The SEC misses 85% of fraud. GMI’s model is designed to identify fraud in advance. I’d love to see funds using this system to modify their indexes. If many do so, it could be one of the biggest tools in improving corporate governance. Continue Reading →
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GMI has enhanced their Accounting & Governance Risk (AGR®) ratings product. As I have indicated elsewhere, products like this one and GMI’s Forensic Alpha Model (FAM™)do a great deal in advancing corporate governance. See my September 26, 2013 post and FAMulous Basis for Achieving Alpha. Continue Reading →
No, this article isn’t about becoming famous though the internet, the Sisters of the Sororitas, or Famulous Eateries in Bangkok. Rather, I just spent an hour on a Webinar with GMI Ratings on their Forensic Alpha Model (FAM), designed to help investors predict stock returns using forensic-accounting and governance-related measures of issuer risk.
Yes, it was essentially a commercial… but it was very convincing. A few of the facts: Continue Reading →