July 22, 2021
  • July 22, 2021

Articles Posted by Pauline Kunkle

ECB must act on climate – EURACTIV.com

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The European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) new monetary policy is a positive step, but it needs more ambition to tackle its climate problem, warns a group of EU lawmakers, environmental activists and economists. The following opinion piece is signed by European Parliament lawmakers, NGOs and economists, and coordinated by Marie Toussant, MEP (full list below). Scientists […]

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5 Strategies To Manage Your Mutual Fund Portfolio Risk

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As mutual funds primarily invest in financial instruments listed in markets, they are prone to the market risk of their portfolio constituents. The key to successful investment in mutual funds is not the elimination of market risk itself, but to manage it through judicious portfolio selection and rebalancing as per your risk appetite. Here are […]

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A natural next step: quantifying and addressing the impact of asset management on nature

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As asset managers adapt to the need to disclose their approach to climate-related financial risks, integrate sustainability risk management into their operations and capture carbon data from their portfolios, a parallel international regime for biodiversity, natural capital and related financial risks is developing at pace. Asset managers should turn their attention to these issues, as […]

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Pakistani fintech Creditfix secures seed funding in round led by Insitor Partners to provide loans to unbanked people

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Karachi, Pakistan – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Pakistani fintech start-up Creditfix has announced that it has secured an undisclosed amount of seed funding as part of a round led by venture capital fund Insitor Partners Pte. Ltd. The deal marks the first-ever convertible loan financing from an international investor in a Pakistani company to be approved […]

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Providers, payers see direct contracting’s capitation as an important move to value-based care

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Photo: Cecilie Arcurs/Getty Images Over the past several years, the big trend in healthcare has been to inch away from fee-for-service reimbursement and toward value-based care, in which a provider’s reimbursement is tied more to clinical quality than to volume. The industry, policymakers and the federal government have attempted this shift through a number of […]

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Low-income loan rules defined for a global overhaul

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Major U.S. banking regulators are expected to commit as early as Tuesday to jointly modernize the rules governing how banks lend hundreds of billions of dollars a year to low-income communities, according to people familiar with the plans. At the same time, officials are expected to propose abandoning a Trump-era rule overhaul that divided regulators […]

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