Monthly Archives: November 2020

SimTrade: an eye-opener for gaining insights into the world of finance

SimTrade: an eye-opener for gaining insights into the world of finance During my studies at ESSEC Business School, I had the chance to attend the SimTrade course. This course helped me to secure an internship at Bank Al-Maghrib (the central … Continue reading

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Film analysis: Too Big To Fail

Film analysis: Too Big To Fail Foreward A pervasive moral stigma follows the financial sector, which has a dogged reputation for unethical and illegal behaviour. However, the ethical lapses often associated with finance are not always intentional. Instead, a contributing … Continue reading

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Film analysis: The Wolf of Wall Street

Film analysis: The Wolf of Wall Street Foreward A pervasive moral stigma follows the financial sector, which has a dogged reputation for unethical and illegal behaviour. However, the ethical lapses often associated with finance are not always intentional. Instead, a … Continue reading

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Film analysis: The Big Short

Film analysis: The Big Short Foreward A pervasive moral stigma follows the financial sector, which has a dogged reputation for unethical and illegal behaviour. However, the ethical lapses often associated with finance are not always intentional. Instead, a contributing factor … Continue reading

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Film analysis: Rogue Trader

Film analysis: Rogue Trader This article written by Marie Poff (ESSEC Business School, Global Bachelor of Business Administration, 2020) analyzes the Rogue trader film. Based on a true story, ‘Rogue Trader’ details how risky trades made by Nick Leeson, an … Continue reading

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Film analysis: Other People’s Money

Film analysis: Other People’s Money This article written by Marie Poff (ESSEC Business School, Global Bachelor of Business Administration, 2020) analyzes the Other People’s Money film. “Other People’s Money” is a film about a near obsolete publicly traded company, the … Continue reading

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Book review: Barbarians at the gate

Book review: Barbarians at the gate This article written by Marie Poff (ESSEC Business School, Global Bachelor of Business Administration, 2020) analyzes the Barbarians at the gate book. “Barbarians at the Gate” is a book title which quickly became a … Continue reading

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