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At the same time, post-secondary education in Brazil was experiencing a high drop-out rate due to high tuition fees. Acknowledging the adage that ‘every social problem is a business opportunity in disguise,’ ABN AMRO REAL saw this as an opportunity to tap a new market and create a new sustainable product solution (Cooperrider, 2008, p. 1). indd 31 11/3/2011 12:02:14 PM 32 Patricia Palacios and Michael Pirson with the IFC, the bank set up a student lending facility for 50 million Reals (approx. USD 21 million), from which students can borrow money to attend a participating university and repay the loan after their graduation (IFC, 2008).
The underlying assets in the real economy – real-estate properties, in this case – and perhaps ways to increase their value by improving them were never part of the deal. What was part of the deal was to have an elegant way of getting rid of risks in their own balance sheet by passing them on to someone else after repackaging them in ways aimed at obstructing the buyers’ ability to actually understand the inherent risks. This practice satisfied stock-market analysts as well as conditions for bonuses, and, in combination with the awareness of having a lender of last resort ready to step in at times of need, opportunities for personal enrichment were created without having to fear an equivalent risk of personal loss.
Greenspan admits “mistake” that helped crisis’, Associated Press, 23 Sept. 2008. 2. Often described as collateral mortgage obligations (CMO) 3. ‘ “Don’t demonize banks’, urges HSBC chairman Stephen Green’, Telegraph, 30 Jan. 2009. 4. The information on previous crises was taken from Steve Schifferes, ‘Financial Crises – Lessons from History,’ BBC News, 3 Sept. 2007, and Jon Henley, ‘Show us the money’, Guardian, 19 Sept. 2007. 5. The figures refer to losses resulting from the S&L crisis between 1986 and 1995 and are taken from Timothy Curry and Lynn Shibut, ‘The Cost of the Savings and Loan Crisis: Truth and Consequences’, FDIC Banking Review 13, no.
Banking with integrity : the winners of the financial crisis? by H. Spitzeck, M. Pirson, C. Dierksmeier