Commentary: Derivatives aren't sole cause of crisis

12/30/2009 | BBC

Robert Reoch, a credit derivatives consultant, uses a crash of a modified sports car as an analogy for the financial crisis and derivatives. Reoch explains that derivatives themselves are not to blame for the crisis. "As with so many things in life, accidents are mainly caused by the driver, not the vehicle," he writes.

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