Get powerful banking and treasury insights for your business. Connect with experts and colleagues to get the most up-to-date knowledge on hot topics such as digital banking, payments disruption and non-bank competition. Learn how the latest treasury management strategies are helping to mitigate operational, financial and reputational risk.
Since its launch in 2017, the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) has been supported by more than 1,500 organizations around the world. TCFD has developed recommendations for voluntary climate-related financial disclosures that are reliable, clear and efficient, and provide decision-useful information to lenders, insurers and investors.
In this webinar, you will hear from experts on the TCFD team on the newly released 2020 Status Report and how issuers are using its recommendations. You will also hear directly from an issuer that has applied the TCFD recommendations framework and will discuss its compatibility with other ESG reporting frameworks.
Chris Skinner, FinTech Author, Mike Heffner and Guy Mettrick Appian Industry LeadsRecorded: Nov 23 202058 mins
COVID-19 has accelerated transformation in the banking sector, but are those changes here to stay? To find out, Appian partnered with the Financial Times (FT) Focus to survey more than 250 senior executives from UK retail, commercial and investment banks on how they are managing new challenges to their banking operations.
Hear Chris Skinner, renowned FinTech author and Appian financial services thought leaders, Mike Heffner and Guy Mettrick dive into the survey findings and talk candidly about the ways that banks are dealing with the "new normal".
In this webinar, discover how:
66% of UK banks responded to the crisis by increasing automation
The crisis sparked greater adaptability and faster innovation cycles
Long-planned initiatives have been expedited to increase efficiency and productivity
Otto Kocsis, Zurich Insurance Group, and Magda Chelly, Marsh AsiaRecorded: Nov 23 202061 mins
As daily case counts in the US hit new records and European countries go back into lockdown, the pandemic shows no signs of abating. Businesses continue to grapple with the challenges COVID-19 has brought to their operations and revenue streams. As highlighted in the World Economic Forum's COVID-19 Risks Outlook report, supply chain and cyber security remain top of mind for executives and risk managers everywhere.
As a follow-up session to an earlier webcast on COVID-19 risk implications, Marsh and Zurich is hosting a special webcast for a deep dive into:
- Pain points on the supply chain.
- A case study of technology disruption within the supply chain.
- How to manage your pandemic response and recovery from a supply chain perspective.
- Best practices to manage your cyber risk.
From mass marketing fraud, to romance and work-from-home scams, and even business email compromise, savvy fraudsters are adapting to ever-changing technology and targeting your customers with a variety of illicit tactics, both online and conventional. These fraud schemes are often perpetrated by organized criminal groups and crime rings to inflict millions of dollars in losses.
Join us as we discuss emerging trends in fraud schemes and how criminals have adapted in order to circumvent improved security and controls in place at financial institutions. We also review red flags and best practices to protect your customers from the damaging financial and emotional effects of falling victim to scams.
Highlights of this educational webinar include:
- Evolution of fraud schemes & scams perpetrated through digital channels.
- Review of common scenarios used to target customers, including red flag indicators for romance scams, employment scams, lottery scams and more.
- Best practices for loss prevention, early detection, and investigation strategies.
- Role of technology in fraud mitigation, including cloud data and cross-channel analysis.
Tim Hynes, CIO, Allied Irish BankRecorded: Nov 20 20204 mins
Watch Tim Hynes, CIO, Allied Irish Bank talk about how HCL has helped them in enabling higher employee productivity and best-in-class user experience with the Next Generation Workplace Services. HCL collaborated with Allied Irish Bank on the program ‘EDGE’ which helped in simplifying their digital environment without compromising on security.
VentureBeat x FacebookRecorded: Nov 19 202060 mins
Learn top rewarded video integrations by game type!
Research has shown that the ad-supported model of in-game advertising is a major win for
publishers. By the end of 2019, in-game ads accounted for 17% of total worldwide smartphone
gaming revenue ($82.6B) – and that number is expected to triple by 2024.
But no matter your game genre, if your goal is to maximize the revenue impact of ad
monetization, it’s important to hone in on the right formats and strategies, and stay on top of the
latest best practices and research on what works best for your genre.
In this VB Live event, experts will share stats and user sentiment from research and analyst
reports covering everything from the best ad formats for every game type — from casual and
hypercasual, to strategy, action, and RPG, social casino games and more.
You’ll get an in-depth look at the best rewarded video entry points for your game type, including
what works best for each genre, common placements, design innovations and value exchange.
