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In order to keep a close eye on the economic and financial environment as well as on client evolutions, 99 Advisory provides a continous research effort aimed at contributing to a better knowledge and understanding of various topics.

This work delivers 3 types of publications:
The section monthly letters tackles the economic and financial news to anticipate and manage risks.

The section points of view contributes to detailed analysis of regulatory matters or financial business segments.
We publish points of view semi-annually.

  •  The section in the Media covers the publications in the written news where 99 Advisory was approached to share its expertise and its work experience.

Monthly newsletter - September 2017

A Roadmap to Compliance Framework and Methodology Creation
Changes in the regulatory landscape challenge compliance function efficiency and impose that they constantly review their operative model and processes. Hence the need to construct a fit-for-purpose framework, which can provide longevity to a range of applications, both in terms of cost and maintenance.
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Monthly newsletter - September-October 2016

The central bankers' Visible Hand
Through close monitoring of the financial system, the central banks and regulators have become the visible hand behind the functioning of our Western economies, with all the systemic risks that such a concentration of decision- making power presents.

In his book "The Wealth of Nations", Adam Smith described, in 1776, the concept of "natural identity of interests" and the superiority of the "obvious and simple system of natural liberty" over "the mercantile system". He thereby established the bases of neoliberalism and made famous the term "invisible hand".

Today, this hand has become more and more visible with ever- greater intrusions by the central banks and regulation, with the aim of monitoring the financial system from a central point. However, it sets limitations on public-power intervention, particularly in the field of financial regulation: and what if the State and central banks were wrong?
In any case, an increasing number of voices are now being raised to criticise the action of central banks. The questions recently put to Mrs Yellen, Mr Draghi and especially Mr Carney are the most tangibles of these instances. It is primarily a certain way of
practising monetary policy that is, in fact, less and less understood.

The reality is that the nature of monetary policy has now fundamentally changed and is practised with tools for which no one is really managing the impacts. Even if the public in general doesn't feel concerned by these debates amongst experts, it is now really in this sense that this famous new monetary policy is in the process of fundamentally changing its way of life: the recent exchange-rate shifts in the pound and euro bear witness to this fact. Likewise, the criticisms raised by the British parliament in regard to the BOE and its governor have referred to the policy of Quantitative Easing as responsible for an unprecedented widening of inequalities on the other side of the channel. As for G10, we could easily talk of a transformation of developed economies into economies of annuitants, which would explain why growth still remains very slow.

As Mrs Yellen highlighted a few years ago, the dilemma now for the central banks is that there is no guarantee that the quest for price stability and maximum employment is compatible with protecting the security and solidity of financial institutions as well as reducing systemic risks.
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