Credit Suisse was just one of I think 5-10 different counterparties Archegos had. As Matt Levine talks about in previous newsletters on Archegos, some banks, e.g. Goldman, JP Morgan, came out better than others, some even ended up in the black. I wonder if that’s solely attributable to the sequence in which the counterparties sold off the underlying assets—Goldman and JP Morgan initiated the sell-off—or if some of the other counterparties also managed the risk better. If so, it would make for an interesting comparison—what factors made one huge heavily-regulated organization pull this off and another mess it up?