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Caribbean States Rraise De-risking Concerns

by caribbeantradelaw

Alicia Nicholls De-risking was one of the myriad of developmental issues raised by small states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) at the 71st Regular General Assembly of the United Nations in New York over the past few days. 23 more words

Blogging

De-Risking: Why Should You Care?

> Posted by Sonja Kelly, Director, CFI

This post is the first in a series examining the global phenomenon of de-risking and its impact on financial inclusion. 651 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Caribbean States raise de-risking concerns at the 71st United Nations General Assembly

Alicia Nicholls

De-risking was one of the myriad of developmental issues raised by small states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) at the 71st Regular General Assembly of the United Nations in New York over the past few days. 762 more words

Trade

It's not just an American thing: HKMA issues guidance on de-risking

We all know about US regulator’s multiple attempts to discourage de-risking. Now, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) has issued its own guidance on de-risking and financial inclusion. 352 more words

Anti-Money Laundering

Why we don't have health-based pension transfer values.

A Coleridge moment in the City

I walked into a church at the bottom of Bow Street yesterday afternoon to have a cup of coffee. 755 more words

Pensions

Tax-subsidies on retirement advice; a waste of public funds!

The Government intends to extend tax breaks on pensions to allow those with pension pots to use them to pay for advice. The details are… 1,078 more words

Pensions

A little bit of anarchy does you good

I’m grateful to my Swedish friend Per Andelius for finding this. Provenance has kindly been provided by readers (see comments).

In game theory, the “price of anarchy” describes how individuals acting in their own self-interest within a larger system tend to reduce that larger system’s efficiency. 688 more words

Pensions