For small firms on a tight budget, renting a temporary CFO is an option. It also can be an attractive employment opportunity for those with the skills.
A case study in the dangers of pursuing short term profits and dismantling conservative risk management procedures.
Medallion Financial Group is a niche lender that has expanded from serving taxi drivers in NYC to more generalized asset based lending.
Are face to face loan interviews more accurate assessments than predictive models? Indeed, can facial features predict creditworthiness?
Business management firms work for a highly specialized niche, offering wealthy actors and other entertainers a mix of financial and other services.
Can inexperience actually be used as a selling point by a job applicant? An intriguing experiment suggests that it can.
Performance based pay not only is supposed to be a reward for past work, but also a spur to future productivity. How successful is it in this regard?
Personal empire building is a major problem in many large companies, and a big headache for financial managers guarding shareholders' interests.
Many financial professionals engage in other paid work on the side. Here we discuss the potential issues associated with such moonlighting.
Many financial services firms look in the wrong places to find wealthy and profitable clients. The best places are often unexpected.