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The ECB: From Crisis Fighter to Liquidity Maestro?

Research Paper, Fixed Income, Pierre Boyer
The European Central Bank (ECB) has undergone a significant transformation, evolving from a passive observer to a proactive guardian of financial stability in the eurozone. As the ECB normalises its monetary policy after a period of unconventional measures, a key challenge has emerged: managing excess liquidity. This paper explores the ECB's evolving role in addressing this challenge.
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    Bastien Dublanc, Astrid Pierard, Jessica Carlier, ESG, SRI, Equities, Research Paper, Water

    PFAS: Genius gone wrong

    PFAS have been widely used for decades due to their unique properties in various domestic and industrial applications. They are resistant to water and virtually indestructible. They are also seen as the poison of the century. Where do we stand in terms of regulation? What are the PFAS-related risks? Where are the opportunities?
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