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Ken Mertzel, Global Industry Leader–Insurance, Automation Anywhere & Ann Delmedico IPA Advisory Managing Principal, CognizantRecorded: Dec 9 201957 mins
InsurTechs and new online insurance companies are disrupting the industry, forcing insurers to rethink how they interact with customers and deliver a high-quality experience. With the emergence of attended automation and cognitive intelligence capabilities, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a critical technology solution empowering insurance associates to quickly deliver exceptional service by putting critical information at their fingertips, automating manual tasks and enabling real-time collaboration across the organization.
Automation Anywhere, the leading provider of RPA and cognitive intelligence solutions, and Cognizant, a leader among intelligent process automation service providers, will offer insights on how insurance organizations are using RPA, machine learning and intelligent automation to drive operational efficiency and transform insurance operations.
During this session, we will discuss:
•Robotic Process Automation trends and benefits
•Use cases describing where companies typically apply RPA in the insurance industry
•Specific examples showing how RPA and intelligent automation can be used to increase operational efficiency and improve customer service.
Part 1 of 2 in our crypto video series, where we look at the growing adoption of cryptocurrency and some of the features that come with holding cryptocurrency within the Exchange Traded Product (ETP) structure.
Armit Bhambra, Head of iShares UK Retirement, BlackRock; Guido Giese, Executive Director, Applied Equity Research, MSCIRecorded: Dec 9 201948 mins
Sustainability is the future of investing. With an improvement in investment data, more sophisticated ESG analysis and a broad range of products to choose from, investors have more choice than ever before when building sustainable portfolios. However, the industry’s rapid growth has made the space confusing and difficult to navigate. Hear from experts at MSCI & iShares as they break down the sustainable investing landscape and the various ways investors are building sustainable portfolios.
- Armit Bhambra, Head of iShares UK Retirement, BlackRock
- Guido Giese, Executive Director, Applied Equity Research, MSCI
Matt Jarvis and Denizer IbrahimRecorded: Dec 9 201928 mins
This webinar will provide investors with an update on fund performance and portfolio positioning, as well as looking at a number of case studies where the team is engaging in significant value creation initiatives. Investors will hear from Matt Jarvis, co-Fund Manager of the L&G UK Property Fund, and Denizer Ibrahim, L&G’s new Head of Retail and Futuring. Denizer will discuss our thoughts on retail trends and how we are responding to what is a rapidly changing landscape.
FinTech Futures and AEVIRecorded: Dec 9 20196 mins
AEVI at Money20/20 USA: The ultimate merchant experience
The ultimate merchant experience is so much more than a payment device! AEVI’s Nicky Koopman elaborates on what smart POS is and how to get the most of this new “business-in-a-box” proposition.
* Maximising the business opportunities with digital/mobile and turning a payment device into an actual business tool
* The benefits for merchant acquirers as they move from just payment processing to offering a full suite of solutions
* Tools within AEVI’s solution that independent businesses can use to successfully compete, such as an built-in loyalty system
* How to handle the changes – including the mentality shift – that are happening both externally and within the organisation
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* Italy’s largest bank UniCredit to cut 8,000 jobs by 2023 to reward shareholders
* China gears up digital yuan with potential digitisation of ID cards ahead of 2020 launch
* Ant Financial to raise $1 billion fund for Southeast Asian and India start-ups
* South Korea to launch open banking system this month
* Mexican lendtech start-up Konfio bags $100m investment led by SoftBank
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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
Christine Brown-Quinn, The Female CapitalistRecorded: Dec 6 201959 mins
The key to progressing your career is to work hard, right? Well, yes, at the beginning of our careers it’s our hard work, reliability and efficiency which helps us build a positive reputation from which we can position our careers for further growth.
The harsh reality, however, is that the importance of your hard work decreases the more senior you become. Once you start moving up the ladder, certain behaviours and a distinctive mindset drive career progression as this is what enables you to navigate the unwritten rules - rules relating to the so-called ‘soft’ skills which are career critical.
