Fire Drills for a Euro Meltdown
It’s 9 a.m. on a Friday in June, and for an emergency response drill at Legg Mason’s Baltimore headquarters, Greece has just abandoned the euro. Gathered around a conference room table, with team members from offices in London, New York, and elsewhere joining by video, 15 employees are given eight hours before markets open in Asia to assess issues such as whether they can execute trades, the status of the firm’s investments, and how workers in European offices will be paid.
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