Barings Collapse (B): Failures in Control and Information Use

Case Solution

Stewart Hamilton, Donald A. Marchand, Alicia Bernard
IMD ()

It describes how Nick Leeson, a Barings trader in Singapore, kept silent about his illicit business activities, how Barings financed them blindly, and how the mounting losses were not recognized by internal and external controls. He identifies areas of poor internal control, inadequate computer systems, and an interruption in the flow of information. He also analyzes the failure of the regulatory and internal and external audit systems.

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