Former Wall Street VP's Inside Tour
Want the skinny on our recent financial meltdown? Now you can hear it from an insider on a Financial Crisis walking tour of Wall Street and downtown Manhattan (thewallstreetexperience.com). Andrew Luan, a former vice president at Deutsche Bank and a self-described toxic-asset trader, gives a first-hand account of the crisis and what it’s like to be a Wall Street trader. He also touches on the history, architecture and trivia of the financial district—and, as an added bonus, even explains what collateralized debt obligations and credit-default swaps are, and how they destroyed financial institutions around the world. The two-hour tour is $45 per adult and free for children.