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As the public debate around Standard Gauge Railyway (SGR) funding and its attendant costs continues to emit varied nuances, the broader debate we need to have is whether the exchequer can continue funding large infrastructure projects without exerting significant pressures on the fiscus. On October…
Insurance and its main concept-that of distributing risk(s)-has been around since Edward Lloyd first opened the doors of his London coffee. Over time, the world of insurance has evolved, and so has its offerings-from the plausible to the most ludicrous. The Showbiz world has demonstrated…
 It appears 2017 was the year of lazy banking across Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). But before I start raising your hairs, let me provide a bit of background on this. Modern day banking is founded on Fractional Reserve Banking (FRB)-where commercial banks take deposits from the…
Are investors always rational? This is a question that has been subject of a number of academic studies and theories. Top of the list of theories is the famous Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH), which evolved in the 1960’s from Eugene Fama’s Ph.D dissertation. It states…

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