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Will Modi Reset India’s Emerging Market Economy? By Professors Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter

The following is an excerpt from an op-ed published in The BRICS Post by NYU Stern Professors Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter: The forthcoming visit to Washington by Narendra Modi, his first since becoming India’s Prime Minister last April, … Continue reading

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Video: Professors Viral Acharya and Ingo Walter Discuss the MSRM Program

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Understanding the Russian Sanctions by Roy C. Smith and Ingo Walter

The latest tightening of the US and EU sanctions on Russian business and finance will provide an interesting lesson in international political, economic and military affairs. Here are some key issues to think about: These Financial Sanctions Can Be Very … Continue reading

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Getting Serious About Sanctions-Busting Banks by Professors Ingo Walter and Roy Smith

BNP Paribas is expected any day to admit to criminal *violations of U.S. sanctions against Iran and Sudan. This is likely to mean that the giant French bank will pay a fine of between $8 billion and $10 billion to … Continue reading

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Are Major Banks Really Too Big to Jail?

The following is an excerpt from Banks and Markets of an article titled “Are Major Banks Really Too Big to Jail?” by NYU Stern Professor and MS in Risk Management Academic Director, Ingo Walter: It used to be that financial … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to Swiss Bank Secrecy? By Professor Ingo Walter

The following is an excerpt from an article titled, “Whatever Happened to Swiss Bank Secrecy?” by NYU Stern Professor and MSRM Academic Director, Ingo Walter: Financial secrecy – or more politely “confidentiality” – involves non-disclosure of financial information concerning individuals, … Continue reading

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GDP Alumni Event with Prof. Walter Featured on the NYU Stern Homepage

On Friday, March 7, 2014, Professor Ingo Walter spoke to approximately 80 executives comprised of MS in Risk Management students, MS in Global Finance and Stern alumni, and members of the Hong Kong Society of Finance Analysts gathered in Hong Kong on … Continue reading

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Professor Ingo Walter’s Research on Investment Management Technology is Highlighted

The following is an excerpt from The Wall Street Journal:  Systems prohibit timely launches of new investment products and hinder firms from keeping pace with regulatory demands and innovation SimCorp, a leading provider of investment management solutions and services for … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Bad Bankers from Ruining Your Corporate Culture

The following is an op-ed written by Professor Ingo Walter, Academic Director of the MS in Risk Management Program: JPMorgan Chase’s $13 billion regulatory settlement is the latest case of banking indigestion attributable to long-tail liabilities stemming from practices almost … Continue reading

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Financial Times Highlights Prof. Ingo Walter’s Research on Portfolios

The following is an excerpt from the Financial Times entitled “Rich make same investment errors as rest.” When investing, it often hurts to think of what might be possible if only you started with even more money. Those already wealthy … Continue reading

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