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An “Unspeakable” Driver of Banking Culture

In the Harry Potter books and movies, there is a character so evil, so foul, so corrupting that ordinary people refused to say his name.  Instead they referred to him as “he who must not be named”!  Of course that was … Continue reading

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Banking Salaries: What if that assumption is wrong?

Assumption,  noun;   plural noun: assumptions a thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof. (e.g.,”they made certain assumptions about the market”) Everyone knows the old saying about assumptions: When you assume, it’s easy to make an ass … Continue reading

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