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Subprime broking

28 August 2013 By Dominic Elliott, Neil Unmack

Lehman taught hedge funds to spread business across multiple prime broking units in investment banks. But leverage and liquidity rules may make the banks hike prices and become pickier about custom. That could mean fewer brokers, bigger hedge funds – and costlier blowups.

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