Should a global bank eager to build new business relationships in Asia offer a loan to a new state-run coal company in Vietnam?
Should a global investment management firm get behind a new Israeli finance company led by a bold entrepreneur with an impressive, but short, track record?
Should a global integrated oil company make a large cash investment in a Russian natural gas company in order to seal the deal on an alliance?
Can three venture capital firms negotiate a deal for joint funding of a novel kind of alternative jet fuel?
How can a linear programming model help a portfolio manager decide upon issues of risk and return?
How does a Citibank loan officer calculate the risk of a loan to a seemingly successful Bolivian bank - whose clients are some of the poorest people in one of the poorest countries on the face of the earth?
How can a Brazilian bank remain profitable during a period of major economic policy changes?
Should General Motors' pension plan investment team adapt a low volatility strategy that, although attractive in many respects, contradicted generally accepted finance theory?
In the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008, how does a registered investment advisor analyze the degree of risk her client is willing to take on?