UBS shows banks must never think they're well run
Boring equals dangerous
The Libor fines widen the already gigantic gap between pre-crisis self-image and reality at the Swiss bank. Even after a big 2008 mea culpa, rates traders engaged in routine, casual wrongdoing. The bank was so convinced it was fundamentally boring that it couldn’t face reality.
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