``Though his way with words were occasionally worrisome -- another gem was describing trading as "prop with a client overlay" -- Viniar brought crisis experience to the CFO's office. During Goldman's near-demise in 1994, he was in charge of funding, and was deputy CFO amid the 1998 collapse of Long-Term Capital Management and its fallout. His replacement, Harvey Schwartz, is no slouch either.''

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