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Ingo Walter and SimCorp Strategy Lab Release Study: “Legacy Systems: The inconvenient truth and the cost of doing nothing”

The following is a Financial Post news release from September 12, 2013: One Quarter of Global Investment Management Firms Rely on Outdated Technology: Firms and Investor Returns at Risk SimCorp StrategyLab, a private research institution sponsored by SimCorp, today released a … Continue reading

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Can Good Governance Pre-empt Regulation in Financial Services?

The following is an Op-Ed by NYU Stern Professor and MSRM Academic Director Ingo Walter, featured on The European Financial Review.  “The epic financial crisis left behind massive damage to the process of financial intermediation, the fabric of the real … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance: Investors Gain the Ear of the Listening Banks

The following is an op-ed by Roy Smith, published in Financial News on 6/3/13: The decisive victory that allows Jamie Dimon to continue in his dual roles as chairman and chief executive of JP Morgan Chase raised once again the … Continue reading

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Corporate Governance, Emerging Markets, State-Owned Banks: Thoughts from Viral Acharya

The following interview “Political Influence on State-Owned Enterprises: The True Obstacle to Private Sector Growth in Emerging Markets?” with Professor Viral Acharya was conducted by the Corporate Governance Forum. The most interesting piece on corporate governance I read recently was…. … Continue reading

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