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Wharton study: Immigration proposal will lead to less economic growth and fewer jobs
The proposed Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act, embraced by President Trump last week, would weaken the U.S. economy over the next three decades, according to a study released Thursday by the Penn Wharton Budget Model.
Knowledge@Wharton: To Hell and Back: Lessons from a Successful Subprime Survivor
In a conversation with Knowledge@Wharton, Ibrahim says: “I had to convince everybody in my company that we could make it because no company with 6,000 basis points of credit risk ever came back. Everybody else had written our obituary.” One of the most important lessons he learned, says Ibrahim, is to not waste time complaining about how unfair the world is and instead, focus on things that one can change. He calls his magic mantra “C to D: From the current state to the desired state.”
Key Lessons From A Lifetime In Risk Management
A major chunk of my 40 years of experience, in companies large and small, has been in financial services risk management – on and off, strange as it may seem, with stints in marketing, finance, operations and executive (p & l) management.
The unconventional way I choose my startup investments
I recently retired after working for 40 years at publicly held companies where my fiduciary duty was to my shareholders. For those 40 years I was tasked with delivering the highest possible return to my investors, without engaging in anything illegal or unethical.
Inside Philanthropy: Boring? Hardly. Why At Least Some Funders Care About Government Budgets
Some new funders are appearing in the budget funding space—with an eye toward generating better, more reliable data on what government is spending money on and how this spending affects different parts of society.
EMEL Magazine: 10 Questions with SA Ibrahim
S.A. Ibrahim spent the early years of his career with large corporations, such as American Express and General Electric. When an opportunity to join a smaller company came up, S.A. initially thought it was a step down in his career, but he was soon proved wrong.
Housing stocks hit the fan when the market crashed, but is now the time to give them another chance? Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to S.A. Ibrahim, CEO of Radian Group.
Leaders Magazine: Radian Rising
I may not have slept at night, thinking through the issues we face. But as soon as I approach the building, I have to smile broadly, because as the leader, if i’m not optimistic and giving people hope, it’s doomed. And when I an optimistic for the employees, it also makes me feel optimistic.
C-SPAN: Role of Government in Housing Finance