10 years of Lehman collapse: What has changed since, and what has not

In the 10 years since storied investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed, sending shock waves through the world of international finance and sparking a lengthy global financial crisis, what is perhaps most surprising to many observers is that so little has changed. The genuine changes are, however, under the surface — and those too need to be examined carefully to see if they still retain their usefulness and significance as crisis resolution becomes less of a priority. On the face of it, the financial sector has paradoxically changed the least. There are still institutions that are &ldqu.....

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