Finance

PFRDA observes NPS Diwas today: How NPS allows financial freedom at retirement?

To encourage pension and retirement planning among Indian residents, the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) is marking October 1 as National Pension System (NPS) Diwas. PFRDA has started a campaign called “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” to raise awareness of this on its social media channels. PFRDA aims that by promoting this campaign, every …

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Show Me (How to Get) the Money: Cities and Climate Finance

Since its inception in 2020, the focus of ICLEI’s Daring Cities forum has been to catalyze and accelerate local climate emergency action. And certainly, with well over 2,000 jurisdictions from around the world having formally declared a climate emergency, there is no shortage of projects that cities are seeking to launch tied to the overarching …

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10 financial investment mistakes to avoid this Dussehra

Financial investments are a matter of individual choices depending on the risk-taking ability and the time horizon of each individual’s goals. However, it is imperative for every individual to be aware of the common mistakes that one should avoid while investing. 1. Insure before you invest There is nothing more important than life. Insurance is …

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Finance documents released for Chico council race – Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO — Finance documents breaking down campaign funding for the Chico City Council race were filed and made public Thursday. There are eight candidates spanning four districts throughout Chico with only two of the races containing a sitting candidate. During each election cycle, candidates who have raised enough money to meet the threshold must file …

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Ireland’s financial strategy can be summed up as talking European, walking American, sounding Irish – The Irish Times

“No experiments” was the simple dictum for good governance that was reinforced, time and again, by Konrad Adenauer, the first chancellor of postwar West Germany. He understood that government must be taken seriously; it is not a laboratory for politicians to “try out” notions. No longer would Germany be enthralled to suicidal “experiments” dreamed up …

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Limiting the shock: adjusting personal finances to market turmoil

Most British investment managers spent last week pinned to their screens, watching the impact on their funds of the UK market turmoil. But one executive at a British funds house spent the week poolside in Dubai, fretting about his hotel bill. “I was watching my holiday get more expensive by the day,” he said. But …

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How IBM Cloud for Financial Services is Helping to Mitigate Risk in the Industry

New report conducted by independent big four public accounting firm validates IBM Cloud Services are implemented against, and adhere to, the IBM Cloud Framework for Financial Services technical, administrative and physical control requirements According to a study[1] by IBM Institute for Business Value, 64% of banking and financial market leaders surveyed cite industry-related regulatory …

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The world is flirting with another global financial crisis, and the next few weeks are key

It’s hard to overstate the magnitude of the financial trouble Britain and, because of its financial heft, the world found itself in this week. We came within inches of “global financial crisis mark 2”. That’s not hyperbole. Towards the end of 2008, it was clear that many Wall Street investment banks were on the brink …

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Financial markets are in chaos. What next for the real economy?

The federal reserve began raising interest rates to fight inflation in America a full six months ago. But its determination to crush surging prices, whatever the cost to the economy, is only now starting to sink in. The central bank’s latest policy meeting, which ended on September 21st, has been followed by dramatic moves in …

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