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Planning and managing for hardened, secure assets is a key requirement for managing IT Risk and is mandated by many compliance sources such as PCI, NIST, FISMA and HIPAA – yet many organizations are not fully assessing their IT hosts and applications for secure configuration. In this live webinar, Lockpath’s Sam Abadir will share what configuration compliance management for 2020 and beyond looks like, including:
•What configuration compliance management encompasses
•Who should care about secure configuration management
•Why organizations are not doing this today and how this impacts the business beyond IT
Discover the future for configuration compliance management by attending this educational webinar. Register now!
Martina MacPherson, NSFM | Patsy Doerr, Thomson Reuters | Meggin Thwig-Eastman | Richard Lacaille, SSGA | Robert Walker, SSGARecorded: Mar 20 201964 mins
SDG #5: Gender Equality in 2018: The Impact on Investments
BrightTalk’s “SDG Webinar Series 2019” in partnership with #NSFMNextGen provides environmental, social and governance (ESG) research, insights and best practices from leading experts in industry and academia - across markets, asset classes, and the entire investment value chain.
The 17 U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), a leading framework for sustainability issues, serve as our roadmap to identify, classify, measure and benchmark key issues. The SDG #5 webinar kick starts the series, and provides insights on diversity, female empowerment and inclusion strategies and tactics.
Our expert speakers are leading researchers, corporate executives and product experts who will share their top down / bottom up perspectives on how diversity risks and opportunities can be identified, evaluated and benchmarked – at a corporate and at a portfolio level.
Speakers from MSCI and Thomson Reuters will provide unique insights into how their analysis as well as best inclusion practices have changed the role of females both in the workforce and as investment decision makers. Meanwhile, SSGA will share research and product insights and share a “tone from the top” view on how the #FearlessGirl campaign has influenced companies across the globe to increase the gender diversity on their boards.
Gregg Guerin, Senior Product Specialist & Leonardo Da Costa, Senior Portfolio ManagerRecorded: Mar 20 201962 mins
Today, according to the World Bank, Emerging Markets represent a larger share of the world economy than either the U.S., the EU and Japan individually. However, they do typically represent a more modest allocation in Investors’ portfolios.
Yes, emerging markets may be volatile, but over the long-term we feel the asset class can offer some compelling opportunities.
In this webinar, First Trust’s Gregg Guerin (Senior Product Specialist) and Leonardo Da Costa (Senior Portfolio Manager), will help promote your understanding of Emerging Markets in general, the underlying historical and projected macro-economic data, and the rationales behind investment decisions.
Jane Welsh, Senior Investment Consultant and Project Manager for the Diversity Project, and Marissa Ellis, Strategy Consultant, Advisor and the Founder of Diversily, discuss what it takes to be truly inclusive. How can organisations attract diverse talent from non-financial backgrounds? They explore the power of collaboration and sharing best practice, growing pressures on senior leadership and middle management, how government and industry regulators are driving D&I up the agenda, improving diversity in Asset Management and why it’s more important than ever for senior leaders from diverse backgrounds to become industry role models.
Genpact CDO Sanjay Srivastava, Elizabeth Lyle of BCG, David Crawford of Heidrick & Struggles, Brinda Murty of GenpactRecorded: Mar 19 201940 mins
Today’s enterprises are not only thinking about how to progress with the latest technology and tools, but also how to cultivate the right talent. In the third installment of his “Journeys in Transformation” webchat series, Genpact Chief Digital Officer Sanjay Srivastava explores the talent part of the digital equation, including what does leadership looks like, how to establish a solid foundation for talent, and what are the key skills in the digital age. Joining him in the discussion are: • Elizabeth Lyle, Partner and Managing Director of Boston Consulting Group (BCG) • David Crawford, Regional Managing Partner of Heidrick & Struggles • Brinda Murty, Senior Vice President, Digital, of Genpact
Darrell West, Vice President at the Brookings Institution. Neeti Shukla and Max Mancini, Automation AnywhereRecorded: Mar 19 201963 mins
Artificial Intelligence, robotics and automation are creating a seismic shift in the way businesses and societies function, and are redefining the way humans work. In this webinar, Darrell West, Vice President at the Brookings Institution and author of "The Future of Work: Robots, AI and Automation", joins Neeti Shukla, Co-founder and Senior Vice President, and Max Mancini, Executive Vice President of Marketplace and Ecosystem at Automation Anywhere, to discuss the social, political and economic implications of the changing work paradigm.
Join this expert panel as they discuss the dynamics of human and digital worker collaboration.
