'Treasury ditched Lehman investors'

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p7
The article reports on the accusation that the Treasury lack the support for investors of financial services provider Lehman Brothers in Great Britain. Member of Parliament Ed Vaizey accused the government of ditching a couple of investors who lost a remarkable amount in structured products from Lehman Brothers because of its bankruptcy. He criticized the Treasury for associating the losses with poor investment performance.


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