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Laggard Freres

26 April 2013 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The bank has endured all manner of upheaval in its 165 years, most recently the looming presence of activist investor Nelson Peltz. First-quarter results suggest a new threat: competition. Lazard suffered worse in M&A than rivals big and small. History supports a comeback.

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