* The future of work, and implications for businesses, workers and societies.
* The role of digital workers in a new era of productivity and innovation.
* How businesses and workers can be competitive in the new digital economy.
Eric Grover (Intrepid Ventures), Thomas Tyree (FIS) and Bruce Parker (ModoPayments)Recorded: Mar 19 201960 mins
Loyalty programs are nothing new, but opportunities to leverage them at the in-store and online checkout are. Innovations in payments and banking have ushered in the beginnings of the "open economy" and are bringing exciting new technologies to the market that will change the future of consumer engagement.
Ty Tyree (FIS) and Bruce Parker (Modo) speak with Eric Grover (Intrepid Ventures) on the work they're doing in the payments and loyalty space, and what opportunities they see in the market.
Join in to learn: Who are the major players in the "open economy"?, What are disruptors in the loyalty space doing (both banks, merchants, and payments players)?, What are new ways in which you can engage your end consumers to establish true brand loyalty?, What is the "open economy", and how are we going to see that playing out in the next 5 years?, and What is required in order to continue the "open economy"?
Eric Grover, Principal at Intrepid Ventures
Thomas (Ty) Tyree, VP of Loyalty Product at FIS
Bruce Parker, Founder & CEO at Modo
Dr. Anne Lewis, Head of Product Development, VaultexRecorded: Mar 19 201940 mins
What determines how people pay for their goods and services? How might using cash instead of a debit card reflect your personality? Are you a utilitarian or hedonistic shopper?
This webinar looks at how the way people behave could affect their choice of payment. Dr. Anne Lewis argues that an economic model is not enough to fully predict future consumer payment habits, and social factors have an important influence on whether people reach for notes or cards.
David Fagleman, Head of Policy & Research, Cash ServicesRecorded: Mar 19 201943 mins
The cashless society has been talked about for decades and with the increased use of digital payments some believe it’s closer than ever. Despite this cash remains a popular method of payment for consumers and businesses, and is forecast to continue to play an important role in the payments landscape for years to come.
Join this session for a discussion on the future of cash. This will include:
· Data and forecasts on cash and non-cash payment methods
· Research on the drivers behind consumer payment behavior
· Analysis on the future of cash – it’s role as both a transactional and continuity method of payment
· Country-specific examples
J.P. Gownder - Forrester, Max Mancini and Mukund Srigopal - Automation AnywhereRecorded: Mar 19 201963 mins
The webinar, featuring J.P. Gownder, our guest speaker from Forrester, will discuss how AI and automation are enabling enterprises to drive innovation, increase productivity and enhance customer experience while fundamentally transforming the nature of human work. Join us to find out how Digital Workers will impact every business function, in every industry worldwide.
Attend this webinar to learn more about:
* Key trends that are shaping the future of work.
* The changing landscape of modern workforce.
* The new Digital Worker for the age of AI and automation.
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Mar 19 201957 mins
With the auditors approaching (or maybe they just never left), the accounting team needs to put its best foot (and documentation) forward in order to avoid a long and drawn out affair with the auditors. Join us in this webinar, where we share the best ways to build and maintain your internal controls infrastructure to impress your auditors and make the year-end audit as quick and painless as can be.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback.
Dave Klein (Guardicore), Trevor Anderson (Whitepages Pro), Ajay Andrews (Whitepages Pro) and Angie Dobbs (Wave Financial)Recorded: Mar 19 201935 mins
Finding the balance between staying compliant and providing a frictionless eCommerce experience for your customers is a difficult task. Machine Learning has been touted as a game changer in validating information at speed, managing identities, and preventing and detecting fraud.
Join this live-streamed session where our expert panel will discuss:
-The latest trends in eCommerce
-Is friction really a bad thing?
-Best practices for using machine learning for pricing optimization, fraud prevention, and improving the customer experience
Dave Klein, Senior Director Engineering & Architecture at GuardiCore
Bruce Parter, CEO, ModoPayments and Péter Marx, Data Scientist, Whitepages ProRecorded: Mar 19 201931 mins
Detecting and preventing fraud are challenges that organizations are continuously trying to solve.
Join this technical deep-dive where data scientist Péter Marx will talk about:
-How Machine Learning can help customers detect fraud faster and more efficiently when its placed “top of waterfall” in their workflows
-The biggest data challenges that professionals face
-Dissecting a Machine Learning infrastructure
-How to evaluate your model performance and make sure it actually works
-How to solve common challenges in productionizing machine learning
Mark Gaydos, CMO, at NlyteRecorded: Mar 19 201929 mins
Join this webinar where Mark Gaydos, CMO of Nlyte Software, will present the Next Generation Asset Discovery - it is about what you don't know!
