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“It’s really important that we have that kind of culture where our young people, all of our people, know that it’s not just OK, but it’s their job to raise their hand and say here’s what I would do to make it better,” he said. “Lots of the best innovations we’ve done as a firm have not come from this head. They’ve come from the head of some staff accountant. They bring that news forward and say, respectfully I guess most of the time, ‘Jim, I think we’re screwing up. We’re doing it XYZ way. Why aren’t we doing it the other way?’ That happens a lot.”

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