Mihir Worah, CIO Asset Allocation and Real Return, gives an outlook on real assets.Read more >
Join us as KC Conway, a noted expert in CRE lending, takes us on a “no-squiggly-lines” presentation of the forces disrupting commercial real estate lending. Attendees will get a look at today’s top disruptors, changes in high-growth MSAs and the key market trends that are reshaping the risks of lending on different asset classes. Conway will also look past the headlines about double-digit growth in CRE originations to stratify lending trends for major sources and explore what is restricting growth in some sectors of the market.
K.C. Conway, MAI, CRE, Economist, Counselor of Real Estate, Valuation Expert. Conway is a well-respected speaker and author with a history of accurately forecasting commercial real estate trends and changing market conditions across the U.S. He is a nationally recognized Subject Matter Expert on commercial real estate matters with specialized expertise in valuation, ports and logistics, housing economics, bank regulation and real estate finance. He has held progressive roles within the Federal Reserve (CRE Risk Specialty Officer), national brokerage and large bank organizations.
For most businesses, Corporate Real Estate or CRE is the second largest expense category, trailing only the employee payroll. The decisions around Corporate Real Estate the a business makes profoundly reflect the culture and values of an organization.
In this webinar, John Serri and David Karpook of Manhattan Software joined us to explore how high-performing CRE leaders are leveraging analytical techniques to move from simple management to portfolio and space optimization. This discussion touched on how migration of CRE information to the cloud along with integration of social networking sources and building management systems are having dramatic impacts on the corporate bottom line and top line.
Real time is rapidly becoming more important to retail banks. Payments, customer responsiveness, and fraud detection must all become faster. Powering them all is data in its many facets.
Join banking analyst firm Celent, and real time transaction monitoring and analytics company INETCO, as they explore real time’s current progress, its implications for financial institutions, and how banks should respond.
This webcast will provide an update on the Newton Real Return Fund, looking at recent performance and portfolio positioning.Read more >
McAfee Real Time Advanced for ePolicy Orchestrator revolutionizes security systems management with rapid visibility into system data and immediate interventions. This powerful solution lets you use plain English within an ePO-based interface and workflow to find facts fast to exert control with confidence. From stalking worms and forbidden applications to large-scale remediation of noncompliance, Real Time Advanced empowers ePO administrators to proactively manage incident response, outbreaks, and compliance.
What does this mean to your customers?
• Instant Queries: Query every computer in your enterprise and get the answers back within seconds to reduce audit and data collection bottlenecks and increase the number of events you can respond to
• Instant Actions: Reduce costly incident remediation and software distribution timelines from hours to minutes
• ePO Integration: Leverages the known and trusted ePO console and workflow – no new interface to learn or headcount to add.
• Plain English: Use a Google-like natural language interface to issue queries—no scripting or special expertise required—permitting prompt data access for everyone, including auditors and novice administrators
• Simple Peer-to-Peer Infrastructure: Install a single server and expedite time-sensitive processes across globally distributed networks and large organizations
• Enterprise Ready: Leverage features critical to security and large scale: FIPS 140-2 certified cryptography, rigorous management rights, support for hundreds of administrators and hundreds of thousands of managed assets
Listed Infrastructure investing is becoming more and more important for investors worldwide. This asset class which allows for instant capital deployment and broad diversification, has delivered some interesting risk-adjusted returns.
Infrastructure asset owners have historically been the key to successful investing in this sector due to their stable and predictable inflation-linked cash flows.
Register now and watch and listen to Head of Liquid Real Assets, Matthias Meyer discuss his area of expertise.
Matthias joined Deutsche Bank in 2005 and is currently responsible for Deutsche AM’s Liquid Real Assets distribution in APAC & EMEA.
He took over his current role in 2014, building the LRA distribution network in those regions from scratch and was honoured with the 40 under 40 - Rising Star of Institutional Asset Management Award– by Financial News for his efforts.
Prior to his current role, Matthias worked in several sales & advisory roles within Deutsche Bank Asset Management & Wealth Management units.
In addition he was a board member of the Deutsche Bank Switzerland Pension Fund as well as head of the Investment Committee.
Matthias holds Master's Degree ("Diplom-Betriebswirt") in Banking & Finance from the University of Applied Sciences, Saarbruecken.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
One of digital marketing's biggest bugbears is the ability for brands to follow customers, often clumsily. Join this webinar on BrightTALK to hear how to make 'real time' work really well for your brand.
Join us to find out:
· Why to use it
· How to use it effectively
· Whether it actually makes a difference
· If it's worth the time, money and effort to set-up for the long-term benefits
Brands are increasingly investing in 'real time' content. This webinar will feature experts in email and real-time marketing to give you the answers your business needs. Explore what this actually means, and what the implications and rules are for marketers.
Applying ESG factors into a real estate strategy: the latest data and evidence on the financial case for doing so and the practical, pragmatic way to do it.
Investors increasingly appreciate the value of incorporating ESG criteria into their real estate exposure – both direct and indirect (via REITS) - but are uncertain of the full financial picture and potential environmental impact reduction now and over time.
They also worry that such strategies might be too costly or complex, but they needn't be: product development is moving forward rapidly.
Join real estate experts from Northern Trust, PGGM and GRESB to hear presentations and ask your questions on topics including:
•Which ESG factors impact returns for buildings, portfolios and real estate companies, and to what extent? The data points you need to be aware of.