And you’ll learn about how to test ads in your game, no matter what genre it is.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
- Insights into in-app ad success by genre
- The best rewarded video entry points for each game genre
- How to leverage common A/B testing methods
- How to make sure ad integrations complement in-app purchases
- How leading publishers test and prove the revenue potential of ads
- Kiel LeBaron, Senior Director, Ad Monetization, Jam City
- Hahn Kim, Strategic Partner Manager, Facebook Audience Network
- Emma Bullen, Product Marketing Manager, Hyper Hippo Entertainment (moderator)
So you’re starting your own game studio. This is an incredible opportunity! You and your team get to start fresh, with no technical debt, and build the infrastructure of your dreams.
But what does that look like? Where have other new studios found success and failure? And how can you best build a platform on which to launch your new game? Join our panel of technical and operational experts for help on how to start strong, and prepare to scale. Plus hear from developers at other independent studios about how they started small and achieved big success.
You will learn about:
- Tips for starting your own game studio
- The landmines you should watch out for
- The best way to approach technical decisions as you grow
- Glen Schofield, Chief Executive Officer, Striking Distance Studios
- Emily Greer, Co-founder & CEO, Double Loop Games
- James Dobrowski, Managing Director, Sharkmob London
- Jonathan Singer, Senior Manager – Global Games Industry, Akamai
- Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer, GamesBeat (moderator)
Corporate Secretary, IR Magazine & LabradorRecorded: Nov 19 202052 mins
The importance of corporate transparency and efforts to promote it have grown beyond mere tick-the-box exercises to become major initiatives incorporating investor relations (IR) teams, their governance colleagues and outside parties.
During a period such as this, with a major pandemic and major economic distress, transparency is an essential means of ensuring investors feel reassured that they know what’s happening at a company, where it is going – and also what the company may not know yet. The proxy statement, Form 10K, the corporate code of conduct and IR website are all key tools for sharing the company’s message and helping maintain successful relationships with shareholders.
Our panel of experts will discuss issues such as:
• What challenges the Covid-19 pandemic has created for IR and governance teams in their work on transparency, and how they have adapted
• How companies are ensuring their proxy statement, Form 10K and IR website are effective and offer accurate, accessible, comparable and timely information
• How investors’ appetites for transparency have been affected by the crisis and economic uncertainty
Michael R Hoffman, customer experience guru, futurist and author and Appian’s Global Industry Leader, Jake SloanRecorded: Nov 19 202045 mins
Although the pandemic has upended nearly every part of our lives, the speed at which insurers are moving to digitize processes is still moving at a glacial pace. And why is that? Data clearly points to the importance of customer experience with respect to both increasing new business and retaining current customers, and that same data emphasizes that digitization is the best way to optimize and streamline processes - which positively impacts customer experience.
What is keeping insurers from just talking about innovating and actually innovating?
Michael R Hoffman, customer experience guru, futurist and author of Customer Worthy, Why and how everyone in your organization must Think Like a Customer!, joins Appian’s Global Industry Leader, Jake Sloan for a candid conversation about the bold steps that insurance organizations need to take to stay relevant and compete in the next decade - and beyond.
Ravi Rajamani, Practice Head – ServiceNow, Aspire Systems; Sharad Chaudhary, Sr. Technical & Functional Manager, FirmenichRecorded: Nov 19 202027 mins
How effectively are you managing your ServiceNow subscriptions?
Do you have a monitoring mechanism in place to ensure that roles are assigned in an on-demand basis?
Are your users aware about the need to have only required roles to perform their activities?
Are you already feeling overwhelmed with the reports you have to analyze to understand the utilization of subscribed roles?
Join us in our webinar on “How to save costs through better management of ServiceNow subscriptions?” where you hear from a ServiceNow platform owner who has a streamlined the ways to manage ServiceNow roles and subscriptions.
Here are the key takeaways:
· Expert overview of ServiceNow Role assignment and subscription models
· Best practices and guidelines on managing groups and roles in ServiceNow
· Guide to use performance analytics to get insights on utilization of roles
Joe Demian, Customer Success Manager, BlackLineRecorded: Nov 19 202027 mins
With employees that are new to a remote working environment, many can be experiencing an increase in the time to complete their deliverables. They are relying on a virtual communication structure, have limited access to essential documentation, and are asked to reprioritise activities and responsibilities to complete tasks with a decentralized team.
Learn about global settings which enable employees to focus on risk, timeliness, and importance based on the company’s needs and requirements to close faster.
