Goldman Sachs' Defence
Reverberations are still being felt after the shock news that the world's most successful investment bank, Goldman Sachs has been charged with fraud over the marketing of mortgage-backed investments.
The US regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission alleges that Goldman Sachs failed to disclose crucial information about these investments.
Goldman Sachs denies the charges, saying they are unfounded in law and in fact. Lesley Curwen hears more about the bank's defence from the BBC's economics editor, Andrew Walker.
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