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Cross-Border Insolvencies: Defection Isn’t the Only Problem

Mar 17th, 2016 | Filed under: Newly Added, Business News, Economics, Finance & Economics

A recent paper by Andrew Dawson, a law professor of the University of Miami, looks at the current cross-border insolvency framework from the point of view of the cultural differences that may be expressing themselves through the distinct systems on the opposite sides of many an international border.  His discussionRead More


The LIBOR Fixing Scandal Gets a Conviction and a Book

Aug 9th, 2015 | Filed under: Currencies, Derivatives, Forex

When it all hit the fan, U.S. investigators in particular (the Brits somewhat less so) came to see Hayes as a mastermind behind its digestive generation. But Arvedlund seeks in her new book on the Libor Rigging scandal to place the role Hayes played in context. Read More


The Skorina Report: A Look at the New Investment Crew at NYU

Jul 9th, 2015 | Filed under: Institutional Investing, Alpha Hunters, Alpha Seekers

Charles Skorina looks at the new crew at NYU.Read More


Hedge Funds & the Global Economic Crisis: Willing Culprits or Easy Scapegoats?

Oct 11th, 2012 | Filed under: Media Coverage of Hedge Funds

“It was quite convenient to blame the Hedge Funds. They were an easy target, in that they were super-rich, a lot of them were American, and they were presented as bad people. They were blamed for what was happening to our banking system, which in reality was complete rubbish.”--Kate Walsh, Sunday Times, 2010.Read More