In this webinar, Benji will discuss how they are investing in high growth UK businesses and will highlight the key contributors to their performance success, their current investment outlook and their portfolio strategy in the continued uncertain environment.
Adam Saville, Editor, COVERRecorded: Nov 19 202065 mins
Coronavirus has forced us all to consider the robustness of our financial security in the event of losing our job or getting sick. Little surprise, then, that research indicates an increase in interest in protection products from people of all ages and demographics. BUT a stalled housing market together with the anticipated recession may impact people’s willingness to consider a discretionary product like income protection. How can the industry innovate to address the needs thrown up by the coronavirus challenge? And with hard selling off the menu, how should protection brands help persuade a financially strapped public that this is one cost they can’t afford NOT to pay?
Veronica Alava, Raphaël Feillet (equensWorldline), Christopher Schmitz-EMEIA FinTech Leader (EY)Recorded: Nov 19 202067 mins
Today's customers are banking on the go. We have entered an era in which trust is not the primary factor anymore in choosing a bank, it is implied and expected. Thus, the new deciding factor is customer experience.
COVID-19 is accelerating the adoption of digital services, making almost all bank-customer interactions remote. That’s why customer experience needs to be taken to the next level: multichannel, convenient and engaging customer journeys are already a must.
On top of these trends, banks are now investing in seamless omnichannel experiences based on personal needs, integrated banking services, and proximity through remote advice.
What we also know, is that bank customers are happy to have a conversation from the comfort of their own homes if services are convenient and relevant. However, still the amount of consumers who receive remote advice and satisfying digital personalized services can be improved with the right digital tools.
So how can banks deliver the required experience within digital journeys when addressing their core customer needs in the midst of COVID 19?
Come join us to learn how banks can ensure a seamless customer experience that is simple, fast and intuitive. We will analyze together three digital customer journeys: Instant loans, Personalized payment services and complex financial advice.
• From Online Banking to Connected Banking
• How to adapt the customer interface within three customer journeys
• Key customer services : instant loans, payment services and complex financial advice
• Future ready digital banks (demonstration)
Tinku Gupta, Head of Technology at Singapore ExchangeRecorded: Nov 19 20204 mins
- Tinku Gupta, Head of Technology at Singapore Exchange talks about the role of
resilience in their technology road-map and how HCL has been proven an integral
part of it.
- With our Infrastructure capabilities, we have helped Singapore Exchange in building
an efficient technical environment that brings agility around innovation.
Jeff Rivera COO Lineage Logistics, Sean Harapko Supply Chain & Operations Regional Leader EY, Evi Cohen AppianRecorded: Nov 18 202058 mins
During this Reuters panelist discussion, topics include:
Explore the key impacts of 2020 on supply chain operations and discuss what is needed for businesses to successfully outline and implement a progressive and resilient strategy to drive growth, manage ongoing risk and maintain quality of products for customers.
With increasing eCom requirements, shifts in logistics capabilities and fast paced inventory management fluctuations, where should companies aim to remove blockages and replace redundant, highly error-prone processes with automation to match the renewed need for speed, flexibility and accuracy?
Discuss the drawbacks of overly complex supply chains - layered with silos that contribute to a lack of communication and operational visibility - and analyze how best to overcome these obstructions and bridge the gaps in your supply chain processes to drive up efficiency.
Join the DBRS Morningstar North American CMBS Large Loan credit team Wednesday, November 18th at 11:00 AM for a discussion on COVID stresses as it relates to the SASB office sector. In addition, the team will offer an update on the trends around regional mall delinquencies.
The webinar will be hosted by Gwen Roush, Senior Vice President, North American CMBS Surveillance, along with David Putro, North American CMBS Surveillance, Jason de Souza, North American CMBS Surveillance, and Alex Sgorlon, North American CMBS Surveillance.
George Galanopoulos, Sanjay Singh and Akhil Bajaj, Frost & SullivanRecorded: Nov 18 202066 mins
COVID-19 has impacted the professional services market significantly. Corporate transactions and how they are conducted have seen substantive and transformational changes, driven by digitalization, demand compression, and supply chain challenges. Geopolitical issues further compound the ongoing situation. What are the significant medium- to long-term challenges and opportunities for stakeholders? When will the M&A transactions market return to normal? Is there a silver lining to the COVID-19 crisis for the transaction market?
