Let’s grab that cup of coffee

Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari on 25 January 2022

So, it happened. Faster than we had anticipated, but here we go, the UK government has announced the end of Covid restrictions, in line with other governments on the Continent. For many of us working in the City, this probably means a gradual – if not sudden – return to the office life.

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IFPR bringing a specific Prudential Regime to Investment Firms

Posted by Luuk Jacobs on 20 January 2022

As a reaction to the financial crisis of 2008-2009 Global regulators introduced a significant amount of regulation that aimed to reduce the risk that firms faced. This was very much aimed at the globally active systemically important banks and to protect depositors by ensuring that it is difficult for a bank to fail.

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Read the new AlgoMe Consulting IQ Winter 2021-2022 edition

Posted by Luuk Jacobs on 17 December 2021

We noted in the last issue of AlgoMe Consulting IQ that in times of crisis, the Investment Management industry sometimes opts to evolve and transform at measured rather than at full blown pace. Having paved the way to prepare for a post-Covid world, are we now breaking through despite the fifth wave and getting ready to manage the future?

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Return to the office: It is time to think about yourself

Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari on 30 November 2021

2022 is set to be a more in person year than 2021. Many organisations in Investment Management have worked tirelessly over the last few weeks and months to craft, manage and execute plans to allow a gradual return to the office. For members of the industry, this means a return to commuting and travel routines; to the demands of a highly competitive environment; and to the pressure of high performance in the workplace.

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Is Carney’s $130 trillion Climate Pledge the tip of an iceberg for an industry under pressure?

Posted by Pierre-Yves Rahari on 23 November 2021

One of the highlights of the COP26 has been the $130 Trillion pledge taken by the Finance industry to combat climate change . This colossal venture faces two almighty challenges; first is expediting the infrastructure and mechanisms needed in order to deploy and oversee the fund and second is realising the environmental and physical returns needed to create a net-zero climate solution, for which it will be no doubt be held accountable.

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