Furber, Sophia
May 2013
EG: Estates Gazette;5/18/2013, Issue 1320, p68
Trade Publication
An interview with Nick Leeson, principal for Irish restructuring and advisory firm GDP Partnership is presented. He talks about the parallels between the Irish real estate crash and the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995. Leeson relates the reason for his decision to join GDP Partnership years after he was imprisoned for bringing down Barings. He discusses the problems of the banking sector in Ireland.


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