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1.Judith Rawnsley, 1995, Total Risk: Nick Leeson and the Fall of Barings Bank, Harper Paperbacks, New York.
2.Nick Leeson, 1996, Rogue Trader, Little, Brown and Company, Boston.
3.Stephen Brown and Onno Steenbeek, 2001, “Doubling: Nick Leeson's Trading Strategy,” Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 9, pp. 83–99.
4.John Greenwald, 1995, “A Blown Billion,” Time, October 9, pp. 60–61.
5.Brett Fromson and Sandra Sugawara, 1995, “U.S. Charges Japanese Banker with Fraud in $1 Billion Trading Loss,” Washington Post, September 27, p. F01.
6.John Walker, 1995, “Daiwa's Losses Spell a Scandal Too Far,” International Financial Law Review, 14(12), pp. 12–15.
7.Edward Kane and Kimberly DeTrask, 1999, “Breakdown of Accounting Controls at Barings and Daiwa,” Pacific-Basin Finance Journal, 7(3–4), pp. 203–228.
8.BBC News, 2000, “Bank Bosses Pay $775m Fraud Charge,” September 20.
9.Jay Mathews, 1995, “Trader Hid His Mistake from Supervisors for Three Years,” Washington Post, July 4, p. E01.
10.Alyssa Lappen, 1995, “The Common Fund's Private Confession,” Institutional Investor, September, p. 161.
11.Julie Nicklin, 1995, “Common Fund Concedes Bigger Loss by Rogue Trader: More Colleges Pull Out,” Chronicle of Higher Education, August 4, p. A23.
12.Ian Kerr, 1995, “The Fall of the House of Kidder,” Euromoney, January, pp. 30–34.
13.Michael Siconolfi, 1994, “Bond Epic: How Kidder, a Tiger in April, Found Itself the Prey by December,” The Wall Street Journal, December 29, p. A1.



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