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10 Years Later, Where Are They Now?

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This weekend marks "Lehman Brothers Weekend," the 10-year anniversary of the start of the Financial Crisis. See what those instrumental in handling the crisis learned, and how our current housing market compares to the pre-crisis market.

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The Policy Makers

Some of the industry’s greatest minds discuss the lessons they learned during the housing crisis, and how it’s shaping their stance on housing policy today. Editor’s Note: This story was originally featured in the April issue of DSNews, out now.

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Royal Bank of Scotland Settles for $500 Million

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New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman this week announced a $500 million settlement between the state and Royal Bank of Scotland. The settlement relates to claims that the bank misled investors over the quality of risky mortgage-backed securities leading ...

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How Much Have Banks Been Fined Since the Crisis?

According to a tally released Tuesday by New York-based investment banking firm Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, banks have been fined $243 billion since the financial crisis in 2008. As reported by Marketwatch, repayment of the fines involves a mixture of ...

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Yellen: There’s Still More Work to Do

In a speech at the Federal Reserve's annual conference, Janet Yellen looked back at the financial crisis—as well as the insights, lessons, and reforms that came out of it. Read on to see more of Yellen's remarks.

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