•What ESG factors should then be blended into investment a real estate investment strategy: why and how?
•What is the availability of benchmarking tools on the financials and impact measurement for ESG risks and improvements?
•Engagement and ESG in property: what are the technical differences of investor activism in the property sector?
Roxana Isaiu, Director, ESG & Real Estate, GRESB
Mamadou-Abou Sarr, Global Head of ESG Investing, Northern Trust Asset Management
Christopher Botten, Programme Manager, Better Buildings Partnership
Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor, Responsible Investor
Sponsored by: Northern Trust Asset Management
Join us for an update from James Britton, manager of the Global Real Estate Fund. On the webcast, James covers:
• The benefits of taking an international approach to real estate investing
• How the Fund is positioned to take advantage of the latest House View from our Real Estate Research team
• Recent transactional activity and asset management initiatives
This is the third in a series of three webcasts looking at Solvency II from the point of view of the insurance company CIO in which we address the investment management opportunities in real assets for insurance asset owners.
An expert panel debate with:
- Patrick Liedtke, Managing Director Head of the Financial Institutions Group (FIG) for EMEA, BlackRock
- Eugene Dimitriou, Head of Insurance Solutions at Columbia Threadneedle Investments
- Ravi Rastogi, Insurance Investment Group Leader, Europe, Mercer
- Moderator: Martin Hurst, IPE
Eugene Dimitriou is Head of Insurance Solutions at Columbia Threadneedle Investments. He has responsibility for structuring investment solutions for insurance clients, which range from improved strategic asset allocation to capital optimization of their balance sheet under Solvency II, as well as risk mitigation strategies.
Prior to joining the company, Eugene worked at PIMCO, where he was a Senior Vice President for insurance clients in Europe, leading the Solvency II implementation across the business.
Patrick Liedtke, Managing Director, is BlackRock's Head of the Financial Institutions Group (FIG) for Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is a member of the global FIG Executive Committee and the global Institutional Client Business Leadership Committee.
Prior to joining BlackRock in 2012, Patrick was the Secretary General and Managing Director of The Geneva Association, a position he held starting in January 2001.
Ravi joined Mercer from Towers Watson, where he was the EMEA leader of the Insurance Investment Advisory Group. Prior to that, he held senior pensions and insurance advisory positions for a number of leading firms. He has over 25 years of financial industry experience and is a qualified actuary
Fund Manager Guy Mountain provides an update on the performance and positioning of the Sarasin Global Real Estate Equity fund.Read more >
Please join Kevin Thorpe, Ken McCarthy and Rebecca Rockey as they discuss September’s Federal Open Market Committee’s decision, the path forward for interest rates, and what it means for the commercial real estate fundamentals.
• What is the reasoning behind the Fed’s latest decision regarding monetary policy?
• How will the Fed’s decision impact the CRE fundamentals?
• How does the Fed’s decision alter our forecast?
• What is the path forward for monetary policy and interest rates?
• Is the Fed really concerned about CRE prices?
Join Brad Case, PhD, CFA, CAIA from the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts and Catherine Yoshimoto, Senior Index Product Manager with FTSE Russell for an update on the REIT market and discussion about REITs as a core asset class and the indexes that measure their performance.Read more >
Guy Mountain, Fund Manager of Sarasin Real Estate Funds, review the third quarter of 2016 and looks at performance and positioning.Read more >
Fund Manager Guy Mountain examines the positioning and performance of the Sarasin IE Global Real Estate Equity
over Q2 2016.
Paris is the largest, most liquid, and most transparent investment market for real estate investors in Europe. Thomas Guyot, Head of Real Estate Investment France, walks through a 23,000sqm asset located in Paris Rive Gauche. The JV was structured when the project was largely de-risked, and is the best performing asset in the portfolio today.Read more >
Berlin was recently rated the number one investment market by ULI and PWC. Schroders anticipated this trend three years ago, and secured a number of mis-priced investment opportunities across the capital. Sascha Harms, Head of Real Estate Investment Germany, opens the doors to two such assets.Read more >
With fears of a rate rise receding, the UK real estate market is continuing to benefit from occupational demand and rental growth. Markets with diversified local economies and above average GDP growth are best placed to benefitRead more >
David Piesing and Dmitry Zapol discuss the key issues to be aware of when investing in UK commercial and residential real estate.Read more >
During our 20 minute webinar, Rob Promisel (Global Portfolio Manager) will provide a recap of Fund performance over the December quarter and discuss the key technology trends impacting real estate. Technology is causing disruption for real estate e.g virtual supply (Airbnb creating sleepless nights for hotel owner/operators and Etail replacing shopping malls), work place changes, sustainability requirements. The risk of building obsolescence is now higher and listed REITs, given their scale are better placed to deal with these challenges versus many private operators.Read more >
Historical reporting and analysis is not enough these days. Enabling “real time or right time” delivery of quality data, at the speed of your business ultimately enables better business responsiveness, agility and most importantly, better business results. PLUS, you may not know this, but you most likely already have most of what you need with the IT people, skills, processes and tools in place today.
Attend this webinar to find out from experts and a customer about how to leverage your existing data warehouse to deliver more value to your organization with real time data.
We will show what it takes to upgrade Data Warehouses with the Real Time capabilities. By attending, you can hear about industry best practices, what to do, and what to avoid when enabling your organization with real time analytics.
Anne Breen Head of Real Estate Research and Strategy will provide the latest insight into Real Estate research.
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