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Lehman Brothers structured products

Structured products in Asia have slunk into the shadows ever since Lehman Brothers introduced the words “counterparty risk” to thousands of retail investors. But the investment class still offers value to those who know how to use it, while those selling the products have embraced simplicity and education in an effort to improve understanding among […]

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Lehman to Exit Bankruptcy – Creditors to Receive Little or Nothing

Lehman Bros. Holdings Corp., now just the odds and ends of the global financial behemoth that collapsed in September 2008, received court approval Tuesday to exit bankruptcy early next year. Lehman may now wind down its remaining operations, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James Peck said at a hearing in New York. Once a mammoth investment bank […]

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Lehman Bros. Update

The trustee liquidating Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc’s brokerage unit asked a bankruptcy judge for permission to set aside $18.3 billion of assets to be returned to customers beginning early next year. That payout would represent more than three-fourths of the $23.7 billion of assets that James Giddens, the trustee for the Lehman Brothers Inc unit, […]

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Regulators Continue to Examine Lehman Bros. Principal Protected Note Sales

Financial Regulators in 10 states including Florida, Texas, New Hampshire and Missouri, are examining whether brokers improperly sold structured notes; securities that package debt with derivatives which are typically offered to individual investors. This financial product was marketed to customers as a solid and secure investment.  They are called a ‘100 percent principal protected absolute […]

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Lehman Brothers Proposes End To Bankruptcy

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc defended on Tuesday a proposed plan to end the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history, but said it will alter certain language to resolve objections from the U.S. Trustee. Lehman filed court papers in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan asking Judge James Peck to approve the outline for its $65 billion payback […]

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