A memorabilia trader hopes a jacket worn by Nick Leeson whose trading activity eventually brought down a major bank could be sold for more than £20,000 ($28,836).
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In his autobiography Rogue Trader, Nick Leeson said the ethos at Barings was simple: ‘We were all driven to make profits, profits, and more profits ... I was the rising star.’
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Nick Leeson is back.
Yep, even the original 'rogue' trader Nick Leeson thinks it's a bit much, all these banking scandals.
Rogue trader Nick Leeson appeared on BBC Radio 4 Friday, and was interviewed alongside his former boss, Peter Norris.
On January 16th, 1995, Barings trader Nick Leeson, already hiding substantial rogue trading losses from his bosses, took positions on the Singapore and Tokyo stock exchanges, hoping that his latest gamble would help him recover some of his unauthorised losses (and save his bacon).