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As the world of business gets increasingly complex, so do the demands on leaders who run organizations. More than ever before, leaders have to contend with myriad contradictions forced upon them by globalization, the changing workforce, the evolving competitive landscape, and various other megatrends. This blog draws its inspiration from the contradictions at the heart of great leadership.

Through conversations, first hand experiences, and meaningful research the points of view expressed here deal with the complexity of reconciling contradictions in one way or another. Hence the name &. 

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RBI to provide liquidity to non-bank financial firms

July 9, 2020

On July 1, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced guidelines for a $4 billion (₹300 billion) special liquidity scheme (SLS) to purchase short-term debt from eligible non-banking financial firms (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs). The RBI said its purpose is to “avoid any potential systemic risk to the financial sector.”

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Brazil’s central bank injects liquidity in financial markets

July 8, 2020

In March, Brazil’s central bank (BCB) unveiled a series of liquidity measures totaling $243 billion (1.2 trillion Brazilian reals) to ensure that “financial institutions have funding to meet the market’s liquidity needs.” The measures represent about 16.7% of last year’s GDP. In addition, the BCB can now temporarily purchase government bonds directly in the primary market and purchase corporate bonds in the secondary market due to recent constitutional amendements.

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