Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Brett Azuma from 451 Research will interview Julian Kudritzki, COO of Uptime Institute and John Sheputis, President of Infomart Data Centers about how organizations use Uptime Institute’s Efficient IT to seize opportunities to innovate while reducing their environmental impact and meeting a variety of business and sustainability goals.Read more >
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow
Stock markets emerged unscathed from the shock of the EU referendum result and the election of Donald Trump, but will investors be so sanguine in 2017?
On 12 January at 3pm, you can join Julian Chillingworth, CIO for Rathbones, to discuss our house views for 2017 amongst a backdrop of unprecedented uncertainty whilst remembering there are also reasons to be cheerful.
Put your questions to Julian in advance or during the call using the ‘rate this’ tab at the top of the video screen. A recording will be available on demand after the call if you unable to join us at 3pm.
The race for US presidency draws to a close and the American electorate will have chosen the new leader to run their country for the next four years.
The months leading up to the day has gripped the nation and the impact felt across the global markets. You will be joined by Julian Chillingworth, Chief Investment Officer and Edward Smith, Asset Allocation Strategist who will be discussing the US election results and the implications for investors and global markets across different asset classes.
Events will continue to unfold and we will be keeping a close eye on them. Put your questions to our commentators in advance, or during the call using the ‘questions’ tab at the top of the video screen. A recording will be available 'on demand' after the call if you are unable to join us at 2pm.
Join Julian Chillingworth, CIO of Rathbones, in our opening webcast for 2016, as he discusses where our growth opportunities lie, and the key issues that will shape our investment strategy.
While investors remain fixated on the path of interest rates, economic growth is an equally important driver of equity return variation – more specifically economic growth relative to expectations. The global growth outlook is much less certain than the direction of US interest rates, we believe it should track higher in 2016.
As bond yields remain close to historical lows and the with equity market’s recent strength, we invite you to join fund managers; Julian Chillingworth and Alan Dobbie on Thursday 30th April at 11am, where you will have an opportunity to hear how the fund is positioned for the current market conditions .
Find out which businesses and themes the fund team are seeking out to maintain their consistent growth in the last 12 months, where the fund has returned +12% (source: FE Analytics , at 31 March 2015).
The global economic weakness hinted at by the oil price caused anxiety for investors in late 2014 – growth is slowing in China, which is impacting on its neighbours; the eurozone remains weak; and Japan is still struggling. This is now affecting countries with stronger growth such as the US and UK – there is a tension between the ‘Goldilocks’ scenario (where growth is neither too hot to need interest rate increases nor too cold) and a deflationary spiral that will destroy growth.
Register now to join Julian Chillingworth, CIO of Rathbone Unit Trust Management, in our opening webcast on Tuesday 21 January at 11am, as he discusses where our growth opportunities lie, and the key issues that will shape our investment strategy.
Put your questions to Julian in advance or during the call using the ‘questions’ tab at the top of the video screen. A recording will be available 'on demand' after the call if you unable to join us at 11am.
As the Rathbone Blue Chip Income and Growth Fund reaches it’s 25th anniversary, the fund proudly boasts a strong track record of delivering superior risk-adjusted returns and a growing income stream.
We invite you to join fund managers; Julian Chillingworth and Alan Dobbie on Tuesday the 25th of November at 11:00am, your opportunity to hear how the fund has delivered an impressive 2.6% in the year to date vs. the FTSE All Share which has returned -0.1% (at 31 October 2014). Find out which businesses and themes the fund team are seeking out to maintain this consistent year on year growth.
Quality and value remain the fundamental considerations throughout the investment process, particularly in an environment characterised by continued volatility.
The fund has delivered a 4% increase in its interim distribution for 2014. Join our Citywire rated investment managers Julian Chillingworth and Alan Dobbie at 11am on Tuesday 11th March to find out which businesses and themes the fund team are seeking out to maintain this consistent year on year growth.
Put your questions to Julian and Alan in advance or during the call using the ‘questions’ tab at the top of the video screen. A recording will be available 'on demand' after the call if you unable to join us at 11am
Faced with an avalanche of alerts, insufficient staffing, and a bewildering regulatory environment it's no wonder that most organizations struggle to respond effectively to cyber attacks. Successfully resolving attacks requires fast, intelligent, and decisive action - organizations need to have an orchestrated plan in place before an attack occurs. Indeed, the best organizations leverage an orchestrated response capability to achieve cyber resilience, the ability to weather the inevitable cyber attacks as just another part of doing business.
Join IBM Resilient’s Ted Julian, VP of Product Management to explore the latest incident response methodology and technology. Can automation really save the day? Or are the naysayers correct that the automation cure is worse than the disease itself? From instant escalation, to automatic enrichment, to guided mitigation, Ted will explore the latest incident response techniques and share what works and what doesn't. Attendees will gain a framework for understanding their incident response capability and a maturity model for evaluating opportunities for orchestration / automation.
FinTech relies on big data to bring you more insights into your money and financial health. However while there are a lot of opportunities there are also a lot of challenges to big data in the financial sector, from how to deal with data overload, how to store and manage all this data and how to keep it secure.
