Lehman Five Years After Its Collapse

Institutional Investor Reports on the Legacy of Lehman Five Years After Its 
Collapse 
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 09/11/13 --  Five years after the
collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings triggered the worst financial
crisis since the Great Depression, Institutional Investor today
marked the anniversary with a major editorial package, "The Legacy of
Lehman." In a series of five in-depth articles, II writers shine a
light on the dramatic evolution in the world of finance since 2008,
and show where the big dangers lurk today.  
"The cataclysm shook the U.S. financial system to its core and pushed
the world economy to the brink of depression," said Tom Buerkle,
International Editor at Institutional Investor. "Five years later
much has changed, yet big, often incalculable, risks remain." 
Institutional Investor's Legacy of Lehman series will include: 


 
--  "Is It Safe Yet?" An examination of the unfinished agenda of
    regulation, showing how officials have failed to properly address some
    of the biggest problems areas, such as too-big-to-fail banks and the
    sprawling derivatives markets.
--  "Taper Tantrum." How the Federal Reserve is weighing its exit options
    from the extraordinary monetary policies of the past five years, and
    why that move is bound to generate volatility -- and possibly trigger
    a new recession.
--  "Emerging Tensions." Why emerging markets economies are no longer a
    safe haven, and a look at the factors that will distinguish the
    winners from the losers.
--  "Europe's Weak Link." Why European banks remain one of the biggest
    sources of systemic risk in the financial system today despite the
    belated efforts of banks and regulators.
--  "Renminbi Time." A look at how the Chinese currency is taking major
    strides to become a rival to the dollar and the euro notwithstanding
    the recent slowdown in China's economy.

  
The complete series can be viewed by visiting
www.institutionalinvestor.com.  
For more information, please contact Kristen Pettersen at
kpettersen@institutionalinvestor.com or +1 (212) 224-3562. 
About Institutional Investor 
For more than 45 years, Institutional Investor has consistently
distinguished itself among the world's foremost financial
publications with groundbreaking journalism and incisive writing that
provides essential intelligence for a global audience. In addition,
Institutional Investor offers a host of proprietary research and
rankings that serve as respected industry benchmarks. For more
information visit www.institutionalinvestor.com. 
Contact: 
Kristen Pettersen
Kristen.pettersen@institutionalinvestor.com 
(212) 224-3562 
 
 
Press spacebar to pause and continue. Press esc to stop.