Don’t. Just don’t. No “I don’t think we should treat this as regulatory arbitrage” in an email. No cc’ing your personal Yahoo account. And certainly don’t put “Optimizing regulatory capital” in the subject line.
All in, below is a really good example of what not to put in an email, courtesy of Patrick Hagan, the chief quantitative analyst at JPMorgan’s Chief Investment Office from 2007. Read more