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?
What issues confront companies doing business in countries that lack well developed legal and political infrastructure?
What are the most common reasons that firms fail, and what are the critical ingredients for a successful turnaround?
Should a consultant to pension funds add real estate investments to a mid-sized fund's portfolio?
What form of governance would best serve the beneficiaries of the New York State Common Retirement Fund, as well as taxpayers?
Should the head of a Wall Street firm launch a potentially risky CDO at a client's request, or lose out to competitors who would be eager to do the deal?