Ten years after the crash

The financial crisis brought the global economy to the brink. In this special issue of the FT Weekend Magazine, writers and columnists explore whether enough has been done to stop it happening again

As cheap money floods global economy, Patrick Jenkins asks if a similar mess looms

Subprime loans were one of the main causes of the financial crisis. So why is lending to high-risk borrowers making a comeback?

‘While we were strong enough to deal with the crisis a decade ago, we are not in the same position today’

Dennis Grainger, who lost his savings, on his battle to win justice for shareholders

The FT’s banking editor picks the names and numbers that help explain the lender’s rise and fall

How a financial collapse reshaped economies, markets, politics — even our culture