SFI CommunityEvent – 2017 Ulam Lectures: John Geanakoplos on Debt and its Discontents Part 2

good evening everybody my name is Syd Redner I am a faculty member at the Santa Fe Institute and I’m honored to be introducing tonight’s activities so on behalf of the Santa Fe Institute I first want to begin by thanking Thornburg investment management for their continuous and generous support of this lecture series I […]

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How Banks Can Fail Even Though They Print Money

The liquidity and solvency constraints on the banker are peculiarly tight. They have to hold some liquid assets and they cannot survive a substantial fall in the value of assets. The reason is because… banks issue liabilities, they’re extremely liquid and they have very little equity. Banks have very little equity. You look at a […]

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What Is New with Solvency II?: The EU and US Insurance Solvency Regulation Landscape

Jim Jockle (Host): Welcome to Numerix’s video blog I’m your host Jim Jockle, and with me today Peter Abramovich, VP Insurance solutions at Numerix of the client solutions team. Welcome Peter. Peter Abramovich (Guest): Thank you Jim. Jockle: So in our video blog we’ve been talking about capital markets issues — Basel III, managing counterparty […]

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Topic : Bankruptcy | Subject : Regulation | Uniform CPA Exam | Review in Audio

The overall objective of bankruptcy law is to allow honest insolvent debtors to surrender most of their assets and obtain release from their debts. A secondary purpose is to give creditors fair opportunity to share in the debtor’s limited assets in proportion to their claims. Bankruptcy questions normally emphasize when involuntary and voluntary proceedings can […]

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