Jun 2014

Avoiding the icebergs - mitigating financial disasters


New article by Martin Bellin, published in TMI Magazine

It was the middle of the night and as RMS Titanic floated through the North Atlantic, ladies and gentlemen, elegantly dressed, sat in the  lounge drinking champagne without a care in the world. The iceberg  didn’t come as a complete surprise; the captain knew they were in  dangerous waters, the crew was watching for ice, but everyone thought  that the ship could take it. Yet when the iceberg hit, the ship was torn   apart, and the glitz and jewels of that night, April 14 1912, sank to the bottom of the sea.

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