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TLV Industry: December 22, 2017
"It doesn't get easier. You get better."
U.S. bank regulators want more details
Four of eight largest banks need better crisis plans.
What does the future hold for American Express?
With longtime CEO heading off into the sunset and fintech growing, change is inevitable.
Why technology is creating the Amazon of Wall Street
The Russian banker who knew too much
Money laundering has gone wild in Putin’s Russia.
ETF or active management?
Some thoughts on the current debate.
Falling investment performance at CalPERS
Another example of sustainable investing’s challenge—a $27B shortfall.
Pension plans in trouble
At current equity values, there’s no great upside to underfunded retirements.
The age of easy money is almost over
Starting in the U.S., central banks are preparing to ease off the monetary gas.
Q3 Middle Market Private Equity Report
Median middle market multiples set historical record at 10.7X.
Private equity backed IPOs continue to struggle
About 50% are being priced below expected range.
Changes coming for private equity
Investors looking for longer duration, more predictable returns and lower fees.
Bitcoin is changing venture capital investing
As if this crypto currency world wasn’t complicated enough.
How are you perceived at work?
It’s pretty easy to find out.
Hey CEOs, meet AI
Great opportunity abounds for those who can harness the technology best.
Meeting director’s demands for information
What’s the CFO to do?
The importance of embracing uncertainty
Always playing it safe doesn’t produce alpha results.
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