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Portfolio selection, periodic evaluations and risk taking

by Dr Alex Tse, former Research Associate at Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance and winner of the CERF Alumni Association (CERFAS) Best Paper Award Alex Tse Portfolio managers in real life can be selfish, where they care about their…

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Rear view of a relaxing trader who is sitting in front of a trading station which consists of four screens with financial data.

It all began at Cambridge Judge

Twenty-five years ago, an Argentinian, an American and an Australian met on the Cambridge MBA programme and have continued to work and invest together ever since. Twenty-five years ago, Enrique Klix (MBA 1997) from Argentina, Lynne Thornton (MBA 1997), nee Braddick,…

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Enrique Klix & Lynne Thornton at the Integral Acquisition IPO celebration dinner

Ignites Europe: Ukraine war ‘real test’ for ESG managers

Andrei Kirilenko, professor of finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on poll suggesting fund managers should be looking to sell their investments in Russian companies. “It really would be quite appropriate for ESG considerations to include the business practices…

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New vision for Cambridge EMBA alumni

Cambridge Executive MBA alumni and a Cambridge MBA alumna have come together to form New Vision International Group (NVIG) - a platform offering investment advice to Chinese high net worth individuals (HNWIs). NVIG is an integrated platform offering a one-stop…

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Night city skyline in Shanghai.

Want to be an investment banker?

Cambridge MBA career pathways explored. We meet a Cambridge MBA alumna working in this sector and ask how her MBA education skills led her into a career in investment banking. We also hear from industry experts about what is involved…

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Woman tracking investments on a laptop, making notes on her notepad.

Beneficial wrongdoing

Negative media coverage of investment bank conduct around the financial crisis actually increased their likelihood of IPO invitations because it signalled shared values to corporate customers, finds new study at Cambridge Judge Business School. Ever since the financial meltdown a…

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