In journalism, a lede is the first few graphs of a story that introduce the reader to what's to come. Some are traditional, newsy, who-what-when-where-why ledes; some ledes set up a conflict; and some ledes are more anecdotal. It's the latter type that is my favorite.
In a feature that will appear online next week, I wrote about how the buy side is having to address know-your-customer mandates. The lede compares KYC processes to Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott's race to the South Pole. It's my f
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