What everybody ought to know about this credit business

CDS guide: introduction


Soon after the Second World War, Merrill Lynch sensed – quite rightly – that the US stood on the brink of an equity revolution, and that thousands of small investors could be persuaded to channel their savings into the stock market. To push them on their way, Merrill published a 6,000-word advertisement in The New York Times on October 19, 1948 entitled ‘What everybody ought to know about this stock and bond business’. The piece, deliberately couched in layman’s language, proved so

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The future of life insurance

As the world constantly evolves and changes, so too does the life insurance industry, which is preparing for a multitude of challenges, particularly in three areas: interest rates, regulatory mandates and technology (software, underwriting tools and…

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