The Great Debate UK

from Commentaries:

‘Living wills’ easier said than done

September 10, 2009

In the wake of the widespread chaos that accompanied the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers last September, regulators have sought to find a better way to unwind global financial giants. One approach is that the banks themselves should prepare for their own orderly demise -- a kind of "living will".

Tiptoeing toward economic recovery after Lehman

September 10, 2009

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- David Andrews is director of David Andrews Media, a financial public relations consultancy with high profile fund management and financial services clients based in the UK, Ireland, Cayman Islands, Cape Verde, Beijing, Europe and the U.S. The opinions expressed are his own. -

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Stones and glass houses, offshore tax haven edition

September 4, 2009

One of the week's more amusing stories takes us to the sun-kissed shores of the Cayman Islands, scuba diver's paradise, magnet for hedge funds and - until very recently - world-beating tax haven.

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Lehman D-Day

July 20, 2009

It's taken awhile, but a deadline for filing claims in the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy has finally been set and it's Sept. 22.

GM: Chapter 11 or bust

By David Bailey
June 1, 2009

David Bailey- Professor David Bailey works at the Coventry University Business School and has written extensively on globalisation, economic restructuring and industrial policy, with particular reference to the auto industry. The opinions expressed are his own. -