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2020 June

Dealing With Uncertainty – Part 2

June 16th, 2020

In a world where our risk has now increased the natural inclination is to add to buffers as a way of protection, but this can become ruinously expensive. To offset this, the more levers you can pull and the more effective they are, the more you manage such costs. There are big gains therefore to […]

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Dealing With Uncertainty – Part 1

June 2nd, 2020

Victorian bridges (or any other long-lasting structure) remain functional because the engineering was known. Herein lies a problem our business contains a lot of uncertainty and subjectivity -What triggers customers to withdraw money? -Are wholesale markets riskier than retail? -Are government guarantees like the FSCS helpful, if so, how do they affect withdrawal rates? -Is […]

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