Financial markets' inside stories: 50th anniversary special

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Jon Macaskill
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For 50 years Euromoney has provided unique stories on the biggest events in financial markets, and now we can reveal our secret – we were in the room at the time. Here’s how landmark events such as the collapse of LTCM and Lehman Brothers actually played out. From the imagination of Jon Macaskill.

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Catching Lamont_160x186Euromoney lights the fuse for the Big Bang
1985: The era when the City of London went global
     
Weill and Clinton_160x186Sandy and the Glass-Steagall repeal
1998: As the 1990s came to a close, Euromoney spent time in the US with Sandy Weill and Jamie Dimon, watching as LTCM imploded and the Glass-Steagall laws were repealed
   
O'Neal's isolation_160x186Decoding the CDO black box
2006: In the approach to the 2008 global financial crisis, Euromoney became concerned about hidden risks and complications in the structured credit markets
   
Browned off_160x186The global financial crisis
2008: While the GFC raged, Euromoney had an inside view as politicians on both sides of the Atlantic tried to save the banking system 
   
Banker_Solomon_160x186Going digital: Goldman, AI and the future of bank leadership
2008:Euromoney was involved in the succession planning at Goldman Sachs and proposed a bold experiment in digital banking recruitment