Today, business is fast-paced with more moving parts than ever before. Companies that adapt their systems quickly in responding to business needs have a distinct competitive advantage. But organizations that are saddled with legacy systems not only struggle to keep up, but they’re also likely to find themselves on the fringe of relevance. Learn how to extend CA PPM to solve these complex modernization challenges.
Which of these modernization challenges are you dealing with now?
•Modernization initiatives exist for our major systems, but we need “the plan” for what else must change too.
•Our systems are highly customized so we are “stuck”! How do we get unstuck without disrupting the business and get to our target state?
•There are a few hundred applications, many are too expensive to maintain and take too long to change, but how?
•Groups of large applications (e.g. mainframe, ERP, custom suites) need to be modernized to meet current business needs, but big bang will take too long, cost too much and “temporary” business solutions will just keep adding to today’s complexity and cost.
•Our best talent, who should be innovating, are stuck maintaining what we have and fixing it as best they can to meet business needs.
Join us for a BrightTalk webinar on Tuesday, May 17th at 10am PT where CA’s alliance partner Ciber will discuss how organizations are using portfolio management methods to solve these difficult and complex application modernization and rationalization challenges.
As companies grow and change in today’s dynamic business and technical environment the need to control and manage application(s) investment and usage is increasingly critical to an organization’s success. How to get this control and management becomes a pressing issue for many companies whether their applications are on site or cloud based.
Using a tailored enterprise specific approach, EmpoweredAPM expands CA PPM to provide clients with deep insight into how their application portfolios are performing, including an application’s business capabilities, value, health, risks, inter-relationships/dependencies, supporting products, total cost of associated services, and other key information related to their current and future software applications.
Please join us for a webinar on Wednesday, October 28th where EmpoweredAPM will demonstrate how enterprises can leverage CA PPM (Clarity) to provide effective application portfolio management through the integration of control and management.
At the end of the Webinar, you will be able to answer the question: How can your business achieve control, management, and cost effectiveness or your suite of applications, now and in the future to reduce you total cost of services supported by SW Applications?
Many UK investors have a disproportionately large exposure to UK equities – despite clear and present dangers faced by some of the key sectors and industries.
Join Tom Walker as he discusses the key economic issues and presents his case for a high conviction, global equity portfolio - a simple alternative that could help to reduce concentration risk and open up new opportunities.
Will Simmons, New Product Portfolio Support Manager at Tata Steel Europe, will take you through the processes and techniques used by Tata Steel to bring new products to market. New offerings in Tata Steel’s extensive product portfolio follow a lengthy and finely-tracked process from concept stages to R&D, and through the first years of sales, all managed with a PPM system. Join us to learn proven techniques for managing new product development based on Tata Steel’s use of PPM for areas including portfolio management, value management, and marginal analysis. David Werner of CA Technologies will join Will Simmons to answer questions submitted by the audience.Read more >
Analytic Investors, one of the investment teams within Wells Fargo Asset Management, is a leading expert and pioneer in factor based investing and strategies designed to outperform the market with less downside risk. Our strategies are based on strong academic evidence and utilise time-tested quantitative techniques that combine responsive, disciplined individual security selection with unparalleled risk management.
Please join us as we explore two different techniques to reduce equity risk without sacrificing equity returns. Over the past eight years, strong equity returns and low fixed income yields have led investors to reevaluate their equity risk exposure and adjust asset allocations by incorporating strategies like low volatility equity and long/short equity. As a result, these kinds of factor-based investing strategies have become more mainstream and gained the respect of many institutional clients and consultants. We will explain the academic foundation to this style of investing and highlight how investors can utilise these strategies to reduce equity risk without sacrificing long term returns. We will also discuss scenarios in which these investment styles tend to win and lose, benchmarking issues, and common misconceptions.
Please join us to discuss how factor analysis concepts can be used to create multi-asset portfolios and potentially improve risk management.Read more >
Bond ETFs provide access to a wide variety of exposures, from pure single country government bonds to multi-currency, global corporate bonds.
