Lehman Brothers collapsed two years ago this week. Its passing has become an anniversary as significant as the crash of 1929, marking as it does, the beginning of a crisis in the global financial system which almost ended in collapse. Peter Chapman, author of "The last of the imperious rich" a history of Lehman Brothers talks about the lessons the regulators of today should learn from the crisis.
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