Questions arise about Lehman's payment to Fed before collapse

10/2/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

An examiner is looking into how the Federal Reserve was promptly repaid billions of dollars in cash and securities it lent to Lehman Brothers before the bank filed for bankruptcy, while other creditors are still owed money. The court appointed Anton Valukas, chairman of law firm Jenner & Block and a former U.S. attorney, to explore whether the Fed received improper preferential treatment.

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