How a natural resource has brought the wealthiest nation in Latin America to economic and political chaos March 5, 2013. Hugo Chavez is dying for cancer in Caracas. March 7, 2019. An electrical blackout started in Venezuela. 6 years after the death of one of the most populist leader ever, we are still discussing about … Continue reading Venezuela is collapsing
2 days in The City to visit different companies and meet with top of the line professionals. The benefits of being part of GEM Finance Society! Despite Brexit, the call of London for people in finance remains strong. When it comes to business, stock trading and financial operations, The City is still the world’s most … Continue reading Financial Trip episode 2: London
28 Msc Finance students met and exchanged with major companies during an insightful trip to Paris Coty, BPCE Group and Eight Advisory. These are the companies which opened the doors to 28 Msc Finance students, on January 28th-29th. Ranked 16th worldwide in the Financial Times, from the Msc Finance course come out graduates with a … Continue reading Travel journal of a financial trip: Paris
As Mario Draghi announced on June 13th, the EBC bond-buying scheme known as quantitative easing won’t continue for 2019. All good things come to an end; and the Qe has been a good thing for many years. The ECB unconventional monetary policy which started in 2015 with the aim of slow down deflation and crisis … Continue reading The Quantitative Easing ends today
En Septembre le géant new yorkais des sacs à main "haut-de-gamme mais abordables” Michael Kors a annoncé l’acquisition de la maison italienne Versace pour 1,8 milliard d’euros. Miser sur les fusions/acquisitions est souvent l’une des manières de relancer la croissance. Les grandes marques de luxe de l’hexagone (LVMH, Kering et Hermès) dont les ingrédients … Continue reading Comment expliquer l’accroissement des M&A dans le luxe ?