To discover the unwritten rules and the behaviours and mindset required for successful career navigation, join the IFLR Women in Business Law webinar, Career Success – Knowing the Unwritten Rules Changes Everything, hosted by Christine Brown-Quinn, The Female Capitalist on Friday, December 6, 2019 at noon GMT time.
As a tumultuous 2019 draws to a close, we look ahead at what to expect in 2020. Will the US-China trade war gather momentum or are we close to a détente? Will the UK election deliver a path to Brexit? What can we expect from the US elections? And, in South Africa, will Ramaphosa’s promised revival bear fruit or will SA remain mired in low growth and rising debt? MacroSolutions’ John Orford considers the outlook for global and local financial markets in 2020.
David Slarskey, Matthew Dodge, Casey SullivanRecorded: Dec 5 201961 mins
Slack, the massively popular workplace messaging platform, is changing communications and discovery as we know them. That's because Slack is quickly supplementing, if not replacing, email and discrete documents. Yet legal teams are used to documents, not chat rooms.
Join us for an upcoming webinar on how Slack is changing communications and discovery--and why your discovery and investigations process needs to catch up.
Register now to learn:
How Slack is changing discovery and investigations
Why Slack could hold key data for your case
The unique challenges Slack data poses
How creative legal teams are leveraging Slack data during the discovery process
Best practices for dealing with Slack data, from those who’ve done it
Founder, Slarskey LLC
David Slarskey is the founder of Slarskey LLC and an experienced commercial litigator with more than a decade of experience in litigation, trial, arbitration, and appellate practice. He has represented a wide range of individual and corporate clients, including entrepreneurs, large health care and pharmaceutical companies, financial guarantors and hedge funds, real estate developers, media, energy, and international interests. Prior to founding Slarskey LLC, he was Counsel in the litigation department of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, and associated with Friedman Kaplan Seiler & Adelman LLP. For four years running, David Slarskey has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star of Business Litigation in the New York Metro Area.
Customer Success Manager, Logikcull
Matt is a seasoned eDiscovery expert and account manager at Logikcull where he helps law firm and enterprise customers implement efficient, defensible, and cost-effective discovery workflows. Before joining Logikcull, he worked as a director for the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, responsible for training and certification for Fortune 500 companies and leading service providers.
Nirvana Farhadi, Global Head RegTech, HV & Dan Knight, CTO, Global Financial Services, HVRecorded: Dec 5 201954 mins
Let’s face it, financial services institutions’ main business objectives are to generate revenue, grow the business and be competitive. Most firms, though, are caught up in ever-increasing cost and resource burdens from dramatic increases in regulatory obligations. Data is changing the world as we know it and pulling us from our comfort zones into change, transformation and, in some cases, uncertainty. Let’s delve into how financial services firms can use their data to navigate these complex changes in regulatory and legal obligations. Learn how to monetize data for better business revenue and outcomes.
In this session, we’ll examine two solutions that allow you to apply your data to simplify compliance and risk obligations and improve your bottom line. We’ll take a look at regulatory challenges around liquidity risk with Intraday Insights and learn how to optimize intraday liquidity to generate immediate savings while simplifying compliance reporting. And Datacom will share observations and insights on the development of Open Banking Standards and APIs and how major banks are complying with the updated policies
Also joining this webinar will be Bruce Hrovat from Intraday Insights and Michael Lentini from Datacom.
Sreeni Yallasir, Sr. ServiceNow Architect; Raghav Udupi, Sr. ServiceNow Architect; Stephen Makowski, ServiceNow ConsultantRecorded: Dec 5 201961 mins
Although ServiceNow has already established itself as an industry leader leveraging its powerful modules and applications, they constantly expand their existing capabilities through new releases. ServiceNow’s latest release “New York” has been launched recently with multiple new features and products. In this webinar, we will conduct an expert analysis on new features and products from the New York release.
