Articles by: Mélanie
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Are Consumer-Driven Sustainability Efforts Effective?
by / on 18/11/2018 at 19:00 / in Best Lawyers®

Are Consumer-Driven Sustainability Efforts Effective?

Conscious of their environmental impact, consumers in the United States and United Kingdom are increasingly choosing sustainable brands. Corporations like Starbucks, American Airlines, and Marriott Hotels are among many now banning plastic straws, an initiative against single-use plastics that cities like Seattle and New York have also enacted or proposed. With national legislature on environmental crisis stalling and global initiatives […]

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Pourquoi Bank of America performe aussi bien dans les M&A en France ?
by / on 21/10/2018 at 11:00 / in Économie

Pourquoi Bank of America performe aussi bien dans les M&A en France ?

A première vue on pourrait se dire que Bank of America est à la traîne dans le classement France des revenus M&A engrangés par les banques établi par Dealogic sur les neuf premiers mois de l’année 2018. En effet, BofA se classe à la dernière place du Top 10 avec 25 millions de revenus et 3,2% des parts de marché, […]

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Interview : « Le machine learning trouve désormais des applications sur les marchés de capitaux »
by / on 10/10/2018 at 17:30 / in Économie

Interview : « Le machine learning trouve désormais des applications sur les marchés de capitaux »

Vous souhaitez faire carrière dans la finance quantitative au sein d’une grande banque d’investissement ? Sachez que ces dernières tissent depuis longtemps des liens étroits avec les chercheurs en finance quantitative et recrutent régulièrement des étudiants de grandes écoles d’ingénieurs pour compléter leurs équipes dédiées. Michel Crouhy qui dirige les équipes d’ingénieurs financiers en recherche quantitative de Natixis réparties à Paris, Londres […]

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Le Top 30 des termes anglais pour travailler en banque d’investissement
by / on 25/07/2018 at 12:00 / in Management

Le Top 30 des termes anglais pour travailler en banque d’investissement

Vous voulez travailler en banque d’investissement ? Encore vous faut-il parler le même langage que les professionnels du secteur qui souvent usent (et abusent) d’anglicismes au sujet de leurs métiers respectifs, la finance demeurant une discipline internationale et l’anglais la langue des affaires. Sauf que le jargon technique n’est pas toujours compréhensible pour les néophytes, pas plus qu’il ne figure […]

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Leveling the Playing Field for Female Investors by Goldman Sachs
by / on 27/06/2018 at 15:00 / in The Review

Leveling the Playing Field for Female Investors by Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs announced the creation of Launch With GS, a $500 million investment in both companies founded, owned or led by women, and women private equity managers, including those starting their first funds. The latter component will be led by Suzanne Gauron, managing director in the firm’s Alternative Investments and Manager Selection (AIMS) business. She explains why Launch With GS is tackling diversity in the investor […]

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Be A Monster Truck, Not A Unicorn
by / on 26/06/2018 at 19:15 / in The Review

Be A Monster Truck, Not A Unicorn

Attaining unicorn status continues to be one of the main obsessions in Silicon Valley. The irony is that multi-billion-dollar valuations seem to be, well, almost humdrum nowadays. Yet the focus on becoming a unicorn may distort things. It may even stunt the prospects of a company. As the Notorious B.I.G. once noted: “Mo Money Mo Problems.” Granted, with huge amounts of […]

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3 Ways to Identify Cultural Differences on a Global Team
by / on 18/06/2018 at 10:00 / in Harvard Business Review

3 Ways to Identify Cultural Differences on a Global Team

In almost any business these days, you are guaranteed to interact with people whose cultural background is quite different from your own. In a global organization, you may have colleagues that come from a different country. You may partner with organizations whose employees come from another part of the country. There may also be cultural differences between you and some […]

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Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars
by / on 30/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Talks at GS: General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Crisis, Culture and the Future of Cars

Mary Barra has reshaped the culture of General Motors since becoming chairman and CEO in 2014, starting with her direct approach to the company’s massive ignition switch recall that year, and followed by sweeping changes in product development and technology that have made GM a leader in automotive innovation. “We don’t have a right to exist,” she told Goldman Sachs Chairman and […]

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Comment Goldman Sachs a gagné 200 millions en quelques heures en misant sur l’indice de la peur
by / on 28/05/2018 at 17:00 / in Entreprise

Comment Goldman Sachs a gagné 200 millions en quelques heures en misant sur l’indice de la peur

En pleine panique boursière, Goldman Sachs a réussi à engranger 200 millions de dollars de gains en une séance ! Encore une fois, Goldman Sachs a eu le nez creux. Le géant américain de la finance à la réputation sulfureuse – il a très souvent été accusé d’avoir joué un rôle dans la crise des subprime et la crise grecque – a […]

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The fairness factor in performance management by McKinsey&Company
by / on 06/05/2018 at 18:00 / in The Review

The fairness factor in performance management by McKinsey&Company

Many systems are under stress because employees harbor doubts that the core elements are equitable. A few practical steps can change that. The performance-management process at many companies continues to struggle, but not for lack of efforts to make things better. Of the respondents we surveyed recently, two-thirds made at least one major change to their performance-management systems over the […]

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