Financial Times Feature | Fight against short-termism is misdirected

Financial Times Feature | Fight against short-termism is misdirected
This Financial Times featured article makes the argument that companies and their executives put too much emphasis on short-term performance (profitability) and not enough on making the investments and decisions necessary to create and sustain long-term growth.

Financial Times Feature | The (advisory) ties that bind executive pay

Financial Times Feature | The (advisory) ties that bind executive pay
In this Financial Times feature, co-authors by Bob Pozen, senior lecturer at the Harvard Business School and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and Theresa Hamacher, President, NICSA discuss the reasons for advisory versus binding shareholder initiatives relative to executive compensation.

Financial Times feature | Complex funds need better risk disclosure

Financial Times feature | Complex funds need better risk disclosure

Assessing the risks associated with mutual fund investments have become a challenge for today's investor.

With the introduction of non-traditional securities and investment techniques, traditional investments have started to take a back seat. However, when it comes to risk assessment, investors are forced to rely on outdated, confusing information about their investments.

In this Financial Times feature, Complex funds need better risk disclosure, Bob Pozen, senior lecturer at the Harvard Business School, and Theresa Hamacher, President, NICSA, suggest that funds establish standardized, quantitative measures to help investors understand and evaluate overall investment risk better than the traditional method.

Financial Times feature | A fresh take needed for risky funds

Financial Times feature | A fresh take needed for risky funds

In this Financial Times feature, A fresh take needed for risky funds, Bob Pozen, senior lecturer at the Harvard Business School, and Theresa Hamacher, President, NICSA, take a look at the regulation complexities within today's investment management world and the impact consumer demand has on the industry.

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