Martin Wolf – Lessons From The Financial Crisis


John Thornhill, the FT’s deputy editor, asks chief economics commentator Martin Wolf about his new book ‘The Shifts and the Shocks‘, what has been learned from the financial crisis, and how elites can regain credibility in the wake of the crisis.

Martin Wolf – lessons from the crisis

Gates Capital Returns 32.7% Tries To Do “Fewer Things Better”

Gates Capital Management's Excess Cash Flow (ECF) Value Funds have returned 14.5% net over the past 25 years, and in 2021, the fund manager continued to outperform. Due to an "absence of large mistakes" during the year, coupled with an "attractive environment for corporate events," the group's flagship ECF Value Fund, L.P returned 32.7% last Read More

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