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2. How, if at all, was the institution affected by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999? 3. What were the events that led to the downfall of this institution? Was it involved in subprime or predatory lending directly? Indirectly? 4. Discuss how securitization and falling home prices contributed to the demise of this company. 5. Who were the major players involved? Were there any criminal activities, unethical activities, or just plain bad luck involved in the scandal? 6. What is the probable future of the institution? Is (or was) government intervention necessary to save this institution? 7. What are the costs and benefits of a government bailout for this institution? What are the tradeoffs between moral hazard and systemic risk? 8. What could federal regulators have done to avoid these problems in the first place? What should be done now to avoid future problems?
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Institutions: Blue -- Indy Mac Yellow -- Citigroup Violet -- AIG Gray --Bear Stearns Orange --Lehman Brothers Green --Fannie Mae Red -- Wachovia Beige --Countrywide Mortgage Turquoise – Merrill Lynch Brown –Washington Mutual White -- Freddie Mac
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