Much like traditional bond funds, the significantly smaller minimum required investment in bond ETFs than would be necessary to achieve the same level of diversification by purchasing individual bonds, is providing investors increased flexibility in portfolio construction.
On top of that, trading characteristics of bond ETFs allow for nimble, transparent and cost effective access to fixed income beta, giving investors a set of tools to use either standalone in portfolios or within multi-asset portfolios such as equities.
Institutional investors are increasingly searching for new ways to add value to equity portfolios, without taking on unnecessary risk.
Curious how we create a balanced combination of factors aimed at consistently outperforming a benchmark with controlled tracking error?
You are invited to join Michael Strating (Head of the Quantitative Equities team) and Wilma de Groot (Portfolio Manager Quantitative Equities) who will discuss how low tracking error multi-factor approach can add value, without affecting your risk budget.
Proven global equity income specialist, Mark Whitehead, who last year joined Martin Currie as Head of Equity Income, was recently appointed Portfolio Manager of Securities Trust of Scotland.
Securities Trust of Scotland aims to deliver a rising income and long-term capital growth through investment in a balanced portfolio constructed of global equities.
The first half of the year has been news-filled with the significant run-up of Chinese A-shares along with potential reforms and governance improvements within Japan, India and South Korea.
Given the recent increase in volatility, the following portfolio managers will share how they think about companies and what the implications of the key themes across Asia have on the positioning within our portfolios.
During the first half of the year, continued media coverage about the sluggish U.S. recovery, debt problems in the Eurozone and concerns over China's slowing growth dominated macroeconomic news as investors anticipated a pullback in the markets. Despite this short-term noise, we remain confident in the long-term growth of Asia.
The following Portfolio Managers will share their thoughts on these and other developments in the region, as well as our strategies for investing in the region:
Robert Horrocks, PhD
Matthews’ CIO and Portfolio Manager, Matthews Asian Growth and Income Strategy
Jesper Madsen, CFA
Matthews Asia Dividend and China Dividend Strategies
Sharat Shroff, CFA
Matthews Pacific Tiger and India Strategies
Matthews Asia Growth and Japan Strategies
This webcast is offered to investment professionals only. It will reflect the opinions of Matthews International Capital Management, LLC. These opinions are not to be construed as investment advice. The subject matter contained herein has been derived from several sources believed to be reliable and accurate at the time of compilation. Matthews does not accept any liability for losses either direct or consequential caused by the use of this information.
© 2012 Matthews International Capital Management, LLC
Tom Walker, Portfolio Manager, shares his views on current market conditions and how the team are identifying companies that could prosper in a low growth environment.
•Oil prices – what the current level means and who the beneficiaries are
•Opportunities for global markets by sector and geography
•Identifying the winners and losers amid market volatility
•Update on the portfolio and recent activity
•Looking ahead for 2016
Building a portfolio strategy to capture factor premiumsRead more >
Does your organization want to implement application portfolio management? Are you trying to determine the value in implementing APM? Are you struggling to know what tool you should use and what data is important to collect?
This session will review specific use cases of companies that have implemented APM and effectively used the data to drive value for the organization. This session will also review some of the APM tools in the market, including ServiceNow and CA PPM.
Companies invest in Project & Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions because they are looking for a central platform to gain visibility on projects, track and report on progress, and align their strategy to execution. But with so many options in the market, it’s hard to know if you are investing in the solution that is right for your current and future business needs. Join this webinar on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 for an inside view into the key features and functionality to look for in a dynamic PPM solution.
Whether you are new to PPM automation, or looking to replace a PPM solution you’ve invested in already, this webinar will discuss:
- Best practices for researching and selecting the right solution for your unique needs
- Must haves and deal breakers to look out for during the selection process
- Critical differentiators that will determine your success
Sämtliche Projekte laufen wie geplant, werden rechtzeitig fertig, halten die geplanten Kosten ein und erfüllen die gesetzten Ziele zu 100%!