In the 30 minutes you are watching this, find out:
- What happens when compliance goes wrong
- What you weren't worrying about that you should
- How 7 best practices and a little technology can reduce your chance of a panic attack
Nlyte Asset Explorer uses agentless technology to scan your network from desktop to data center to cloud, creating an inventory of your hardware, software and networking assets. It supports all major protocols, integrates with your CMDB and creates a single source of knowledge of 100’s of data points.
Avi Bhagtani, Director Product Marketing, Automation Anywhere and Scott Armstrong, Business Development, DataRobotRecorded: Mar 19 201961 mins
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has disrupted repetitive business processes across a variety of industries. The combination of RPA, cognitive automation, and analytics is a game changer for unstructured data-processing and for gaining real-time insights. The next frontier? A truly complete, end-to-end process automation with AI-powered decision-making and predictive abilities.
Join Automation Anywhere and DataRobot to learn how RPA combined with automated Machine Learning (ML) will give enterprises the tools to fully democratize automation of complex business processes involving intelligent decision making.
Avi Bhagtani, Director Product Marketing, Automation Anywhere
Scott Armstrong, Business Development, DataRobot
In this webinar, Gervais Williams, co-manager of the LF Miton UK Multi Cap Income Fund, will provide an update on the fund and its positioning as well as giving his thoughts on the market more generally.
Ken Bagnall, Vice President, Email Security, FireEye, moderated by Christopher Porter, Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEyeRecorded: Mar 19 201950 mins
FireEye research recently indicated that an average of 14 thousand malicious emails per month were being missed by most email security solutions. Email is the number one threat vector and with impersonation and credential phishing or URL-based attacks on the rise your email security solution must keep up with the evolving threat landscape. In this webinar:
-Get a brief overview on the latest email threat trends
-Learn about the must haves for email security solutions and the benefits of having one provider
-Find out about additional email security capabilities that can help you have an adaptable solution
-Hear about a use case where FireEye helped detect and block impersonation techniques that the incumbent solution missed
FinTech Futures and OneSpanRecorded: Mar 19 201956 mins
The financial industry considers Account Takeover Fraud as the most common cause of loss to their digital business. Fraudsters gain unauthorized access to accounts using many different techniques. Financial institutions need to take proactive measures and a multi-layered approach to monitor, detect and block fraudulent transactions.
How can you prevent Account Takeover Fraud and protect your business?
Join us for a FinTech Futures webinar, in association with OneSpan, on Tuesday, 19 March 2019, to hear experts discuss:
- Different techniques leading to account takeover attacks (real cases)
- How to effectively protect your users without compromising on user convenience
- How to select and implement security tools to improve authentication, protect the mobile channel and monitor fraud
- How to accurately analyze risks based on artificial intelligence and machine learning
Don’t miss out on this informative webinar. Register today and secure your seat!
Ralitsa Miteva, Business Solution Manager – Risk Analytics and Fraud Detection, OneSpan
David Vergara, Director of Product Marketing, OneSpan
Morgan Reed and John DasherRecorded: Mar 19 201958 mins
In this webinar, we’re joined by Morgan Reed, Chief Information Officer for the State of Arizona. Morgan’s extensive experience in both private enterprise and the public sector puts him in a unique position to help us understand and benefit from how cybersecurity risk is being measured and controlled at the State of Arizona. We’ll discuss relevant cybersecurity risk topics, including his environment, how he views and communicates cybersecurity risk, some frameworks, and how you can go about applying his experience to your own environment, regardless of sector or vertical industry.
Philipp Zerhusen and Michael Diefenthäler, FactSetRecorded: Mar 19 201930 mins
As part of FactSet’s Digital Wealth Management Thought Leadership series, we are excited to take the discussion further on the key topics of optimization, visualization and personalization, in our three-part webcast series: Digital Wealth Management Applied.
Listen to the second of these 30-minute live sessions, and hear from industry experts on how advisory can utilize visualization techniques to win with clients in the era of hybrid advice. As industry professionals and consultants to financial advisors, our speakers share their insight on how the five tactics discussed in the second part of our eBook, Disrupting Advisory Through Design, can be applied to the client experience to develop an online wealth platform that adds value - to the firm, to your high net worth investors, and to your book of business.
