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   Enron : Climax of executive greed and deception 

Page entitled : More insight on Enron's off-balance-sheet entities

Content of this page is about :
Andrew Fastow's special purpose entities Whitewing, Osprey, LJM Cayman, LJM2, the Raptors (Talon, Timberwolf, Porcupine and Bobcat) and how they were used to enhance Enron profits.


Extract :
... Bound to keep its Rhythms shares until the end of 1999, Enron sought to hedge the price with a put option but found nobody in the market to take the risk. Andrew Fastow decided that he would do it through LJM1 setting the stage for yet another new form of SPE transactions : the Raptors ...

 

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