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Do talents affect financial decisions? ©AdobeStock_Kentoh

Talented workers are the first to leave a firm in financial distress. Simultaneously, this makes  recruiting new skilled workers much more difficult. Labor fragility is therefore a key determinant of a firm capital structure: CFOs assess the workforce risk associated with high leverage when deciding to issue debt or equity. This is especially true for companies relying on skilled (...)

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In a bid to make it easier for financial reports to be processed by computers, these must now be (...)

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Private equity firms have a reputation for hard-nosed business tactics, buying and reselling (...)

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Can central clearing parties achieve global financial stability without creating collateral (...)

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Enriching the regulatory framework can lead to a complexity that overshadows understanding of the (...)

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Households are notoriously unsophisticated investors, with low financial literacy; and yet, banks (...)

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In a new study, Adrien Matray and Oliver Dessaint reveal that in the aftermath of hurricanes (...)

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Financial Institutions24 February 2016

Does danger still lurk in the banking system?

We all know the trouble with the banking system; like a house of cards, when something goes wrong (...)

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