Paul Singer, the outspoken hedge fund manager at Elliott Management, will not disappoint when he speaks in Davos, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum this January 22 at about 9:45AM EST. In fact Paul Singer's speech and later debate on the topic "Are Markets Safer Now?" is expected to shake the very foundation of the elite event, according to a letter to investors reviewed by ValueWalk. The topic was briefly mentioned in Singer’s Q1 2013 shareholder letter.
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Paul Singer identifies key problems"The major financial institutions those bailed out or implicitly supported in the last crisis have taken important steps to reduce their trading risks since the 2008 collapse. However, it is impossible to verify such progress from public financial statements or even to assess these institutions' true financial risks. Unfortunately, opacity and extreme leverage still reign supreme."
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