Sloane Ortel has worked in investment management since 2006 and joined CFA Institute in 2010.
This weekend, Will Ortel invites readers to learn something that will last with the help of Google’s recently released Classic Papers feature.
Labels like "emerging" and "frontier" market are not sociological in the least. Applied by the FTSE and MSCI on behalf of global investors, they concern only the investability of a market. But how can we break down such broad terms? To find out, we polled readers of CFA Institute Financial NewsBrief to see what they thought most distinguishes an emerging from a frontier market.
“The West Wing,” cartography, and some lessons from India are just some of the topics covered in this week's edition of Weekend Reads by Will Ortel.
Well over half of unbanked Americans cite not having enough money as the reason they have not opened a bank account. Substantial fees are one of the culprits. If you think wealth creation is good and want it to happen, freeing the unbanked where you find them is an obvious step, says Will Ortel.
Private equity’s demise has been overreported, according to Claudia Zeisberger, founder of INSEAD’s Global Private Equity Initiative. Critics of private equity are not hard to find, and if you listen to them long enough, you’ll hear all kinds of stories that make your stomach turn. No doubt, there have been bad actors abusing the label of “private equity investment.” But private equity is a governance structure, not a business model or industry.
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