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The Millennium Generation: Who Changes the World of Financial Services
How and in what are young people who grew up in the digital age ready to invest
Without irony, a woman who seeks to change the world of financial services gives us an interview in a conference room named after her by Warren Buffet, who does not trust new technologies. She lists applications that have changed the way she communicates with the world for her generation: Uber for transport, Tinder for dates, and even Washio for laundry and dry cleaning. “By pressing the buttons on our phones, we can do whatever we need when we feel comfortable,” says a thirty-year-old New Yorker with a name more suitable for an eighty-year-old baroness. Continue reading
“Money is the best motivation.” 10 career rules from a partner at UFG Wealth Management
UFG Wealth Management is the first independent family office in Russia. The company was founded in 2005 as a new direction in the investment company UFG Asset Management and in 2006 transformed into a separate business. Over the next 10 years, the company opened offices in Cyprus and Luxembourg, launched two hedge funds in Bermuda, increased revenues by more than 10 times, and Oksana Kuchura became a full partner with two male experts. Here are her 10 commandments for a successful career.
1. Think about how you will make money
Formulate realistic, but not very achievable goals at this stage and think of steps for their implementation, so that in a few years you can satisfy your basic necessities of life. No need to rely on dad or a rich husband. Continue reading
Manipulation and deception: how not to fall into the trap of a simpleton hunter
How to protect your budget from cunning sellers who are to blame for the 2008 economic crisis and what is the danger of political lobbying? A new book of Nobel Prize winners in economics talks about the risks of free markets
The Mann, Ivanov and Ferber Publishing House has published the book The Hunt for the Simpleton. The economics of manipulation and deception. ” The authors are two Nobel laureates in economics, identity economics researcher George Akerlof and Yale professor Robert Schiller.
The market economy has become a favorable environment for misleading consumers. Continue reading