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In spite of the limited evidence about the behaviour of mutual funds in emerging
markets, mutual fund investment in these areas has grown markedly over the past decade at a
quicker pace than even the developed markets have shown. The growth in mutual fund
investment is influential because it shapes the future development in the securities market and
has important policy implications. The high proportion of institutional investors creates more
timely information and therefore makes the market more efficient.
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As we reported in May 2007 , the TCF “implementation” deadline tested whether
firms were implementing necessary changes in a substantial part of their business. Firms
were expected to have allocated appropriate resources and responsibilities, developed
plans and processes, and created capability to meet the TCF principle. We would expect
a firm’s implementation plan to identify and tackle any gaps in their ability to ensure
customers are treated fairly, including the designing and selling of PPI.
This statement – that “nothing is criminal except by law [existing at the time
of the act]” is a mere nonbinding principle of justice – has a cynical ring to
it. It implies that judges can and should ignore principles of justice in service
of the sovereign powers that created their court.
As our goal is to observe managers’ abilities to generate profits through active management,
we employ only properties that were both bought and sold within the sample period, and thus for
which we have round trip transaction returns. In future versions of the paper, we will relax this
condition where possible to account for properties purchased within the sample period and not yet
sold, as well as properties purchased prior to the start of the sample and sold with the sample
The fourth component of the architecture of
community refers to connections between places as
expressed through the flow of people, capital and
information. We see these connections clearly in the
notion of bridging social capital and high value civic
institutions, and they are a logical consequence of the
ways in which quality public assets create consumer
and investor demand.
Understanding regional connections has become
important to policy analysts concerned with
economically distressed communities.
the main lesson to draw from this broad range of strategies is the importance of community
engagement and the key leadership role that women living with Hiv have to play in tailoring the
Hiv response to their needs.
Casual car theft, such as those committed by joyriding juveniles, still exists but
has become a lesser part of the auto theft problem. Increasingly, car theft is a
sophisticated criminal enterprise that involves title fraud, vehicle identification
cloning, and stripping cars for parts in “chop shops.” The domestic and
international black market for stolen vehicles and their parts is a profitable business.
Vehicle identification cloning helps facilitate the crime of dealing in stolen