1. Discover parallels and differences with the dotcom bubble bust and mortgage crisis
2. Learn how to optimize the deal-making process in the new normal
3. Identify the new practices to make transaction execution more efficient
4. Understand how M&As can be used to enter new transformational sectors and growing economies
DBRS Morningstar invites you to join us for a webinar on Tuesday, November 17 at 2 p.m. EST where our U.S. RMBS team will be providing an outlook for 2021 and reviewing performance trends over the past year. Hosted by Mark Fontanilla and joined by senior members of the U.S. RMBS team, the group will provides updates on the U.S. macroeconomic outlook and housing and mortgage markets before diving into discussions about the different types of RMBS transactions we cover: Prime, Non-QM, RPL, CRT, MILN, SFR and Reverse Mortgages. A Q&A session will follow the prepared remarks.
As the COVID pandemic continues to evolve, employees are struggling under the weight of the unknown. From the stress of working from home or returning to an office environment when regulations are in flux, to the intense pressure on employees with school-age children who are trying to juggle work and impromptu teaching, workers are wrestling with hard choices and difficult issues. The scale of employee mental health support that HR and business leaders must provide is unprecedented.
In this webinar presented by TriNet and FEI, the Workforce Resilience Experts, you'll learn about the impact that COVID is having on employees' mental health and productivity — and, in turn, how employees’ mental health impacts the health of a company. You’ll learn about the internal strategies organizations need now to support employees, from adapting communication policies, to creating buddy systems for co-workers, flexible work schedules, and more.
Registration is free!
- What employers need to know about COVID’s impact on the mental health of their employees
- How the mental strain of COVID may negatively impact the health of a company and employee productivity
- Best steps and practices companies are taking to help their employees get through this difficult time
- Christy Yaccarino, Executive Director, Benefit Strategy and Wellness, TriNet
- Michael McCafferty, Consultant, FEI Behavioral Health
- Stewart Rogers, Moderator, VentureBeat
Jeff Becker, Forrester Senior Analyst and Josh Seeman, Senior Director AppianRecorded: Nov 17 202052 mins
As companies start to return to the workplace, safety is of the utmost importance. For most companies, this is uncharted territory. Appian will host Forrester for a joint discussion looking into the trends they are seeing for both a productive and safe return to the workplace during this time. Join Forrester’s Senior Analyst, Jeff Becker, and Appian’s Josh Seeman, Senior Director, for a fireside discussion that will take a deeper look at what organizations have needed from a technical perspective to successfully return their workforce to the office.
Sam Kilmer, Cornerstone Advisors | Dave Thomas, Sterling National Bank | Derek Corcoran, TemenosRecorded: Nov 17 202059 mins
Financial institutions can no longer count on face-to-face interactions to drive growth, especially in deposit account opening. Digital banking strategies now must stretch to become explicit business generators that include exceptional experiences from service to new account sales. Listen in as our experts discuss:
- Best practices for account onboarding, including how Sterling National Bank went from being a traditionally commercial-focused institution to launching a digital direct bank with consumer account opening– generating $290 million in new deposits in the first two months
- How to turn digital onboarding into demand generation and real revenue in a socially distant world
- Five ways to “stress test” your current onboarding experience and make small, but impactful, improvements to enhance the customer experience
This webinar is ideal for any financial institution employee looking to grow deposits and use digital account onboarding to build future demand and loyalty.
What sets a great IR program apart from a good one? In this webinar, we will talk to winners from the recent IR Magazine Awards in the US, Canada and Europe to hear the secrets of their success. We will discuss how their IR programs functioned before Covid-19 and how they’ve changed since, and dig deep into the specific categories these winners were successful in.
Further details to follow shortly.
Elisabeth Rudman, Managing Director and Head of European BankingRecorded: Nov 17 202038 mins
DBRS Morningstar will host a webinar on the performance of European banks during the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic to date and the ongoing uncertainty facing them, including developments in areas such as loan loss provisioning, moratoriums, and further banking-sector consolidation.
The webinar will be hosted by Elisabeth Rudman, Managing Director and Head of European Banking, in London on 17 November 2020 at 3:00 p.m. GMT. Elisabeth will be joined by Maria Rivas, Senior Vice President; Nicola de Caro, Senior Vice President; and Vitaline Yeterian, Senior Vice President to discuss these trends and the performance of DBRS Morningstar-rated European banks.
The discussion will last approximately 25 to 30 minutes and will be followed by an interactive question-and-answer session. DBRS Morningstar welcomes all who wish to participate.
