Robert Macrae, CFA, has spent the last 25 years applying an engineering approach to problems in investment. Areas of interest include value investment in equities, smallcaps, hedgefunds, Asia, risk control and financial regulation.
Viewed through the lens of exogenous and endogenous risk, the coronavirus crisis and crisis of 2008 are quite different - policy responses should reflect that.
Governments have four policy areas relating to the financial sector: fiscal, monetary, microprudential, and macroprudential. Each area is run by a government authority, of which more than...
Three economists weigh up the risks and opportunities for the British and EU financial markets following Brexit.
Although cyber events present a serious risk to the well-being of financial institutions, are they a systemic concern?