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Case Studies of Banks which are Finding the Going Tough

  • Dimitris N. Chorafas

Abstract

This chapter provides the reader with a pattern of mismanagement, a sample of what is currently happening in the financial industry. Appreciating this pattern is most important at a time when the markets are wondering just how bad things can get, and are questioning how and why we have come to the point where unwarranted greed and poor management are working in synergy to make a bad situation even worse.

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Senior Management Pension Fund Hedge Fund Fund Manager Investment Banking 
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