Temenos & NDC Tech ExpertsRecorded: Nov 17 2020108 mins
Bank of the Future Forum is an engaging and open forum where Banks, FIs, Regulators and Global Fintech’s will gather together to network, share experiences, exchange insights and industry information and discuss practical steps banks of the future need to take to maximize the potential from investment in Temenos products and NdcTech services. It is a unique opportunity to initiate, develop and maintain lasting business relationships.
Eric Norland(CME Group), Sachin Patel(CME Group), Yi Zhu(Bloomberg), Hou Zhen Hai(Straits), James Wang(Straits)Nov 24 20206:45 amUTC105 mins
Straits Financial Group (Singapore) will host a series of webinars. The series consist of three webinars, covering in vogue topics of Cryptocurrency, Metals and Energy. It will feature industry specialists, economists and experts to share their outlook on investment and market trends.
The webinar on Metals will take place on 24 November 2020. Join this webinar to hear the panel experts talk about macroeconomic outlook and its impact on metals market, trading strategies, and investment products on metals.
We have two guest speakers from CME Group. Erik Norland, Executive Director & Senior Economist at CME Group, will give a talk on Commodity and Metals Macro Outlook. Sachin Patel, Senior Director, Head of Metals Products (Asia Pacific) at CME Group, will give an introduction about COMEX Copper, Aluminum and Iron Ore products Development.
Our guest speaker Yi Zhu is Global Head of Metals & Mining, Bloomberg Intelligence. She will give a talk on Base Metal Outlook 2021.
Our in-house speaker, Dr. Hou Zhen Hai, Chief strategist of Straits Financial (China), will give a talk on Q4 Macro Outlook and Overview. James Wang, VP of Futures & Options at Straits Financial Group, will give a talk on Base Metal Inter-exchange Arbitrage Opportunities.
Companies are under increasing risk of activism over ESG issues. While governance has always been a key focus for investors, environmental issues have rapidly climbed the agenda in recent years, especially those related to climate change. More recently, the Covid-19 pandemic has thrust attention on previously overlooked social issues, such as employee safety and welfare.
In this webinar, we will explore how institutional investors consider ESG factors in their engagement and proxy voting, with a particular focus on the continental European market. We will also hear from companies about how they manage investor engagement over ESG issues and what methods they are using to track and report progress in this area.
In this webinar you’ll hear:
• How engagement differs depending on the ESG topic in question
• Which issues investors are focused on in 2020, and expectations for next year
• Case studies of successful engagement over ESG issues
• How to use sustainable reporting frameworks to demonstrate progress against goals.
Tradeshift: Roy Anderson CPO & Jonathan Laverentz Product Manager. Cain IQ: Richard Porcaro Head of Solutions and ServicesNov 24 20204:00 pmUTC51 mins
Taking your supply chain digital isn’t just about doing the work faster. It’s also about building a better way to process across procure-to-pay functions in order to gain more insight to become strategic and agile. And right now is your opportunity to accelerate digital processes. Doing so enables more visibility, collaboration, automation, and straight-through processing to increase managed spend and touchless processes for all your spend categories while getting suppliers paid in days.
This is the fourth in a series of webinars that highlights the emerging trends and practices to prepare for a new world where organizations are leveraging digital to recover quickly and prepare for the future. In this session, we will capitalize on digital processes to network all internal and external supply chain stakeholders so that upstream and downstream processes not only run fast, but also are more agile, automated, collaborative, and aligned on shared objectives.
Join us for this presentation as our speakers discuss:
• How a networked approach to procure-to-pay (P2P) helps automate straight-through processes that will get all spend under management and pay sellers in days
• How a network aligns all stakeholders across physical and financial supply chains for better efficiency and results
• Why B2B Marketplaces are at the forefront of the network approach to deliver accurate, enriched data to drive touchless AP
• How a digital foundation leads to better customer success
Lee Gannon, Head of Paid Social, ReceptionalNov 25 202010:00 amUTC90 mins
For the fifth session in the series, Lee Gannon will give an overview of LinkedIn Advertising as a channel in 2020 and what makes it a good fit for the finance sector. We’ll cover audience targeting, recommended ad formats and what makes a successful offer. From attending the session, you will leave with a framework for creating your own campaigns, as well as some actionable tips and tricks to implement.
James Roche Senior Consultant, FICONov 25 202010:00 amUTC60 mins
The COVID-19 crisis has been exploited by fraudsters, skyrocketing the number of attacks perpetrated. Scams have cost banks more than €24 billion over the past two years, and all the European banks and institutions agree that 2020 figures will be much higher. Scams are up 66% in the first 6 months of this year, with the trend showing no signs of slowing down.
