Chapter 2...

“#New Fund Order - A Digital Death For Fund Selection?”

Jb Beckett

 

18 Apr 2017

 

Safe within its bubble, the City's asset management industry has existed largely unchanged for over 20 years but no longer. A new digital threat lurks in the shadows. Target assigned, Jon Beckett ('JB') hunts down the value chain between fund buyers and fund managers...

Towards a New Pension Settlement

Gregg Mcclymont

 

17 Feb 2016

 

This volume presents the recent experiences of pension reform in seven countries: Australia, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden and the United Kingdom. 

Faced with common problems of ageing societies and constraints on taxation levels, all are increasingly passing responsibility for saving for retirement to citizens. 

Capital Failure: Rebuilding Trust in Financial Services

Nicholas Morris and 

David Vines

 

7 Aug 2014

 

Adam Smith's 'invisible hand' relied on the self-interest of individuals to produce good outcomes. Economists' belief in efficient markets took this idea further by assuming that all individuals are selfish. This belief underpinned financial deregulation, and the theories on...

International Investment Management: Theory, ethics and practice

Kara Tan Bhala and 

Warren Yeh

 

4 Apr 2016

 

International Investment Management: Theory, Practice, and Ethics synthesizes investment principles, Asian financial practice, and ethics reflecting the realities of modern international finance. These topics are studied within the Asian context...

Kentucky Fried Pensions: Worse Than Detroit Edition

Christopher Tobe and 

Ken Tobe

 

30 Oct 2013

 

Kentucky Fried Pensions is my new book that follows my journey as the first public SEC whistleblower as I attempt to use the new Dodd-Frank law to clean up the culture of cover-up and corruption in Kentucky Pensions. It explores the national links between corruption...

Evolutions in Corporate Governance

Alison L. Dempsey

 

1 Nov 2013

 

In a world where the implications and consequences of corporate actions and decisions are potentially far-reaching and lasting, ethical standards - their observance and their breach - must be part of the language of business conduct, whether in the context of...

Index Funds: The 12-Step Recovery Program for Active Investors

Mark T. Hebner and 

Harry M. Markowitz

 

17 Jun 2013

 

UPDATED for 2015 - This book reveals the potential land mines and pitfalls of active investing and educates readers on the benefits of passive investing with index funds. Hebner's book details the possible perils associated with...

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