Financial Crisis II: Cause & Consequence

Jun 1 2010 | 3:17pm ET

Just a few short months ago, it seemed that the worst of the financial crisis was behind us. Recent events, however, lay bare the possibility that an escape from financial collapse has been displaced by a new set of serial crises lurking beneath the surface of the seeming recovery. Robert F. Mancuso, managing partner at middle-market investment bank The Dellacorte Group, takes a look at what these potential risks are, and calls on Washington, Wall Street and Main Street to take notice.


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