The liquidity crisis that blew up out of the sub-prime credit downturn reveals big gaps in understanding between senior managers at banks and the credit structurers. It also poses many questions to regulators and investors. Fairly sharing out the blame and guessing what comes next remain challenges, finds Peter Lee.
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