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From euro funds to unit-linked products: how to encourage investors to invest in unit-linked products?

The returns on euro funds in life insurance policies are at half-mast and secure savings accounts no longer protect against inflation. As

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How can you boost your clients’ savings through sustainable finance?

To get out of this uncomfortable situation, salvation could well be found on the side of sustainable finance. Green investment is indeed

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Causality fallacy

It is time to recruit an assistant. Let’s assume you know a lot of potential candidates qualified for this job and that

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Cognitive Bias: The Monty hall Case

Congratulations! You have been invited to be on a famous TV game called Monty Hall. To win a beautiful car, you have

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Biodiversity, greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption… Which environmental objective should your ESG funds focus on?

More than ever, sustainable finance is on the rise. Chastened by global warming, the health crisis, and social tensions around the world,

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MiFID 2 and the suitability test: how European regulation incorporates ESG preferences

Asking investors about their ESG preferences will soon become part of the routine for financial advisors.

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Cognitive bias: Gambler’s Fallacy

You need to recruit a junior manager for your retail department.  You know that a lot of people are qualified for this

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Cognitive Bias: Conjunction Fallacy

We work in an international import/export firm with an extremely large distribution of our products worldwide. We have just received

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Cognitive Bias: The Law of Small Numbers

A study carried out by an eminent institution in a poor, tropical country reveals that 20% of the inhabitants of a small

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