Malcolm Gladwell and Nassim Nicholas Taleb have made behavioural finance a popular nonfiction genre and been a boon to booksellers. July is national savings month, so I am being inundated with pulp studies from less erudite authors. But I was interested to see Oxford Risk’s study in co-operation with Nedbank.

Nedbank, recognising the complexity of behavioural finance, has appointed Amy Jansen to spearhead its initiatives on a full-time basis. A good decision by Nic Andrew, head of Nedgroup Investments...

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