On 19th March at 15:00 CET, Fund Manager Jeremiah Buckley will be discussing the Janus Henderson Balanced Fund – a dynamically managed, US-focussed blend of equities and bonds, with over €21bn strategy AuM (as at 31 December 2018). With the fund now in its 21st year, Jeremiah will give a re-cap on the team, process and performance, and where they are currently identifying the best risk-adjusted opportunities across the corporate capital structure.
Alec Young, managing director, global markets research and Catherine Yoshimoto, director, product managmentRecorded: Mar 19 201941 mins
FTSE Russell’s flagship global equity indexes, the FTSE Global Equity Index Series (FTSE GEIS) will be rebalanced as of the March 18, 2019 semi-annual index review. Through this rules-based process, the index’s eight regional components will be adjusted to reflect changes that have occurred since the last rebalance across 49 developed and emerging equity markets globally.
Join FTSE Russell on March 19th for a discussion that will explore the global equity market landscape via a summary of trends observed and changes captured during the latest global equity index review.
Will McIntosh-Whyte, Assistant Fund ManagerMar 21 201910:00 amUTC30 mins
As we approach the Brexit deadline day, Will McIntosh-Whyte discusses why the Multi-Asset team are not looking to take big bets on the outcome, but rather position the portfolios in order to minimise any downside risk whatever the outcome.
Peter van der Werf and Holger FreyMar 21 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
As a responsible investor, Robeco has engaged with palm oil producers, traders and buyers since 2010. However, the industry continues to face significant problems related to deforestation, its large carbon footprint, and emerging market labour standards. Join our experts to hear about Robeco’s new approach to addressing these concerns, using a combination of enhanced engagement and sustainability investing methodology.
David Bloxham - SoftwareONE; Kaz Traverso - SoftwareONE; Paul Manaton - RiverMeadowMar 21 201910:00 amUTC26 mins
With support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 ending on 9th July, 2019 and Windows Server January 2020, what are your upgrade options?
End of support means the end of security updates, which can cause security and compliance issues and put applications and business at risk so it’s important to create an upgrade transition plan.
SoftwareONE and migration acceleration specialists, RiverMeadow, will discuss the key considerations to ensure a successful transition including:
•What are the available options: on-premise upgrades, migrate to cloud or do nothing?
•Best practice methodologies
•Cloud tooling options for migration acceleration
•Cloud migration framework for success
Organisations have options. Each is worth exploring and you may use multiple options to move workloads from SQL Server, depending on the workload.
This webinar will primarily focus on cloud migration.
Amanda Young & George GuestMar 21 201911:00 amUTC60 mins
Amanda Young, Head of Global ESG Research will be interviewed by George Guest. They will talk through our recent brochure on the Standard Life Investments (SLI) Ethical Funds - providing an overview of 2018, covering the engagement, voting and activities of the SLI Ethical Funds Advisory Group. She will also be providing an outlook for the remainder of 2019.
There will be opportunity to ask questions during this webinar.
ISM Fellow - Andrew GrantMar 21 201911:00 amUTC30 mins
Why you should attend:
An up to date analysis of the UK supermarket sector - mergers, acquisitions, consolidation, relentless pressure - but why no all-out price war for the past 15 plus years - would Amazon's entry be the final straw?
What you will learn
•Unmissable for anyone selling into the UK supermarkets
•Get yourself fully up to date with the latest changes that could impact your business
•Delivered by an acknowledged industry expert
Brendan Ahern, Chief Investment Officer & Dr. Xiaolin Chen, Head of InternationalMar 21 201912:00 pmUTC30 mins
Chinese equities are back in focus as the US and China close in on a trade deal. We believe that simply moving into a general, broad-based China or emerging market fund may not be the most optimal approach.
Broad-based China or emerging market indexes often have greater weights to sectors such as financials and commodities while underweighting growth sectors, such as consumer technology.
Despite the recent expansion of technology and e-commerce in emerging markets, the largest sector by weight of the top 5 US-listed emerging market ETFs is financials with a median weight of 25%.
Discerning investors may consider adding KWEB to their current China or emerging market allocation in order to achieve the optimal sector exposure to match their specific risk/growth appetite.
Angela Vacca, Giulia CarosellaMar 21 20192:00 pmUTC30 mins
The European vertical market digital scenario is more vibrant than ever, – with some industries that are on the edge of technological change, and others that are rapidly catching-up and showing interesting pockets of growth.
In this IDC Web Conference Angela Vacca and Giulia Carosella from the IDC Customer Insights and Analysis team will discuss how European industries, such as transportation, finance, public sector and others, are ripe for the 2019 digital evolution, answering questions such as:
•What are the key vertical trends that are driving IT spending in Europe?
