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End of an era

22 September 2008 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The last two big investment banks have agreed to become bank holding companies. That probably means a new funding model, greater regulation, less leverage and different accounting. Restoring shortterm confidence is the aim. But over time, it means less risk and less reward.

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