Join Unisys’ Joe Biancalana, Mark Webster, and Darren Brooks and Whitecap Consulting’s Julian Wells as they discuss the core challenges, and opportunities, behind Big Data, FinTech and banking in the digital age. Attend live to interact with the presenters as they cover:
· The benefits and risks of Big Data to FinTechs
· The impact in acquiring new consumers
· The importance of risk management
· The key role of security in enabling the future of banking and financial services
Keywords: banking, financial, services, fintech, security, data, big, consumers, risk, management, future
Organisations are beginning to catch on to the paperless trend, as the benefits of streamlining traditionally paper processes via a digital content management system, make themselves apparent. But what are the challenges to reaching this paperless nirvana? Julian Cook discusses the challenges and benefits.Read more >
Industry data from Uptime Institute and 451 Research evidence a rapid rate of cloud computing adoption for enterprise IT departments. Organizations weigh cloud benefits and risks, and also evaluate how cloud will impact their existing and future data center infrastructure investment. In this video, Uptime Institute COO Julian Kudritzki and Andrew Reichman, Research Director at 451 Research discuss the various aspects of how much risk, and how much reward, is on the table for companies considering a cloud transition.Read more >
With the search for income becoming increasingly challenging and the fear of inflation looming, an equity income investment proposition which boasts rising dividends in 20 of the last 21 years and maintaining a consistent low volatility should be an attractive offer.
Even more so when this is combined with consistently upper quartile returns and a host of independent recognition.
Hear how the Citywire rated investment managers of the Rathbone Blue chip Income and Growth Fund Julian Chillingworth and Alan Dobbie are delivering these rising dividends and risk adjusted returns as they outline their process, current investment views and discuss the focussed portfolio which they believe will maintain this impressive track record going forward.
We witnessed positive returns in 2012, but not without some surprises. We reflect on the last year to find out where these have come from, as well as looking at what the drivers may be to see a potential return to higher yields in the Fixed Income space.
Register now to join Julian Chillingworth, CIO of Rathbone Unit Trust Management, as he discusses where we see potential growth opportunities for 2013, and conversely why we should be mindful of treading with caution.
Are you rebalancing your client portfolios this year? With a shift in emphasis away from defensives, rotating more towards economically sensitive names, what considerations should you be mindful of?
Put your questions to Julian in advance or during the call using the ‘questions’ tab at the top of the video screen.
The shock outcome of the EU referendum – and its political consequences – changed the landscape of UK markets overnight. Waves of panic washed over global equity markets following the shock Brexit result. But recovery has been swift – for now at least. We are now faced with a situation, desperately seeking out for someone to take hold as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.
In the months ahead, markets will continue to be buffeted by politics and economic uncertainty. While financial markets come to terms with the consequences for the UK economy, as well as the wider EU and global implications, we highlight here some key issues for investors. Investors looking for opportunity should consider the probability of recession, and monitor how that might evolve. That’s certainly what we’ll be doing and discussing how best to proceed.
Join Rathbones CIO, Julian Chillingworth and our Asset Allocation Strategist Edward Smith on Tuesday 12 July. Put your questions to our experts in advance, or during the call using the ‘rate this’ tab at the top of the video screen. A recording will be available 'on demand' after the call if you are unable to join us at 3.30pm.
In 2015, high yield experienced volatility and bifurcation on a regional, sector and issuer level. With yields at post financial crisis highs, valuations look attractive in certain segments of the market, offering opportunities from a fundamental perspective.
Please join us for HSBC Global Asset Management's webinar on Global Credit, which will be hosted by Portfolio Managers, Mary Bowers and Ricky Liu, as they discuss volatility and opportunity in the global high yield market. Julian Moore, Global Credit Product Specialist, will moderate the discussion.
We have recently seen a rotation back into equity funds from corporate bonds, however, there remains a constant demand from clients for yield.
In July this year, the Rathbone Blue Chip Income and Growth Fund delivered a 3.2% increase in its annual dividend, the 20th increase of the last 21 years. In what has proved to be another volatile year for investors, the Fund is up 12.0% year to date. Over the three year period to the end of October, the Fund has managed to deliver both higher returns and lower volatility than the benchmark FTSE All-Share index (Source: Financial Express).
To hear how the managers are delivering outperformance, and relatively low volatility, join our live webcast at 11.00am on Tuesday 4th December. Julian Chillingworth and Alan Dobbie will explain how they select the best stocks for their focussed portfolio.
If you would like to submit a question during the live event, please use the ‘questions’ tab at the top of the video screen at any point during the webcast.
If you can’t see what’s on your network, then you can’t control it.
As new technologies emerge each day, so do the associated security threats - are you confident that you can see them before they wreak havoc on your network? 86% of executives aren’t, believing there are gaps in their ability to see what’s really going on inside their network.
Join Julian Matossian, Senior Product Manager, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing, as they delve into the current state of network visibility: the challenges, blind spots, and most importantly, the solutions to help illuminate your network.
Having the right security measures in place is only half the battle – you need to know exactly what they’re protecting you from.