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He returned to law school in 2001, graduating from the South Texas School of Law in 2003. After law school, he opened his law practice focusing on transactional work. He continued his education at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2007 where he obtained an LLM in domestic and international taxation, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He has three certifications from the American Academy of Financial Management: Chartered Trust and Estate Planner, Chartered Wealth Manager and Chartered Asset Manager.
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Stratford | Fulham | Bristol | Birmingham | Gateshead | Leeds | Manchester Tuesday, September 13, 2011 PrintEmailTweet This! Save to Favorites It is often said that the central purpose of economic activity is the production of goods and services to satisfy our changing needs and wants. The basic economic problem is about scarcity and choice. We are continually uncovering of new wants and needs which producers attempt to supply by employing factors of production. Graphical World Progress Report – Now Available. Want the report?
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In short, there exists a deleterious positive feedback loop between overly leveraged banks and their sovereigns in key markets. Exhibit 1: European Banks are overly levered. Spanning 2006 through the latest data point, key European banking systems - France, Germany, and Italy - increased leverage. The chart above illustrates the ratio of bank assets to capital (see the IMF's Financial Soundness Indicators for the data and description of 'capital'). The countries are ranked by largest % drop in bank leverage spanning the period 2006 to current (Greece, Austria, and Belgium) to the largest % surge in leverage spanning the same period (France, Italy, and the UK).
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Print Blog / The Color of Money from Around the World by COLOURlovers. In honor of this month's release of the United States' redesigned five dollar bill I have been scouring through the 191 currently circulating currencies of the 192 member states of the United Nations to find some of the most colorful, unique and dramatic bank notes.
The New Five Photo from moneycenteral.msn.com The redesigned $5 bill was unveiled on September 20, 2007, and was issued on March 13, 2008. Previously covered here on COLOURlovers, the redesign involves some very noticeable changes, mostly for security reasons, but also in an attempt to make the bill more friendly to the visually impaired. The new five incorporates the use of micro printing of type to make it more difficult to copy.
Photo from moneycenteral.msn.com. The World's Most Colorful Currencies, Part 2 by COLOURlovers. In a blog post long, long ago we scoured through what was then the 119 circulating currencies of the 192 UN member states to find some of the world's most colorful currencies.
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