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Project to track dangerously concentrated exposures to stocks has garnered attention of US regulators
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Executives wilfully ignored every bell, buzzer and klaxon of the risk alarm systems
The Swiss bank publishes a report on the Archegos blow-up, which left it nursing losses of $5.5bn.
New unit to track trading positions of major clients and their potential impact on bank
Systemic problems around the use of collateral in trading remain
Swiss bank suffered $5bn hit from collapse of Bill Hwang’s fund and pledged to rein in risk
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Central bank says Archegos collapse shows it lacks tools to see full extent of risk-taking
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Family office plans possible wind-down as prime brokers look to recoup funds
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