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The results for European banks' stress-testing are in. Financial crisis expert Karamjeet Paul discusses just what they mean (or don't).
Karamjeet Paul discusses how a transparent approach to understanding and addressing the entire spectrum of financial risk management is needed.
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Author of Managing Extreme Financial Risk, Karamjeet Paul, discusses finance reform, and its often overlooked blind spot.
Author of Managing Extreme Financial Risk, Karamjeet Paul, discusses the ugliness of beautiful risk models.
Rajesh Kumar, author of Strategies of Banks and Other Financial Institutions, discusses lessons learned from the 2008 Financial Crisis.
Jason Sharfman, author of Hedge Fund Governance, answers: If a Hedge Fund is Profitable, Why Should Investors Care About Its Governance?
Rajiv Shah, author of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and the Economy in the US, China and India, discusses the economic future of these powerhouse nations.
Author Karamjeet Paul discusses how new liquidity requirements might save banks from another financial crisis next time around.
Sneak peak at Norman W. Tresch's upcoming book: "Public Finance - A Normative Theory".