"...people come with an assortment of emotional baggage and intellectual infirmities that are not an occasional error..." > Investors have to be on guard against letting partisan bias infect their financial analysis, @ritholtz writes bloomberg.com/opinion/articl… via @bopinion
"...Because it is impossible to quantify simply, conduct risk has not been adequately addressed by traditional methods of risk detection..." > The advanced-analytics solution for monitoring conduct risk bit.ly/2BrdHlL via @McKinsey
"...directors do not need to be ‘climate scientists’ but do need to ensure they have asked the right questions and availed themselves of the relevant expertise of key technical specialists..." > #ESG, climate change risk and disclosure governanceinstitute.com.au/re… via @GovInstAus
Liquidity & #Brexit > “@TheFCA warned of fragmented markets & liquidity shortfalls if U.K. exits the EU in March without a withdrawal agreement. Reduced liquidity could push up costs + make it harder to execute large transactions” @IPEnews ipe.com/brexit/regulat…
New article by our colleague and friend @FinkeonFinance on the annuity puzzle > “economists spend more time researching why more Americans don’t buy annuities than they do estimating whether annuities are a sensible investment” kiplinger.com/article/retire…
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