September 19, 2021
  • September 19, 2021

Financial Risk

France is in the midst of a poverty crisis

by on June 16, 2021 0

What impact has the Covid-19 pandemic had on poverty? Nicolas Duvoux presents findings from a major report on the impact of the virus in France. He writes that there is clear evidence the pandemic has accelerated levels of inequality in the country. In January, French Prime Minister Jean Castex commissioned a report on the...

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Reinterpreting Risk Premiums to Finance the Green New Deal and the Fight Against COVID-19*

by on June 15, 2021 0

By Oliver Pahnecke, PhD candidate, Middlesex University, London and Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Former (2014-2020) United Nations Independent Expert on Debt and Human Rights       Risky borrowers pay more for the same loans than low-risk clients due to risk-weighted interest rates that are based on the absence or quality of collateral. This approach...

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Rethinking Multifamily Risk Post-COVID | GlobeSt

by on June 14, 2021 0

SAN DIEGO—The pandemic has forced organizations to make massive operational changes that have impacted the balance sheet, scattered the CRE workforce and exposed the industry to new levels of risk. Panelists at the NMHC annual meeting here in San Diego dug into how companies are addressing these new challenges.  According to moderator David Schwartz,...

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North Texas woman becomes business owner with help of TikTok

by on June 13, 2021 0

DALLAS — A recent study into what’s on people’s bucket lists post pandemic shows more Americans want to start their own business.   A survey conducted by the company Fenetic Wellbeing looked at more than 100 bucket-list ideas and the comparison of search terms made online from March 2020 to March 2021. The search volume for “start a business” increased by 50%.  At the...

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La Vida Llena residents get greater voice » Albuquerque Journal

by on June 12, 2021 0

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal The state Attorney General found no misuse of funds by the La Vida Llena retirement community or its parent company, but both of the not-for-profit organizations have agreed to give residents...

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Chicago Outfit-tied scammer Lee Anglin promised to make good to Ponzi scheme victims. Now, he’s going back to prison.

by on June 11, 2021 0

After Lee Anglin walked out of prison nearly three years ago, he said he was a changed man, no longer interested in the temptations offered by his former Chicago underworld associates. He even vowed to repay the people from whom he’d stolen more than $10 million in a real-estate Ponzi scheme. Now, he’s headed...

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