How are you changing your processes to fight scams? How are other banks combatting authorize push payment fraud and other schemes?
FICO has a unique perspective on scams fraud, based on our work with banks around the world. Don’t miss our webinar How to Fight Fraud from Scams, 25th of November at 11 am CET, where our expert James Roche will share with you insights and best practices to avoid fraud scams.
Join us to discuss:
• Prevalent scam types today
• The impact of COVID-19 on scams
• How to identify scams secure a payment flow in real time, and protect your organisation and your customers
• 2021 trends
Senior Consultant, FICO
Before joining FICO, James has worked in the fraud and business transformation functions at major global banks including Santander and Barclays. James has substantial experience in delivering strategy and solutions for authentication, driven by regulatory initiatives including PSD2 and strong customer authentication, Open Banking and 3D Secure v2.
Mike Clements, Pras Jeyanandhan and Kevin AddisonNov 25 202011:00 amUTC60 mins
For investment professionals only.
Launched in November 2020, the managers of this European income fund seek to generate returns by identifying high quality companies that have a long term sustainable competitive advantage, with potential to generate growth over time. At the point of entry the valuation of the company is attractive to the fund managers, either because it has fallen out of favour in the short term, or because it is “off the radar” of many other investors.
Meet the fund managers in their first introductory webinar.
Erik Norland (CME Group), Nicolas Dupuis (CME Group), Michelle Zhang(DME), Kevin Tan (Straits Financial)Nov 26 20206:30 amUTC105 mins
Straits Financial Group will host a series of webinars. The series consist of three webinars, covering in vogue topics of Cryptocurrency, Metals and Energy. It will feature industry specialists, economists and experts to share their outlook on investment and market trends.
The webinar on Energy will take place at 2:40pm, 26 November 2020. Join this webinar to hear the panel experts talk about macroeconomic outlook and its impact on energy market, energy trading strategies, and energy investment products.
We have two guest speakers from CME Group. Erik Norland, Executive Director and Senior Economist at CME Group, will give a talk on Commodity and Energy Macro Outlook. Nicolas Dupuis, Senior Director, Head of Energy Products at CME Group, will give an introduction NYMEX Energy Market Development.
Our in-house speaker, Kevin Tan, will give a talk introducing Straits Financial Energy products, how we utilize the OTC system and new trading strategies.
Sam Bamert, Askif; Sam Beeby, Bambu; Joanne Segars, Now:Pensions; Sheila Kagan, PayKey; Chair: Fiona Couper, TeamspiritNov 26 20209:00 amUTC90 mins
Unlike the 2008 crisis, Covid-19 was not of the FS sector’s making and, as such, many have vowed to build back better to create a more resilient, inclusive and fairer FS ecosystem. Seizing the opportunity to create trust, the fintech response has been supportive, more long-term in its thinking and above all human.
We’ll hear from those at the forefront of ensuring integrity and humanity are key pillars in financial services. Learn how their business models and sound governance-based decision making ensure that purpose and profit go hand in hand, where not compromising on doing the right thing, is the most successful decision of all.
Nikos Karelos/John Mallios, Profile Software | Carl Jabbour, Fiduciam Ltd. | Simon Bateman, Allica BankNov 26 202010:00 amUTC45 mins
If you are a Digital bank, a conventional bank, or a marketplace lender, do not miss this webinar! Learn how to competitively address loan management challenges in the new normal and meet the shifting requirements while maintaining client satisfaction.
Join Profile Software's Nikos Karelos, Banking Director, and John Mallios, Banking Solutions Director, Fiduciam's Carl Jabbour, Head of Investor Relations and COO and Allica Bank's CIO, Simon Bateman, in a discussion on how to best address the loan management requirements in the New Normal. Our two guests field experts explain how modern solutions helped them, to continue working during lockdown and even more so, to grow and expand their business, post covid.
This webinar focuses on the impact of the new normal on loan management and, how a proactive approach to a digital transformation journey, with cost-effective & compliant solutions, can help firms work and excel in their field without extra costs.
Mike Clements, Pras Jeyanandhan, James Lynch, Josh McCathie and Lawrence GoslingNov 26 202011:00 amUTC60 mins
For investment professionals only.
'The Great Income Hunt' will be hosted by the Editor-in-Chief of What Investment, Lawrence Gosling, and feature discussions with the fund managers of our two specialist equity income funds: VT Downing European Unconstrained Income Fund and MI Downing Monthly Income Fund.
