10 years after Lehman

SPOTLIGHT

Singapore can't avoid next crisis, but it can strengthen its resilience: Heng

A GLANCE outside the window of his Shenton Way office at the height of the 2008 global financial crisis was all it took for Heng Swee Keat, then managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, to grasp the extent to which markets and economies around the world were connected.

FORMER US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged that policy makers made two critical errors fighting the financial crisis a decade ago: They failed to see it coming with such force, then underestimated how much economic damage it would cause later.

TEN YEARS AFTER LEHMAN

Amid the inflated asset prices, excessive borrowing and threat of the unknown as central banks unwind their crisis-era policies, what impact could these have on the various asset classes?

BT EXCLUSIVE: 10 YEARS AFTER LEHMAN

A DECADE after Lehman Brothers' 2008 bankruptcy, the fallout from the Great Recession continues to threaten today's financial markets.

10 YEARS AFTER LEHMAN

WHEN the shockwave of Lehman Brothers' collapse hit Singapore 10 years ago, it sent the economy and markets reeling in unprecedented ways.

THIS WEEK’S TOPIC: Ten years on from the 2008 global economic crisis, what do you think is the biggest risk to the world economy today?