•How to spot technology hypergrowth pockets?
•What is the digital disruption ‘butterfly effect’, and how will it affect European industries?
Our webinar will help you improve your vertical go-to-market strategy and tactical planning, – highlighting what is under the spotlight for European industries, learning about real-life examples, and charting out a successful vertical digital roadmap for 2019.
Markets have been volatile over the past year as deteriorating economic data, trade tensions and shifting central bank rhetoric have caused asset prices and yields to fluctuate. Following the launch of two new funds that pursue the Janus Henderson Absolute Return Strategy, portfolio manager Nick Maroutsos looks at how investors can navigate this environment and chart a potentially less volatile path with their fixed income investments. Areas covered include:
•An assessment of the macroeconomic environment for fixed income
•Exploiting differences in monetary policy regimes globally
•Techniques to generate income and manage volatility
Husayn Kassai (Onfido), Jeremy Grant (The Better Identity Coalition), Nathan Spanier (Remitly), Neil Chapman (ForgeRock)Mar 21 20192:00 pmUTC45 mins
Our panelist will discuss:
-The benefits of a secure digital identity system
-Where does blockchain come into play?
-Cutting through the hype: real use cases
-Reducing risk and mitigating fraud
-New advancements in biometrics
Simon Crinage, Jonathan Simon and Timothy PartonMar 21 20192:30 pmUTC60 mins
On 20 March 2019, the Board of JPMorgan American Investment Trust plc announced their intention to change the large cap component of the Company by transitioning to a high-conviction investment approach.
Subject to shareholder approval, the large cap component will transition from a portfolio of approximately 60 stocks led by Garrett Fish to a concentrated portfolio of 30-40 stocks led by co-managers Jonathan Simon and Timothy Parton.
In this call, Simon Crinage, Head of Investment Trusts, J.P. Morgan Asset Management and co-portfolio managers Jonathan Simon and Timothy Parton, will describe the proposed changes taking place and introduce you to their value and growth investment approach.
Felix Goltz, Research Director, Scientific Beta, and Head of Applied Research at EDHEC-Risk Institute; Brendan Maton, IPEMar 21 20193:00 pmUTC75 mins
Factor investing offers a big promise. By identifying the persistent drivers of long-term returns in their portfolios, investors can understand which risks they are exposed to, and make explicit choices about these exposures.
When it comes to information about factors, providers offer analytic toolkits to identify the factor exposures of an investor's portfolio. However, these analytic tools do not employ academically grounded factors and their factor finding process maximises the risk of ending up with false factors. These non-standard factors also lead to mismeasurement of exposures and may capture exposure to redundant factors. In the end, analytic tools for investors do not deliver on the promise of factor investing and they also lack transparency.
This webinar will contrast factor definitions used in analytic tools offered to investors and compare them with the standard academic factors. We will also outline why the methodologies used in popular tools pose a high risk of ending up with irrelevant factors.
There is risk in any M&A transaction but having the right tech due diligence approach can help mitigate that risk. If software is a large part of the deal valuation, you need to understand any potential legal and security risks in the target’s codebase that could affect the value of the IP, and the remediation required to address those risks.
Join Phil Odence, General Manager of Black Duck On-Demand with Synopsys, to take a closer look at how you can identify and reduce risks in M&A tech due diligence. He’ll cover the following points and more:
• Uncovering application risks: What’s in the code
• Taking a comprehensive approach to security audits
• Choosing the right partner for audits
Don’t miss this informational webinar. Register today!
IR Magazine, Corporate Secretary and IntelligizeMar 21 20194:00 pmUTC60 mins
How your business operates within a broad societal context is core to the longevity of your business. Larry Fink’s 2019 letter to CEOs highlights that profits and purpose are inextricably linked. When looking at ESG issues, social impacts are often lumped in with environmental and governance issues – but investors are increasingly seeking deeper information about a company’s social impacts as a stand-alone consideration.
A new generation of retail investors is increasingly concerned about topics like executive remuneration, board diversity or social and human rights issues throughout a company’s supply chain. New index products have appeared that screen for firms with good practices. Furthermore, the pool of institutional investors that integrate ESG factors into their investment and voting decisions is rapidly growing, as is the expectation for companies to incorporate a social narrative into their equity story, and disclose information on social factors – something that is notoriously hard to quantify.