Wenn diese Aussage auf Ihr Unternehmen zutrifft, dann können Sie den Teil 2 der PPM Webinar-Reihe gerne auslassen. Für alle anderen bietet sich hier eine Gelegenheit zu erfahren, wie mit CA PPM laufende und geplante Projekte in Einklang mit den Strategien des Unternehmens gebracht werden können. Wie die Machbarkeit aller Vorhaben anhand der vorhandenen Ressourcenkapazitäten und Finanzbudgets definiert werden kann.
Und sollten Sie hierbei Engpässe bei Ressourcen oder Budgets erkennen, bietet CA PPM die Möglichkeit von Planungs-Szenarien mit denen verschiedene Varianten Ihrer strategischen Planung durchgespielt werden können und ein Optimum ermittelt werden kann.
Während im Teil 1 der Webinar-Reihe „CA PPM in der Praxis“ die Möglichkeiten des Applikation Portfolio Managements betrachtet wurden, behandelt dieser Teil 2 das Thema Projekt Portfolio Management. Hier werden Projekte, die u. A. als Resultat des Applikation Portfolio Management entstehen, im Sinne einer Geschäftsjahresplanung oder auch unterjährigen Umplanung betrachtet, bewertet und lanciert.
Wir freuen uns auf Sie.
Wie stellen Sie sicher, dass sich all Ihre Applikationen an Ihren Geschäftszielen ausrichten?
Passen Sie Ihr Budget für Applikationen regelmäßig an die aktuelle Geschäftsstrategie an?
Dieses Webinar möchte aufzeigen, wie Sie eine komplette Übersicht zu Ihrer Applikationslandschaft erhalten, diese objektiv hinsichtlich Geschäftszielen bewerten und dabei Redundanzen oder unnötige Applikationen identifizieren.
Das damit verbundene Einsparungspotential könnte in sinnvolle Innovationen oder Unternehmenstransformation eingesetzt werden.
Diese Webinar-Reihe beginnt mit dem Thema Applikation Portfolio Management und wird sich in weiterführenden Webinaren mit ausgewählten Themen aus der PPM-Welt ergänzen.
Join Simon Doherty, Lead Portfolio Manager of Quilter Cheviot’s Managed Portfolio Service (MPS), for an overview of the key drivers of performance in 2017, an outlook to 2018, the changes recently implemented to our Euro strategies and an update on our current positioning and asset allocation. The webinar will be hosted by our Head of Business Development, Scott Stevens, and gives you an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.
Hosts: Simon Doherty, Investment Manager and Scott Stevens, Head of Business Development
- Overview of the key drivers of strategy performance over 2017.
- Summary of the new fund ideas incorporated into the strategies over the course of 2017 and the tactical changes made to the portfolios’ asset allocations.
- An update on the strategies’ current positioning and Quilter Cheviot’s market outlook for the next quarter.
Meet the managers: Jonathan Webster-Smith and Frank Atkins talk about the performance, positioning and outlook for the medium risk portfolio.Read more >
The Jupiter Independent Funds Team will present their latest views on markets and fund choices for the Jupiter Merlin Portfolios in this live webcast.
You can ask the managers questions about the portfolios throughout the presentation.
In this webinar, we will introduce metrics to evaluate how an equity portfolio is positioned for some of the biggest sustainability issues facing investors today including the energy transition, ESG opportunities, and financially material ESG issues. We will also describe techniques for incorporating these themes into the portfolio.Read more >
The U.S. equity market is in its ninth year of a bull run and some investors are concerned that a correction is looming. While market conditions are generally favorable, there are some fundamental pressures that could impact volatility over the short term, such as rising rates in the U.S. We believe the best way to navigate a potentially tricky market is to take a bottom-up approach and invest in “quality” companies with consistent and resilient earnings growth.
In this interactive webinar, Matthew Benkendorf, Chief Investment Officer and Lead Portfolio Manager, discusses why an active, high quality approach to US equities can lead to competitive returns with lower risk than the index over a full market cycle.
Mortgage Club September 2017
Portfolio lending in the Buy-to-let market