"Five Years After Lehman: Risk Abounds"
Original Article by Aaron Timms of the Institutional Investor
Five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings kicked off the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, many look for the answer of whether the world is any safer. While everyone looks for an answer, U.S. and European governments draft new laws, regulators attempt to strengthen their abilities to respond to losses and institutions are implemented to monitor systematic risks and avoid future issues.
However, even with these changes, Timms comments that no one should feel safe from another potential crisis. With banks being bigger than ever and safety measures yet to be tested again real catastrophes, the days of bailouts are seemingly here to stay.