They will outline the challenges faced by income seekers in today's market, and reveal how they are trying to solve this growing problem with examples of exciting opportunities.
Tammy Coley, Chief Transformation Officer, BlackLine | Sean Bennett, Director Strategic Innovation, BlackLineNov 26 20202:00 pmUTC38 mins
Be further introduced to modern accounting through the Accounting Innovation Framework, and walk through how to categorize your accounting processes so you can begin to optimize your account reconciliations.
Gordon Kerr, Senior Vice President, Head of European Structured Finance Research, DBRS MorningstarNov 26 20203:00 pmUTC75 mins
DBRS Morningstar will host a webinar on 26 November 2020 at 3:00 p.m. GMT focusing on the analysis of Italian residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) transactions and the proposed addition of Italy to the “European RMBS Insight Methodology” and related model. The webinar will be hosted Gordon Kerr, Head of European Structured Finance Research, and Ketan Thaker, Managing Director and Head of European RMBS and Covered Bonds in London.
The discussion will look at the Italian RMBS market structure, the loan-level analysis that will be applied by the European RMBS team, and its use in the proposed European RMBS Insight model for Italy. Making use of loan-level data from the European DataWarehouse, the European RMBS team has established a loan scoring approach that will tie into the “European RMBS Insight” methodology. The webinar will also cover recent performance of Italian RMBS and the housing market.
The discussion will last approximately 25 to 30 minutes and will be followed by an interactive question-and-answer session. DBRS Morningstar welcomes all who wish to participate.
In order to protect themselves from evolving external threats, financial institutions continue to strengthen their fraud controls by deploying fraud detection solutions across a variety of channels. However, it is imperative that financial institutions do not overlook the threat from within.
Financial institutions are especially vulnerable to employee fraud, as fraudsters within the organization have access to large amounts of personal identification information and financial transactional data, along with access to customer accounts. While these schemes can add up to significant fraud losses for financial institutions and their customers, they can also enable other illicit activity and pose significant compliance concerns.
Join us for this insightful presentation, as we discuss the financial and reputational risks, as well as the potential compliance concerns of employee fraud. Learn the tactics used by internal bad actors and best practices to mitigate losses, including how appropriate monitoring of both employee access logs and transactional activity can alert institutions to fraudulent activity by employees.
In this educational presentation, you will learn:
- The scale of the crime of employee fraud, including the potential for losses and compliance considerations
- Review tactics internal bad actors use to commit fraud against financial institutions
- Best practices to mitigate losses and protect your institution from internal threats, - including appropriate monitoring and fraud controls
Listen in as we explain how LCH is expanding its clearing offering in Japan, benefiting local participants. Hear the latest developments at SwapClear, ForexClear and RepoClear, and how you can take advantage of LCH SMART to generate significant operational and capital efficiencies. Join Daniel Maguire, Group Director, Post Trade Division, LSEG, and Chief Executive Officer, LCH Group, and Yutaka Imanishi, Head of Japan, LCH, for the LCH Virtual Seminar on 30 November.
Details: 30 November 2020 | 15:00 - 16:00 JST
15:00 - 15:10 JST | Welcome & Opening Remarks
· Daniel Maguire, Group Director, Post Trade Division, LSEG, and Chief Executive Officer, LCH Group
(in English with Japanese subtitles)
15:10 – 16:00 JST | OTC Derivatives Trading and Clearing in Japan
· Yutaka Imanishi, Head of Japan, LCH, discusses LCH services and how they support Japan’s OTC derivatives market for local participants
To learn more about how LCH supports OTC Trading and Clearing in Japan, please register for this session.
Corporate Secretary & DiligentNov 30 20204:00 pmUTC60 mins
The Covid-19 pandemic initially led many boards to pause their pursuit of M&A activity amid economic uncertainty and the need to focus on keeping their own companies afloat. But that activity has been returning in recent months. CNN recently cited data from Refinitiv showing that 37 deals worth $5 billion or more, totaling $496 billion, were announced between July and September, making it the busiest third quarter since records began in the 1970s.
As transactions have returned, so has the need for legal and compliance teams to complete their work on deals in unprecedented circumstances. Companies are also looking at organic growth. Our panel of experts will look at how professionals can pursue due diligence, entity management and other efforts successfully amid a pandemic.
Topics for discussion will include:
• What are the challenges and risks of conducting pre-deal due diligence while team members work remotely and face travel restrictions?
