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India and the ESG Challenge

Climate change is for real and in India the challenge is particularly grave, Navneet Munot, CFA, writes.

Suddenly Single: How to Plan with Female Clients

We all start out single and most women, whether they marry or not, will end up that way. Barbara Stewart, CFA, considers the implications.

Veterans and Finance: The Value Proposition

Won Palisoul talks to Jim Cemprola about what veterans can do for finance and what finance can do for veterans.

AI, What Have You Done for Us Lately?

Just how well have artificial intelligence (AI)-focused companies and AI-managed exchange-traded funds (ETFs) performed?

Book Review: Risk Management Competency Development in Banks

Risk management at banks — especially in a post-financial-crisis world — is a topic of critical importance to investors and regulators.

Robert G. Hagstrom, CFA, on Liberal Arts Investing

“I've been studying liberal arts investing for 20 years," Robert G. Hagstrom, CFA, says. "Liberal arts investing becomes popular when things get hard.”

Green Bonds vs. Traditional Bonds

How do we test how environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing returns compare to those of similar traditional investments? The simplest way is to look at bonds.

Gender Lens Equity Funds and Women in Leadership: A Report

What does the recent performance of gender lens funds look like and how much variation is there among them?

The Active Manager Paradox: High-Conviction Overweight Positions

Is active management's decade-long losing streak to passive management due to high fees, a lack of manager skill, or something else?



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