Looking in SEC disclosures for the next LTCM

15 August 2018/No Comments
By Nick Dunbar

This September will see two important financial crisis anniversaries. Not only will it be ten years since Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, but also twenty years since the near-collapse of the hedge fund Long-Term Capital Management. Amid all the reforms to the global banking system and trading infrastructure since 2008, it’s worth asking the question: could an outsized hedge fund threaten the financial system today in the same way that LTCM did in 1998?

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