• How can technology and best practices address these challenges?
• During a potentially busy period for M&A but with limited resources, how can technology help with entity management?
• How have laws and regulations changed globally as a result of the pandemic that teams need to be aware of while conducting M&A?
Ladan Etemad - Business developper Manager et Karim Bouhzada - Expert solutionDec 1 20209:00 amUTC45 mins
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Experts from BT and CiscoDec 1 20203:00 pmUTC30 mins
Homeworking is here to stay, but everybody who works from home knows the frustration of poorly performing applications. At the same time IT leaders are struggling to keep their services secure and get the visibility and control they need. That’s why they’re looking to deliver the same network services they deploy in the office at home.
In our latest webinar, together with Cisco we explore:
o why you need to think about SD-WAN at home as an option
o different options to support different employees in your organisation
o how the costs of the solution balance against an office solution.
o Andrew Small, Digital Solutions Director, BT
o Dominic Elliott, CTO BT global relationship, Cisco
o Paul Crichard, Chief security technology strategist, BT
Kanika Hope, Gregory N. Hill, Thomas Fehr, Jeff Wright, Azfar KarimuddinDec 1 20204:00 pmUTC75 mins
How do you ensure your IT spend is driving growth and innovation and not just keeping the lights on? To answer this question and more, we are pleased to invite you to join an exclusive webinar with our panel of C-suite business leaders from market-leading banks such as ANSA Merchant Bank, Bank Julius Baer Europe and Canadian Western Bank.
In this interactive panel discussion, we will discuss how the Temenos Value Benchmark (TVB) helps our clients understand, accelerate and optimize the tangible business value created by their investment in IT. You will also hear from our panellists on specific insights from the benchmark that helped with their business agenda, recommendations to peers on how to leverage the TVB and the role of IT in driving the CEO agenda.
The number of new and first-time retail investors has increased dramatically during the last year – following brokerage accounts switching to a commission-free model and a significant uptick in investing since the Covid-19 outbreak. It’s incumbent on IR teams to find new ways to engage with these new and existing retail investors to build meaningful relationships that can be rewarding for both parties.
But retail IR is as much about marketing and communications as it is about traditional investor engagement. This requires cross-functional collaboration and an understanding of how to attract and retain retail investors. In this webinar, you will hear how a number of different companies are reassessing their retail IR strategy, and how companies can use perks to attract and reward an investor group that is long-term-focused and typically votes with management.
Lucy Fitzgeorge-Parker, Euromoney (mod.) | Maurizio Poletto, Erste Group| Christian Rau, MastercardDec 2 20201:30 pmUTC60 mins
From open banking and blockchain to digital payments and ecommerce, Central and Eastern Europe has been ramping up innovation in retail banking for more than a decade. Investment in technology has paid off this year as the coronavirus crisis has driven a surge in uptake of digital services. In this episode we look at how banks and their tech partners have responded to changes in customer behaviour and needs during the pandemic, and how they are positioning to support their clients and the wider society in a post-Covid world.
CUBE’s Head of Sales, Rob Fulcher, sits down with Compliance Risks Concepts CEO, Mitch Avnet, to discuss the US election results. While the final outcome hangs in the balance, all routes point to a Biden victory. Rob and Mitch discuss what, this means for financial regulation, compliance, and the future of RegTech.
VentureBeat x YellowHEADDec 2 20206:00 pmUTC60 mins
Creative is the key to user acquisition and is going through an evolution. Gone are the days of
guesswork and hunches for creative production — data is now leading the charge, and
industry/category best practices have evolved. With data, you can optimize creatives for
different social media platforms, find the right creative for each audience in each geo on each
platform, drill down to the elements that resonate with your audiences, and more.
In this VB Live event, GamesBeat, yellowHEAD, Zynga, and Snapchat will discuss how to
optimize creative for user acquisition; how to create your own set of best practices for every
target audience and geo; how to gain a competitive edge through new, groundbreaking creative
processes and technologies; and more.
Registration is free!
You'll learn about:
- How data-based creatives boost user acquisition
- Developing your own set of best practices
- Optimizing creatives for every social media platform
- How to gain a competitive edge in your UA efforts with smart creative ideation
- And more!
- Maria Waters, Head of Conversion Optimization, Zynga
- Oliver Wapshott, Creative Strategist, Snap
- Noa Miller, Marketing Creative Strategist, yellowHEAD
- Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer, GamesBeat (moderator)