The New Middle Ground in Banking

New York used to be famous for its luncheon clubs. Professional New Yorkers would take time midday to combine a fine meal with a networking experience followed by a slow afternoon and an early retreat to the suburbs. Today our days are more pressured. A quick sandwich is often the best we can muster. For most of us…

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Mad Money

Thanks to the financial crisis there has been a flood of new books on finance. Most have focused on the drama itself or on the lengthy steps leading up to it. But few have raised the bigger issue is our financial system itself the problem. That’s the question Chris Whalen poses in his new book…


Slates in Financial Services – Changing the Conversation

The interest in Apple’s iPad amongst financial services business leaders creates a significant problem and opportunity for their IT staffs.  Lines of Business executives not only want to connect their iPads to the corporate network, but they want to start delivering enterprise business solutions on them as well.  This creates an immediate dilemma for IT…