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A Move from Otherness to Better Global Governance 

Dec 10th, 2018 | Filed under: Newly Added, What about beta?, The Global Economy & Currencies, Economics, Macroeconomics

By Bill Kelly, CEO, CAIA Association The resolution season will soon be upon us. Many will aspire to eat less, exercise more, be better partners or parents, or maybe even sit for the March 2019 CAIA Exam. Resolve doesn’t always make it across the finish line though, even with the very best ofRead More

Corporate Governance: The Chairman/CEO Thing at Bank of America

Oct 1st, 2015 | Filed under: Business News

For years, actually for decades, the facts that corporations often combine the posts of chief executive and chairman of the board in the hands of a single powerful individual and that this is a U.S. based proclivity in particular have been the targets for high-minded complaint and pontification. So: how much do activist hedge funds care?Read More

SBA of Florida Looks into Truth & Consequences of Activist Investing

Jul 16th, 2015 | Filed under: Institutional Investing, Risk management

Florida's State Board of Administration deserves some credit for undertaking a recent corporate governance study. Even trying to look at the consequences of its proxy-contest votes over a period of up to five years after they are cast seems to have shattered a glass ceiling separating actual institutional behavior from common sense. Read More

Corporate Governance: Sunday in the Park With George

May 19th, 2015 | Filed under: Regulatory, Emerging markets

The controversy over corporate governance, and whether the changes favored by reformers show up as superior corporate performance (as measured, for example, by Tobin's q) strikes Faille as dangerously abstract. The only way to get to the pointillist painting is by starting with particular data points. Read More