Joan Collar, Asia Employee Health and Benefits Leader, and Alice Harkness, Asia Employee Health and Benefits ConsultantMar 22 20192:30 amUTC45 mins
Mercer Marsh Benefits' International Health Predictions provide insight into ten areas of potential change in the 2019 health landscape.
Join us as we explore:
- Which of these predictions are most relevant in Asia.
- How employers should consider them when designing and delivering employee health and benefits programs.
- Solutions to help employers navigate these changes.
Mitsuhiro Yuasa provides an update regarding the current macroeconomic environment in the Japanese equity markets and how he and his team are positioning the E.I. Sturdza Strategic Japan Opportunities Fund accordingly, with a focus on companies with consistent revenue / profit growth and strong management regardless of size, history, brand or market capitalization.
Simon Tucker, Anaplan | Ron Dimon, Deloitte Consulting | Chandana Gopal, IDC | Jeff Brobst, SeagateMar 25 201910:15 amUTC58 mins
Business planning is a simple idea in concept but in reality, it’s a complex activity woven of data, people, process, and plans. We surveyed 1000+ planning professionals across 45 countries and 18 industries to shed light onto how organizations are accelerating business value through Connected Planning.
In this webinar, we will discuss the key findings and ask our panel of experts for their predictions on how organizations should plan their way to success in 2019 and beyond.
In this webinar, our panel will:
•Share their business planning predictions for 2019
•Discuss the most intriguing data from the survey
•Provide tips on turning Connected Planning into a competitive advantage
About the speakers:
Simon brings over 15 years of experience in EPM and BI to Anaplan. Prior to Anaplan, Simon was head of product marketing for Adaytum until the acquisition by Cognos in 2003.
Ron Dimon has been designing and implementing EPM and Connected Planning solutions for 18 years. The author of “Enterprise Performance Management Done Right” (Wiley, 2013) and the forthcoming “Connected Planning: A Playbook for Agile Decision Making” (Wiley, Dec. 2018), Ron helps clients improve their strategic, financial, and operational performance through better planning, analytics, and decision-making.
Chandana Gopal is Research Manager for IDC Business Analytics software responsible for the advanced and predictive analytics practice. Ms. Gopal’s core research coverage includes the vendor and buyer research in BI and predictive analytics.
Jeff Brobst is responsible for driving optimal financial results through the implementation and management of world-class processes and systems in addition to developing high performance teams. His expertise not only relates to financial planning processes and systems implementations but also accounting & business process management.
Lars Muller, CRM Partners AG, TIBCO MVPMar 25 20193:00 pmUTC37 mins
Data migration projects are growing more complex. With companies adopting more applications, especially cloud applications, and using more data sources than ever before, migrating just one system to the cloud can be a high-stakes, risky project. CRM Partners AG has a history of implementing successful migration projects, such as a recently completed project for a global manufacturer. Their methodology for data migration projects is designed to reduce the cost and risk they may encounter.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- The advantage of using the TIBCO Cloud™ Integration cloud-based (iPaaS) integration platform for your migration project vs. custom code
- Key decisions you need to make at the outset of your project that will minimize risks
- How to prepare your data for a successful migration
- How to test and execute your migration to ensure a smooth launch
Joshua Dennis, Ellen Lafferty, Dan Ward, A.J. BoscoMar 25 20195:00 pmUTC75 mins
The financial services industry generates and records massive amounts of transactional, operational, and other business data on a daily basis. Yet, the challenge financial institutions face is how best to leverage myriad data sources to effectively mitigate business and regulatory risk.
On March 25, Securities Docket presents a panel of industry and data analytics experts to help brokers, dealers, financial services leaders and their counsel turn data into valuable insights to spot and prevent fraud. Join Joshua Dennis, StoneTurn; Ellen Lafferty, HSBC; and Dan Ward, Ropes & Gray for this thought-provoking panel moderated by A.J. Bosco. Participants will gain an actionable understanding of how data analytics can be used to uncover useful information, suggest conclusions and support sound decision-making in the financial services industry.
Tony Cole and Richard NelsonMar 26 201910:00 amUTC45 mins
Senior Fund Managers, Tony Cole and Richard Nelson, will discuss their views on rates over the last six months and their thoughts on credit market supply. They will also share their expectations going forward as Brexit approaches and provide listeners with an update on our cash solutions offering.
Will the Fed keep interest rates on hold? Will China move to stimulate its economy? Will the ECB delay monetary tightening? Join Diversified Income Bond Strategy PM Kenneth Orchard as he discusses how he plans to navigate the uncertain, and possibly more volatile, market environment of 2019.