After almost two weeks in the Bella Center for the Copenhagen Climate Conference, money is still one of the main issues. The lack of financial aid for poorer countries is being addressed, but slowly and in parts.
From the perspective of an investor, there has been some interesting ideas floating around though.
A couple of days ago, [...]
My travel plans seem to be firming up and my sleeping space on the floor of an appartment hardening. It seems that every hotel room within about 100kms of Copenhagen is now fully booked. But my invite from the Committee of the Regions is in hand and it seems day by day to be more [...]
Without putting too much emphasis on this, the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen which opened this morning has the potential to be one of the defining moments in human history.
Sounds like hyperbole to me…
Your author has a quite fortunate position in the media which allows access to all sorts of experts, politicians and events. Having [...]
As if life as a financial planner wasn’t hard enough – and trust me, unless you have a scad of multi-millionaires as clients, life if hard enough – it seems that the efforts of Bernie Madoff have made things even tougher.
This article on CNN explains how clients are now demanding ever more accountability and separation [...]