Key takeaways from this session include:
- Now Mobile App, Agent Mobile App, and Mobile Onboarding App
- Transform the IT experience with ServiceNow DevOps
- Guided App Creator
- Integration Hub: Powerful Integrations & Workflow Automation
- Predictive Intelligence
- ITOM : Operational Intelligence
- Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
- Other new features on, SAM, PA, Service Portal and more
Matt McPhail, Global Director of Systems Engineering, Scale ComputingRecorded: Dec 5 201947 mins
Scale Computing HC3 Edge virtualization infrastructure provides enterprise-class features to remote locations and boosts edge computing capabilities with disaster recovery. This allows you to run today’s legacy IT applications as well as quickly and easily implement transformative, mission-critical applications for IoT monitoring and devices as needed. In this webinar you’ll learn:
• How computing at the edge is increasing because of IoT.
• Why IoT devices located at the edge need local computing resources of with the reliability and availability of a full datacenter.
• How you can decrease hardware investment needed to provide high availability for edge and IoT workloads.
• How you can optimize individual locations for the required workloads.
• How you can communicate and offload data to the cloud.
Andrew Vermes, Senior Consultant, Kepner-TregoeRecorded: Dec 5 201959 mins
Frameworks are necessary tools for any enterprise. The more complex our IT infrastructures become, the more we need them for effective governance. Information Technology Infrastructure (ITIL), a catalog of best practices considered the gold standard has been updated. ITIL4 builds on the best of ITIL and provides a set of principles to accelerate your continuous improvement journey.
This webinar is designed to help IT service professionals make key decisions by resolving these questions:
•Should we “upgrade” to ITIL4?
•How does ITIL4 help us with our DevOps journey?
•If we already have a framework such as IT4IT™, KCS ® or one we’ve developed internally, what is new to be learned?
Andrew Vermes has been with KT for 25 years. He is a master at improving IT service performance and has done so at organizations including Dell and Siemens. He regularly leads sessions for the IT Service Management Forum (itSMF) on Incident Management, Problem Management and other topics related to continuous improvement for IT delivery.
Kepner Tregoe is a pioneer in effective thinking for problem-solving for over 60 years.
2019 has seen policy easing by central banks amplify the search for yield amid an unclear global economic backdrop. In this presentation, Seth Meyer and Tom Ross, credit portfolio managers at Janus Henderson Investors, take stock of market conditions and the economic outlook to consider the prospects for high yield bonds in 2020. Areas covered include:
•Market dynamics within different regions and why global high yield is expected to remain in demand.
•The catalysts that could drive a widening or tightening of spreads, with US politics set to play a starring role.
•Whether quality will continue to outperform or will a trough in the cycle see fresh appetite for lower-rated bonds.
Angus Sippe, Portfolio Manager, Schroders Multi-Asset team, & Adam Farstrup, Head of Multi-Asset Product, Americas, SchrodersRecorded: Dec 5 201923 mins
Please join us as Angus Sippe, Portfolio Manager on Schroders’ Multi-Asset team (and a Sydney expat) looks at ways asset allocators can wrestle today’s crocodiles of distorted markets, geopolitics and other forces impacting the global capital markets. However, unlike the main character, our view is a ‘bigger’ knife may not always be a better thing – although, staying focused and being nimble will be the key to global asset allocation in 2020.
As we approach the end of 2019, Trevor Greetham, Head of Multi Asset, presents his final quarterly update of the year. Trevor will be sharing with listeners his latest fund positioning and time on the investment clock, as well as his outlook for 2020.
Dev Chakrabarti, Portfolio Manager Concentrated Global Equities - AllianceBernsteinDec 10 20199:00 amUTC60 mins
Dev Chakrabarti, Portfolio Manager Concentrated Global Equities at AllianceBernstein, will share his thoughts on the key challenges and opportunities ahead for global equity investors against a backdrop of slowing global economic growth. A strict focus on quality and an ability to blend out shorter-term market noise, are two key ingredients in a successful investment approach to global equities - join Dev to find out more about the best opportunities in the new year ahead.
Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional InvestorDec 10 20199:00 amUTC60 mins
As 2019 draws to a close, what might the coming year bring for those with an interest in financial markets? We will discuss four of the major questions that will need answering in 2020.
Trade war: the beginning of the end?
• What will a ‘phase one’ trade deal mean for China and the United States?
• How will it impact Vietnam, Taiwan and other countries that have been forced to navigate trade tensions between the two countries?
• How confident should investors be in a deal? What are the chances that all of the recent tariffs get rolled back?
US outlook: When America sneezes
• What is the outlook for the US economy and, by extension, for the Fed Funds rate? How will that impact Asian economies and markets?
• How worried should investors be about the US election next year? Will markets react differently to a Democratic Party win than a Republican Party win? What is the best result for the asset markets?
China outlook: keeping the growth dream alive
• China’s government is committed to doubling the size of the country’s GDP between 2010 and 2020. Is this ambition on track? What steps is the government taking to ensure it will happen?
• What should investors expect from China’s markets over the coming year? Where will the USD/CNY rate go?
What's next for Asia?
• How have Asian economies endured the uncertainty of the trade war? Which economies show the most promise in the coming?
• Which Asian asset markets are most attractive to investors at the moment? What are the biggest risk factors to be aware of?
• Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney
• David Mann, Global Chief Economist, Standard Chartered
• Eric Robertsen, Global Head, FX, Rates and Credit Research – Head, Global Strategy, Standard Chartered
John Bilton, Head of Global Multi-Asset Strategy & Patrik Schowitz, Global Strategist, Multi-Asset Solutions - J.P. MorganDec 10 20199:00 amUTC30 mins
This session discusses the 2020 Long-Term Capital Market Assumptions and look at how you can use them to inform your own strategic asset allocation. They will explore the key themes that have emerged from this year’s research, from the failure of monetary stimulus to the next phase of Chinese growth.
Since the Brexit referendum the Janus Henderson UK Property PAIF has continued to hold a higher level of cash in the face of continued political and market uncertainty, and remains open for dealing. During this webcast Co-Manager Ainslie McLennan will explain that the fund’s emphasis is on holding a broad mix of high-quality properties with robust tenants on long leases in good locations. The diversification that comes from maintaining a balanced portfolio means the fund is not heavily exposed to one particular sector.
Marco Conte, Senior Product Owner Risk & Fraud, and Pierre Jauffret, Senior Product Manager Payment & RiskDec 10 20191:00 pmUTC45 mins
As highlighted in our previous webinars, the implementation of 3D Secure 2 will bring a number of advantages to merchants, customers and the European payments industry as a whole. We invite you to our webinar with Wirecard experts who will guide you through the new SCA migration deadline communicated by the European Bank Authority and explain how this affects your transition into the new security process.
Here are your key takeaways from this webinar:
- Receive the latest European Bank Authority updates related to SCA migration
- Understand how the new timelines affect your business
- Familiarize yourself with the best practices and common business use cases under PSD2
- Learn what to consider for a smooth migration
Join Wirecard experts Marco Conte, Senior Product Owner Risk & Fraud, and Pierre Jauffret, Senior Product Manager Payment & Risk, for the next installment in the 3D Secure 2 webinar series.
Following the huge demand to attend the in-person taster session for the Certificate in Sustainable Investing and Finance (CSIF) in London on November 27th ( https://www.responsible-investor.com/events/events_page/csif_pre_course_with_andreas_hoepner_london/ )we are broadcasting a shorter version via a webinar on Tuesday 10th December.
The CSIF program aims to introduce sustainable investment professionals and intermediaries from the responsible investment space into modern finance and investment practice. It provides sustainable investment proponents with deeply needed technical and conceptual knowledge of financial markets, and modern methods of financial decision-making such as financial data science.
