If you're a regular reader of these roundups, you'll know that I love language. And hopefully by now you've also come to expect the unexpected when reading through my selections. This week's gem comes from Dwight Garner's review of a recently updated version of Marco Pierre White's White Heat.
Once in a while, I come across a piece of writing so delightful, I simply can’t resist sharing it in full. That’s what happened when I heard Shaun Usher, the blogger and editor behind Letters of Note, read his favorite letter on a recent segment of NPR’s Morning Edition.
Arriving at conviction is not just a simple matter of overconfidence, as is typically suggested by the behavioral finance literature. Investment managers construct narratives to understand prospective investments and often run the risk of being married to that story.
Jeremy Bolland, author of Writing Securities Research: A Best Practice Guide, discusses the best practices for banks, brokerages, and research analysts for the production and dissemination of investment research, as well as the regulatory landscape in the Asia Pacific region.
While the adoption of social media among wealth management firms is “at early stages,” according to a recent report, it is a communication channel that “financial institutions can no longer ignore.”
To communicate effectively with your clients, use correct grammar and punctuation, avoid jargon, follow a clear structure, keep it concise, and employ a little wit.
That was the advice offered by two writing-skills trainers, Fiona Rintoul, a journalist (above, left),… READ MORE ›
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