Carnegie falls after taking ‘exceptional risks’

  • 14 Nov 2008

The financial crisis claimed its first Swedish banking victim with the collapse and takeover of Carnegie by the government following the revoking of the bank’s licence on Monday.

The 200 year old bank’s future has been in doubt for a fortnight after Sweden’s central bank, the Riksbank, loaned it ...

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