Citadel's big gains - Inside the 'Pandora Papers' - Insurtech pitch deck

Citadel's big gains - Inside the 'Pandora Papers' - Insurtech pitch deck
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Ken Griffin's flagship fund had a big September


Billionaire Ken Griffin's flagship Citadel fund, Wellington, gained 7.8% in September, outstripping its main rivals in multi-strategy investing. Here's what you need to know about Citadel's September results.

Inside the "Pandora Papers" investigation

The Pandora Papers, a trove of documents collected by journalists, has linked NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art and the British Museum with suspected looted Cambodian antiquities, and found that the Queen's estate bought a $91 million property from Azerbaijan's ruling family. We outlined what you need to know about the Pandora Papers.

Here's the 12-page pitch deck insurtech Ladder used to nab $100 million


Ladder, a startup digitizing the life-insurance market, just raised a $100 million Series D with backers like Thomvest Ventures and OMERS Growth Equity. Ladder's CEO shared the 12-page pitch deck the company used to raise the money - check it out here.

This 25-year-old quit engineering to start a financial blog

Dominik Wenzelburger quit his job as an engineer to become a self-employed blogger, evaluating financial products. Here's how he made the leap - and built a $169,000 portfolio along the way.


How Fed membership would make crypto payments more mainstream

Caitlin Long, a 22-year Wall Street veteran and now the founder and CEO of Avanti Bank, said her firm has applied for Fed membership - a move that, if approved, she said would bring significant US dollar deposit capacity to her industry. She explains what membership would mean for payments.

Jamie Dimon's daughter wrote him a "long, elegant, nasty letter"


After he joined former President Trump's business council, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's daughter wrote him a letter, including the line​​ "How could you, Dad?" He explains why he responded saying that MLK would have continued going to the meetings to "fight for his people."

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