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The Last Days of Lehman Brothers

Synopsis

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Skilful drama recounting three momentous days that shook the financial world. September 2008: the heads of Wall Street's three biggest investment banks are summoned to a late-afternoon meeting by the US Treasury Secretary to discuss the plight of Lehman Brothers. After six months' turmoil, the fourth largest player on Wall Street is on life support and the government is about to pull the plug.
Writer Craig Warner ; Producer Lisa Osborne
Director Michael Samuels
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel See also The Love of Money tomorrow at 9pm Crash of the titans: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Warner
Producer: Lisa Osborne
Director: Michael Samuels
Hank Paulson: James Cromwell
John Thain: Ben Daniels
Dick Fuld: Corey Johnson
Zach: Michael Landes
Ken Lewis: James Bolam
Tim Geithner: Alex Jennings
Bart McDade: William Hope
John Mack: Henry Goodman
Lloyd Blankfein: Peter Polycarpou
Jamie Dimon: Michael Brandon
Harvey Miller: Richard Durden
Samantha: Lauren Ward
Greg Fleming: David Annen
Ace: Joshua Dallas
Ezzy: Katrena Rochell
Donna Lewis: Laura Brook






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