Monthly Archives: October 2012

Risk Without Boundaries

This is an interesting article in the FT from the summer. In a global organization, how messages are interpreted based on national cultures. With respect to risk (not just in banking), cultural interpretation can be along a lengthy spectrum. While … Continue reading

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Ina Drew’s London Whale

If you consider the differences between knowledge and wisdom… you begin to see that one gets you through the day/hour, while the other gets you through life/the situation. Wisdom always adds the benefit of context drawn from experience.  I was … Continue reading

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UBS Rogue Trader: The 3 C’s of Why This Will Never Go Away

When I saw this article on the BBC news site I almost forgot that it was a year ago when Adoboli was arrested, which itself was a year after Jerome Kerviel’s fun and games at Societe General, which was a year … Continue reading

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