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Panic at the Bank: How John Rusnak Lost Aib $691,000,000

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It was Ireland's biggest banking scandal and the fourth-biggest banking fraud in the world. John Rusnak, a lone wolf currency trader in Allfirst, a regional American bank owned by AIB, racked up losses of almost $700 million. This sort of thing was not supposed to happen in modern banking, and certainly not in a retail bank far from the world's financial centres. But it di ...more
Unknown Binding, 181 pages
Published October 22nd 2002 by Gill & MacMillan (first published October 2002)
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