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Prof. William Goetzmann Appointed Executive Editor of the CFA Institute Financial Analysts Journal

By: Electra Ferriello January 5, 2021
William Goetzmann

The Yale ICF would like to congratulate ICF Faculty Director, William Goetzmann, on his appointment as the new Executive Editor of the CFA Institute’s Financial Analysts Journal (the Journal)! Professor Goetzmann is honored to join the Journal as Executive Editor because it has been a...

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Winning Consumers at the Mailbox: How Brands Can Create Unforgettable Delivery Experiences

December 28, 2020
woman in yellow shirt opening a package with surprise

Consumers are more likely than ever to purchase and receive items without visiting a physical store. Instead, many will shop online, accelerating the rapid growth of e-commerce post-COVID-19. Recent reports suggest that 37% of consumers planned to shop online more than last year.[1] But with...

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Yale ICF Newsletter: December 2020

By: Electra Ferriello December 23, 2020
Yale ICF December Newsletter

The December 2020 issue of the Yale ICF Newsletter is available online and highlights include: The Yale ICF Wishes you a happy holiday! Yale SOM Finance Faculty On Covid-19 Prof. Robert Shiller’s U.S. Stock Market Confidence Indices YBlockchain? Webinar...

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NEW Collection of Yale SOM Finance Faculty Covid-19 Working Papers and Media Coverage

By: Electra Ferriello December 23, 2020
coronavirus

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Yale SOM finance faculty have commented on a number of Covid-19 related topics in the media and have used their research to further contribute to pressing issues such as the stock market, the economy, and federal interventions. Visit the Yale ICF's new...

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Blueprint for Enterprise Capital: A Strategy for Aligning Capital and Capacity to Magnify Nonprofit Impact

By: Andrea Levere December 23, 2020
Blueprint Capital

Capital is the fuel that drives the operations and growth of an enterprise, whether it’s structured as a for profit company or a nonprofit organization. But the capital markets that serve these enterprises differ significantly in how they invest—differences that often compromise the...

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European Commission gives tentative support for "network" of public asset management companies

December 22, 2020
On December 16, the European Commission (EC) announced its support for the creation of a network of national asset management companies (AMCs) (also known as “bad banks'') and encouraged Member States to create AMCs. Such institutions would acquire and manage non-performing assets (NPAs) from the balance sheets of lenders in their home countries. Assuming participating lenders can withstand the losses associated with selling these NPAs, this could free up space for new loans and ultimately bolster profitability. European banks have had profitability problems since the Global Financial Crisis. The Wall Street Journal recently wrote that the proposal shows that “Officials are publicly acknowledging a key lesson from the 2008 crisis: Fast balance-sheet cleanup helped U.S. banks recover quickly, while European lenders struggled under a lingering hangover of bad loans.” Continue reading “European Commission gives tentative support for "network" of public asset management companies”

Prof. William Goetzmann Appointed Executive Editor of the CFA Institute Financial Analysts Journal

By: Electra Ferriello January 5, 2021
William Goetzmann

The Yale ICF would like to congratulate ICF Faculty Director, William Goetzmann, on his appointment as the new Executive Editor of the CFA Institute’s Financial Analysts Journal (the Journal)! Professor Goetzmann is honored to join the Journal as Executive Editor because it has been a...

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Winning Consumers at the Mailbox: How Brands Can Create Unforgettable Delivery Experiences

December 28, 2020
woman in yellow shirt opening a package with surprise

Consumers are more likely than ever to purchase and receive items without visiting a physical store. Instead, many will shop online, accelerating the rapid growth of e-commerce post-COVID-19. Recent reports suggest that 37% of consumers planned to shop online more than last year.[1] But with...

Continue reading “Winning Consumers at the Mailbox: How Brands Can Create Unforgettable Delivery Experiences”

Yale ICF Newsletter: December 2020

By: Electra Ferriello December 23, 2020
Yale ICF December Newsletter

The December 2020 issue of the Yale ICF Newsletter is available online and highlights include: The Yale ICF Wishes you a happy holiday! Yale SOM Finance Faculty On Covid-19 Prof. Robert Shiller’s U.S. Stock Market Confidence Indices YBlockchain? Webinar...

Continue reading “Yale ICF Newsletter: December 2020”

NEW Collection of Yale SOM Finance Faculty Covid-19 Working Papers and Media Coverage

By: Electra Ferriello December 23, 2020
coronavirus

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Yale SOM finance faculty have commented on a number of Covid-19 related topics in the media and have used their research to further contribute to pressing issues such as the stock market, the economy, and federal interventions. Visit the Yale ICF's new...

Continue reading “NEW Collection of Yale SOM Finance Faculty Covid-19 Working Papers and Media Coverage”

Blueprint for Enterprise Capital: A Strategy for Aligning Capital and Capacity to Magnify Nonprofit Impact

By: Andrea Levere December 23, 2020
Blueprint Capital

Capital is the fuel that drives the operations and growth of an enterprise, whether it’s structured as a for profit company or a nonprofit organization. But the capital markets that serve these enterprises differ significantly in how they invest—differences that often compromise the...

Continue reading “Blueprint for Enterprise Capital: A Strategy for Aligning Capital and Capacity to Magnify Nonprofit Impact”

European Commission gives tentative support for "network" of public asset management companies

December 22, 2020
On December 16, the European Commission (EC) announced its support for the creation of a network of national asset management companies (AMCs) (also known as “bad banks'') and encouraged Member States to create AMCs. Such institutions would acquire and manage non-performing assets (NPAs) from the balance sheets of lenders in their home countries. Assuming participating lenders can withstand the losses associated with selling these NPAs, this could free up space for new loans and ultimately bolster profitability. European banks have had profitability problems since the Global Financial Crisis. The Wall Street Journal recently wrote that the proposal shows that “Officials are publicly acknowledging a key lesson from the 2008 crisis: Fast balance-sheet cleanup helped U.S. banks recover quickly, while European lenders struggled under a lingering hangover of bad loans.” Continue reading “European Commission gives tentative support for "network" of public asset management companies”