The Observer covers "Ten Years Hence" lecture by Michael Schierl, a businessman who sees impact investing as a promising path for the Catholic church.
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The Observer: Sr. Helen Alford, economics professor at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome, kicks off “Ten Years Hence” lecture series.
Finance Professor Paul Schultz comments to Newsweek on the Financial Stability Oversight Council's ability (or inability) to predict future financial crises.
The Observer covers Mendoza's Ethics Week lecture by Joan Dubinsky, director of the United Nations Ethics Office.
The Observer covers Ethics Week lecture by Jerry Carter '88, vice president of tax and international finance at IDEX Corporation.
Chief Investment Officer website quotes research by Finance Professor Martijn Cremers about the effects of passive investing flushing out closet indexers.
Active investors are the hidden beneficiaries of the rise of index funds, writes Reuters columnist James Saft in discussing new research by finance Prof. Martijn Cremers.
Finance Professor Paul Schultz recently commented on the DOJ investigation of Moody's rating service for Sputnick News.
Reuters interviews Mendoza Finance Professor Robert Battalio, who testified before the U.S. Senate in June about discount brokers who fail to give best possible prices to smaller clients.
Woo, former Mendoza dean and current president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, also delivers graduation message at ceremony at Sydney campus.