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The Rebirth of Activism

June 25, 2019

Should organizations worry more about politics or culture? While most organizations rightfully seek to stay apolitical, there is an emerging cultural shift taking place which makes that no longer possible (depending on your definition of politics).

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Why CFO Pay Matters

May 2, 2019

Guy Jubb, Honorary Professor at the University of Edinburgh Business School, argues the merits of decoupling CEO and CFO pay criteria; further, that when establishing CFO pay more attention should be paid to sound internal controls and a professional culture.

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How Can the Center Hold Against the Extremes? Blockchain Might Help.

November 6, 2018

Last week, a McKinsey Global Institute report told us something obvious, and something less obvious. Both are worth the attention of any company, large or small, with a global business -- and for those hoping to build one.

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In Praise of Radical Incrementalism

May 21, 2018

Should decisions within a company be radical or incremental? Often framed as a binary issue, the decision is never that simple. When management decides to implement a change, it is critical to effectively communicate to stakeholders what is being achieved in the short vs the long-term.

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History Rhymes with the Paradise Papers

November 7, 2017

Like the Panama Papers, the Paradise Papers give a rare glimpse into the murky, secretive world of offshore tax havens and shell companies owned by the mega-rich.

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Transparency in Asset Management

August 23, 2017

“Transparency” is a buzzword that crops up at almost every financial industry conference. But for all the promising talk, the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) believes improvements in the asset management industry’s governance and fee structures have yet to be realized.

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