Archive | December, 2010

Bankers pay – “this can’t go on”

In the early months of 1989, few Germans and almost no international relations specialists believed that the Berlin Wall, the symbol par excellence, of a divided Germany, would be reduced to rubble by the end of the year.  But what ordinary Germans were saying – in larger and larger numbers – was that “This can’t […]

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NSFM opinion: Dodd-Frank and the long-term investors

Cindy Williams writes: The interests of long-term investors such as pension funds can be advanced by regulation that reduces the misalignment between companies and their investors, and within the investment chain.  My view on the latest U.S. regulatory developments is that much is yet to be done to reach this goal. The Dodd-Frank Wall Street […]

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