According to Financial News, around “210 former employees at the bank, from those who were junior analysts at the time of the crash to senior managing directors, are expected to attend” the London gathering, which will reportedly be held some time in September at an undisclosed venue.

The failure of Lehman Brothers in 2008—which Rolling Stone‘s Matt Taibbi argued was caused by the New York firm’s widespread criminality—caused a “financial tsunami” that reached across the globe, spurring massive bank failures, a global market meltdown, and a foreclosure crisis that continues to this day.

In the U.S., no Wall Street executives were prosecuted for their role in the “obscene criminal scandals” that wrecked the global economy and devastated millions.

A decade following the financial collapse, the largest Wall Street firms are bigger than ever and pocketing record profits thanks to U.S. President Donald Trump’s $1.5 trillion tax cuts.

As Common Dreams reported, massive banks are also set to benefit from a recently passed bipartisan deregulation bill that analysts argued will significantly heighten the risk of yet another financial crisis.

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