The webinar will include:
1 Why Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
1a) The fine but crucial differences between the ‘Net Zero’ and the ’2 degree’ target
1b) CTI & the IPCC trajectory: ‘Developed by scientists’ not just ‘science-based’1c) Imperatives for the Global GHG Diet: Discipline & Measurement
2) What is Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
2a) The Planet Parameter: -7% on average per annum
2b) Baselines for both versions of Climate Transition Investing
2c) Greenwashing Preventions
3) How can anyone advance in Climate Transition Investing (CTI)?
3a) Climate Transition Investing across Asset Classes
3b) Estimating Absolute GHG emissions
3c) Scaling GHG Intensity measures without sectoral bias (i.e. GHG/revenue is biased in favour of Coal and Integrated O&G)
Charles Glasse, Manager of the Waverton European Dividend Growth FundDec 10 20192:30 pmUTC60 mins
Waverton European Team discuss Capital Cycle Investing, highlighting the challenges the team face using this philosophy due to the extended period of low real interest rate, as well as the stock opportunities available.
Founder & CEO Ariel EvansDec 10 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
Cyber is the #1 business issue and touches everyone from the top down –boards to business owners - from a compliance, risk and auditing perspective. This webinar is about how to rate your cyber maturity and how to educate your organization holistically about cybersecurity based on that maturity. It provides for a learning and development approach to understand cybersecurity from the business perspective that will help to unify your teams to become more cyber resilient.
Cyber Intelligence 4U offers programs such as ‘Enterprise Cybersecurity’ which is based on 3 years of research with the Fortune 1000 and the cyber insurance industry to identify the gaps between technology and the business. Learn about this non-technical course that is being taught at leading universities like Rutgers and Pace, and organizations like Citi, Verizon, UBS, The NY Federal Reserve, AM Best, and many other leading companies. See how they have had over 4000graduates in 2019.
Martha Bennett, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester & Gert Sylvest, Co-Founder, GM of Tradeshift FrontiersDec 10 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
Distributed ledger technology (DLT, AKA blockchain) and the internet of things (IoT) should be ideal companions. Distributed, peer-to-peer, blockchain-based networks enable the sharing of trusted data to support IoT scenarios that are difficult or impossible to implement with more traditional approaches. While these benefits will not emerge overnight, CIOs and CTOs need to understand the realities of blockchain technology in the IoT context. This webinar helps participants assess where blockchain should fit in their IoT plans . . . and vice versa.
Joe Dzigiel (Duck Creek), Jim Murphy (FRISS), Gian Calvesbert (Duck Creek)Dec 10 20194:00 pmUTC60 mins
To make end-to-end touchless claims handling a reality, insurers need to move beyond the traditional, often manual, processes that typically drive claims handling, and instead embrace the artificial intelligence and analytics tools that have become more widely available to the industry. Decisions typically made by humans, like claims triage or payment delegation, can be drastically improved by using these tools, and in turn, create better experiences for your customers. While AI promises to transform the insurance industry, implementing these technologies to enable touchless claims still has its challenges.
Join claims experts from Duck Creek and FRISS for our informative webinar, “Putting the I in AI: Enhancing Claims Decisions with Artificial Intelligence and Analytics.” We’ll discuss the increasingly important roles AI and predictive analytics are playing in claims handling and what carriers should consider as they adopt these technologies to digitally transform their businesses and meet customer expectations.
Please note: this webinar will run approximately 30 - 45 minutes.
Vanessa Hodgkinson, Especialista de Retail, OpenbravoDec 10 20194:00 pmUTC42 mins
Tras una breve introducción sobre lo mucho que ha crecido la omnicanalidad como tendencia entre los minoristas, hablaré de las principales ventajas que creo que aporta a los minoristas el traslado a la nube. Después, describiré brevemente Openbravo Commerce Cloud, nuestra plataforma móvil y en la nube para el comercio omnicanal.
