The recent IPO of uber has been fascinating in terms of its relevance to many of the issues currently concerning participants in the public capital markets space. Is the capital raising ecosystem is still somehow out of kilter?
“What we learned from 2008 was that it’s not the size of the losses per se, but rather where the losses sit in the financial system,” says Adam Tooze.
Adam Tooze considered where the global financial crisis has left us, how it has affected politics and geopolitics, and what the prospects are for the world to manage a future crisis.
The content in this blog is based on a CFA-PRI survey of 1,100 financial professionals, mainly CFA members, from around the world, as well as workshops in 17 markets, as part of a best-practice report.
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Daniel Brocklebank, CFA, warns that asset owners and money managers must balance incentives carefully so that both groups get what they want.