• The CEO of a $736 billion asset manager that sidestepped the most toxic casualty of the financial crisis warns of the big risk in markets right now

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Collateralized debt obligations, or CDOs, were a major financial casualty of the 2008 crisis.
    Many sounded the alarm on these instruments, including Martin Gilbert, the co-CEO of Aberdeen Standard Investments, which oversees $736 billion in assets and is the UK's largest active manager.
    In an interview with Business Insider for the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers , Gilbert shared the class of financial product he's wary about now.
    Martin Gilbert can claim bragging rights as one of the people who called the 2008 financial crisis - or at least an important part of it.
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  • The CEO of a $736 billion asset manager that sidestepped the most toxic casualty of the financial crisis warns of the big risk in markets right now

    The CEO of a $736 billion asset manager that sidestepped the most toxic casualty of the financial crisis warns of the big risk in markets right now

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Collateralized debt obligations, or CDOs, were a major financial casualty of the 2008 crisis.
    Many sounded the alarm on these instruments, including Martin Gilbert, the co-CEO of Aberdeen Standard Investments, which oversees $736 billion in assets and is the UK's largest active manager.
    In an interview with Business Insider for the 10th anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers , Gilbert shared the class of financial product he's wary about now.
    Martin Gilbert can claim bragging rights as one of the people who called the 2008 financial crisis - or at least an important part of it.
    In...
    Read more ...