Dimi Radu - Senior Document Specialist | Simon Horswell - Senior Document SpecialistDec 10 20194:00 pmUTC49 mins
Our document specialist team are our frontline against fraud. They analyse both genuine and fake documents from all over the globe to identify and highlight their weaknesses and strengths, so we can outfox the fraudsters.
Following our 2019 Fraud Index, our experts look forward and sharing their predictions for 2020 in the world of identity fraud. Join us to learn what security threats and attack vectors will be making waves next year, what they expect to see more (and less of), and how you can protect yourself and your business.
Bill McLucas, Doug Davison, Marty WilczynskiDec 10 20196:00 pmUTC75 mins
In this annual webcast, our panel will discuss key SEC enforcement issues from 2019, now, and what to expect ahead. Among other items, the panel will address:
• enforcement priorities;
• current legal and policy issues arising from enforcement cases; and
• developments in ICO’s; cyber-related matters; insider trading; FCPA; financial reporting; remedies and sanctions; and the Whistleblower Program.
Please join panelists Bill McLucas from Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP; Doug Davison from Linklaters; and Marty Wilczynski from Ankura Consulting as they address these and other key developments in SEC enforcement.
Elsie Maio | William McDonough | Joan Lamm-Tennant | Peter FusaroDec 10 20196:00 pmUTC59 mins
Corporate leaders and the investors who fuel their plans are navigating a steep learning curve together now. A cascade of unfamiliar ‘non-financial risk factors’ including ESG is upending longstanding models and morés of management and valuation alike.
And it’s not likely to abate soon. Extreme disequilibrium in both the natural environment and the human and societal condition is pressing on operating outlooks as well as personal conscience for meaningful redress.
Right now, the tools and collective will to do so are still coalescing. But a vibrant appetite for solutions is accelerating expansion and breakout leadership in areas where competencies are more mature and motivation to innovate more acute.
Our panel will share their deep experience in shaping the movement itself and lessons for CEOs and investors learned in three arenas where system wellbeing and profitability are beginning to meet at scale: the marketplace of green investments; materials and customer experience innovation; legacy insurers and stabilizing local communities of small farmholders.
Appearing in sequence before the full panel Q+A:
Moderator: Elsie Maio, CEO Humanity, Inc/SoulBranding℠ Institute
Peter Fusaro, Renewable Expert and Sr Advisor, AV Group/ Norwegian Private Equity Fund
William McDonough, Chief Executive, McDonough Innovation, TIME Hero for the Planet
Joan Lamm-Tennant, CEO, BlueMarble Microinsurance
Dov Lerner, Threat Intelligence Researcher, SixgillDec 10 20196:00 pmUTC45 mins
Credit card sniffers are malicious scripts that are injected onto payment pages of e-commerce sites and scrape customer payment information, including credit card data. They have been identified as the highest-impact threat to the retail sector, accounting for 88 significant breaches in 2018, including the Magecart attack against British Airways.
In this webinar, Dov Lerner will discuss discourse on the dark web surrounding credit card sniffers, and what this teaches us about the broader cybercrime enterprise.
FinTech Futures and SeismicDec 10 20197:00 pmUTC60 mins
Banks are facing increased commoditization pressure. In order to combat that pressure, they are focusing on improving their product offering to compete with peers, but also focusing on enabling their client-facing teams to deliver a differentiated client experience.
To achieve both of those goals, Banks are ramping up their spend on technology investments to stay ahead of competition, but struggle to prioritize where to invest, whether to build or buy, and how to measure success.
Join Seismic and FinTech Futures, and guest speaker Dharmesh Mistry, to learn more about the investments that Banks are making in enabling their client facing teams.
These teams, particularly Relationship Managers, are the messengers of your Bank’s brand and product offering to clients.
Now, it is as important as ever to ensure these teams are as educated, efficient, and effective as possible when interacting with clients and potential clients.
