We have updated our Terms of Use.
Please read our new Privacy Statement before continuing.

See something, say something

20 February 2007 By John Christy

A court has ruled Bear Stearns should have blown the whistle on Manhattan Investment sooner. But the firm did raise red flags. Bear Stearns must cough up $160m. But prime brokers have better reasons to scrutinise their clients than avoiding court penalties.

This content is for Subscribers only


Email a friend

Please complete the form below.

Required fields *


(Separate multiple email addresses with commas)