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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

The Men Who Stole the World in 2008

The Men Who Stole the World: Inside the 2008 Financial Crisis

A look at how top executives on Wall Street helped trigger a global financial crisis - and how it may happen again.

24 Jun 2019 14:16 GMT

Editor's note: This film will be removed on July 21, 2019.

More than a decade since the global economic meltdown of 2008 devastated lives across the world, no one who caused the crisis has been held responsible.

"The 2008 financial crisis displayed what the world now identifies as financial contagion," says Philip J Baker, the former managing partner of a US-based hedge fund that collapsed during the financial crisis.

Despite this, "zero Wall Street chief executives have been to prison, even though there is today absolutely no doubt that Wall Street executives and politicians were complicit in creating the crisis," he says.

Baker was among the few relatively smaller players imprisoned for the part they played.

In July 2009, he was arrested in Germany and extradited to the United States where he faced federal court on charges of fraud and financial crimes.

He pled guilty and was sentenced to 20 years in prison for costing some 900 investors about $294mn worldwide. He served eight years in jail and is now on parole and advocates against financial crime.

"I've been asked why did I break the line," says Baker.

"I wanted to protect what I had: money, family, power. Everybody does that, don't they? ... How many people say 'No, I don't want the power, I don't want the money' and walk away?"

"Time and time again the people that they're going after are these little minnows. They're not going after the big fish, are not going after the bankers for the most part, they're certainly not going after the senior executives at the banks or other big financial institutions that were the decision-makers leading up to the financial crisis." -- David Enrich, Finance editor for the New York Times
Baker's arrest came amid mounting pressure to prosecute the top executives that helped lay the groundwork for the 2008 collapse.

But the hand of the law has not extended to the very top of the pyramid.

Lehman Brothers, one of the biggest offenders, went bankrupt on 15 September 2008. As a result, the New York Stock Exchange had its biggest drop in a single day since 9/11.

"When you are talking about the Lehman bankruptcy, you are talking about the largest single bankruptcy in the history of financial institutions," says Anton R Valukas, a former US attorney and Lehman Brothers bankruptcy examiner.

Many experts say cases like Baker's are just a distraction - his hedge fund is pennies compared with some multi-billion-dollar investment companies - while those truly responsible get away.

Lehman's former CEO, Dick Fuld, got to keep his money and continues working in the industry today.

"This is a classic example of where the Justice Department takes a shortcut. They want to generate publicity for themselves as going after financial crooks and everyone wants them to do that," says David Enrich, finance editor for the New York Times.

"Time and time again the people that they're going after are these little minnows. They're not going after the big fish, are not going after the bankers for the most part, they're certainly not going after the senior executives at the banks or other big financial institutions that were the decision-makers leading up to the financial crisis."

In the decades leading up to the crisis, US banks, enabled by government policies that sought to promote home ownership, gave loans to those who could not afford to pay them off, and these loans were then packaged into risky financial products that were sold worldwide. Between 1994 and 2006, the number of subprime mortgages - loans granted to people with low credit scores - increased from $35bn per year to $600bn per year.

The economic crisis that eventually followed had a devastating impact. From 2008 to 2011, almost 30 million people around the world lost their jobs, according to the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Officially, the US government also spent $700bn in bailouts for banks, although some experts argue the numbers are much higher, in the trillions.

"Without the crisis, Brexit would not have happened and Trump would not be the president of the United States," says Martin Wolf, the chief economics commentator at the Financial Times.

"This is a major turning point; you never know what it will be, but the [economic collapse of the] '30s transformed the world. Of course it brought us the second world war, Hitler would certainly not have become chancellor of Germany without The Great Depression. So it changes everything."

So who are the biggest culprits of the 2008 crash, what did they do, and how were they able to walk away?

Through the eyes of experts and former employees on Wall Street, The Men Who Stole the World examines how a group of powerful executives helped trigger one of the largest global financial crises ever, how they got away with it, and why another crisis may be under way.

Source: Al Jazeera

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