RMs, Treasury Sales, and other product specialists should be up to speed on the Bank’s products, position relative to competitors, and brand messaging. They should also be supported with the tools and resources to communicate this information to clients, within the guardrails of compliance.
After this webinar, you will walk away with:
•An understanding of enablement trends in Banking
•A prioritization framework for technology investments
•Details on how to enable your client-facing teams to deliver a better client experience
Peter Fusaro, Senior Advisor to AV Group Ltd.Dec 10 201910:00 pmUTC29 mins
Fusaro shares key findings from his research: 1) renewables are now affordable with costs declining 40-90%, 2) U.S. corporate buying of renewable energy has doubled in the last two years, and 3) renewables are great investments for pension funds
Research Team at WisdomTreeDec 11 20199:00 amUTC60 mins
Our outlook for 2020 and beyond is hinged on whether the US and China reach a trade deal or not. Will we have a trade truce or trade armageddon? If they fail to reach a deal, the global economy is likely to slide into a recession – the beginning of which has already started.
Join us for our upcoming webinar in which we will examine the new challenges and opportunities that we expect investors to face in 2020 given this uncertain backdrop.
• Gold shines amid global macro uncertainties
• Is Europe’s recovery losing steam?
• Haven currencies in vogue as global economy decelerates
• Slowing growth expectations to be a driver of bond yields
• Cryptocurrencies: 2019 was the end of the winter - what does the future hold?
A slowing economy, ongoing geopolitical adversity and turmoil and a ratcheting down of global growth expectations have been the backdrop for the most of 2019. Against this, what are the new opportunities – and challenges – for investors in the China market? May Ling Wee, China portfolio manager at Janus Henderson Investors will address this topic as well as provide a year-end review for Chinese equities, a portfolio update including positioning and performance review, and share the team’s outlook for 2020.
Please note that this webcast is for Professional Investors from the following European jurisdictions: Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Rebecca Yoder, Global Partner Solutions Director, DocuSignDec 11 20199:15 amUTC57 mins
Join our on-demand webinar, where experts from DocuSign and Seal will discuss the value of our integration for managing completed contracts. They will be joined by customer speaker, Jeff Lokey, Vice President of Legal Affairs at Infloblox who recently began leveraging the combined power of DocuSign and Seal to streamline their contract management.
Seal Software is the leading provider of contract discovery, analytics, and enables companies around the world to manage their contract portfolio by understanding exactly where their contracts are and what is buried in them, maximizing revenue opportunities, mitigating risk, and reducing extensions.
In this webinar you will learn:
• How to identify a need for Seal within your own business
• The best way to build a business case and gain executive level buy in through real life examples
• See a live demonstration
[European audience webinar] Philip Lawlor, managing director, global markets research, FTSE RussellDec 11 201910:00 amUTC45 mins
Global Markets Research, FTSE Russell.
(Session for investors based in EMEA)
In this 30-minute webinar, Philip Lawlor, managing director, global markets research at FTSE Russell, will discuss some of the risks confronting investors in 2020, before addressing questions via a live Q&A with webinar participants.
Key discussion points:
• Reviewing 2019’s global equity and bond market performance, in the context of a deteriorating macroeconomic backdrop.
• Appraising the current economic, profit, valuation and financial conditions market drivers.
• Exploring what’s priced in and what could surprise in 2020.
Steve Walker, Solutions Consultant, AdobeDec 11 201911:00 amUTC45 mins
Join us in our virtual, animated studio for this video webinar to discover how Adobe Document Cloud can help you unlock the power of digital document workflows. You’ll learn how to do the following:
• Obtain accountability and tracking capabilities for every document
• Give your teams the power to deliver paperless experiences to customers on any device
• Create forms in Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office
• Automate the storage of documents in Microsoft SharePoint
• Build intelligent document workflows using Adobe Sign and Microsoft Flow
• Ensure better security, collaboration, and organisation within your company.
There will be live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.