Companies have all sorts of objectives to achieve. Those can include market share, sales volume, adoption rates, innovation, cost leadership, and the list goes on.
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Argentina’s legislative elections—slated for October 27, 2017—will be a de facto referendum on President Mauricio Macri’s economic-reform package. While slow to start, his shock-therapy approach appears to be bearing fruit as the country finally wrenches itself free of years of protectionist Peronism.
The British CCP Research Foundation published on August 11 its latest report “Conduct Costs Project Report 2017”, which estimates the total amounts paid or provisioned by banks because of misconduct or breach of any code of conduct or any central-bank regulation.
For more than a year, the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse have been working on a merger project, which would place the new entity at first place on European markets, with exceptional strength on derivatives markets and clearinghouses.
As Jim Rohn, the American entrepreneur and motivational speaker, once said, the key to success in every venture is 20 percent skills and 80 percent strategy. With the explosion of technology-driven competition, there is no time in history like now
Taking on financial risks to earn a return is the business model around which banks earn a large portion of their profits. But nonfinancial risks (NFRs) present a different sort of challenge altogether.