The University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business was endowed with a gift from the Richards family to support continued excellence in education. This support has been instrumental in our ability to provide students with an educational setting where positive learning experiences prepare them for future positions of responsibility . . .Read More...
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In this issue of Business Sense, Southwire Director of Internal Audits Ralph Sloan presents an innovative concept to supplement traditional financial instruments. Very interesting, indeed!
How to Shake Up the Financial System - What we really need is a completely new kind of financial instrument.
Banks have been around since before the Roman Empire. It started very simply; they accepted deposits and used those funds to make loans and profited from the spread. Although there are now seemingly limitless types of investment instruments and limitless forms of debt, as well as central banks, world banks, pension funds, exchanges, regulators and many other institutions that make up the "global financial system," the basic pinciple remains unchanged. Read More. . .