Instructions for Case Study

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Instructions for the Case Study (EF4330) Read the case “Whatever happened at Barings? The lure of derivatives and collapse” and write a report addressing (but not constrained to) the following questions: 1. What is Nick Leeson’s “legitimate” business in derivative trading at Barings? How is Leeson supposed to make money for the Barings? 2. What went wrong with Leeson’s derivative trading and resulted in big losses for the Barings? 3. From risk management point of view and at the strategic level, what should have been done differently to avoid this crisis at Barings? 4. Based on a number of disasters arising from derivatives trading by banks and corporations in recent years such as the case of the Barings, some believe that derivative financial products are “inherently dangerous” so that banks should keep away from trading such instruments. What are your comments on this view? Your report should be at least two pages long but no longer than 8 pages (double
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