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Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Greensill: a tale of hubris, hype and greed | FT Film” – below is their description.
The story of Greensill Capital’s rise and fall has everything: investment banks, opaque finance, private jets, trophy mansions and the biggest British lobbying scandal in a generation, involving former prime minister David Cameron. The Financial Times charts the rise of Lex Greensill and Sanjeev Gupta and examines where it all went wrong. Read more at https://on.ft.com/3oerPVT
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