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More uses of Carries

The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a practical webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

This webinar explores more uses for carry trades, showing how they can lock in the shape of the forward curve and help manage price risks that fall on less liquid prompt dates.
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    Join us for an interactive virtual panel event on gender balance in the financial sector in a post-COVID world!

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  • More uses of Carries Recorded: Mar 31 2020 46 mins
    Emma Jenkins
    The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a practical webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

    This webinar explores more uses for carry trades, showing how they can lock in the shape of the forward curve and help manage price risks that fall on less liquid prompt dates.
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    Emma Jenkins
    The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a practical webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

    This webinar describe what carries are and how to use them. We explain the difference between borrowing and lending, examine how the shape of the forward curve can impact the profit and loss arising from a carry trade, and work through an illustration of adjusting dates with carries.
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    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
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    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?
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    What's next for Asia?
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    • Which Asian asset markets are most attractive to investors at the moment? What are the biggest risk factors to be aware of?

    Moderator:
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    Speakers:
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  • LME Price References Recorded: Oct 9 2019 45 mins
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    Morgan Davis, Reporter, GlobalCapital
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    Tackling regulations
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    Emma Jenkins
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    The third webinar in the series will look in more detail at how to use futures to stabilise profit margins.

    Emma Jenkins, who has been teaching LME introductory courses since 2015, will help you understand how you can use futures contracts to stabilise profit margins. At the end of the presentation, she will be able to answer any questions you might have about managing metals price risk with futures.

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    Emma Jenkins
    The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a brand new webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

    The second webinar in the series will look in more detail at how to manage metals price risk with futures.

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    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
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    Euromoney moderator:
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    Emma Jenkins
    The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a brand new webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.

    To kick off the series, we’ll be looking at the fundamentals of hedging your metals price risk on the LME.

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    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
    Agenda:

    How bad are things now?
    - To what extent are the barriers that have already been erected by the United States and China damaging trade between the two countries?
    - What is the likely impact on GDP?
    - Is the trade war already hurting other economies?

    Winners and losers
    - In the long-run, can either China or the US expect to gain economically from a trade war? Or is it a lose-lose proposition for both economies?
    - What about the longer-term impact on other economies, especially those in Asia? Which countries will lose the most from the trade war? Will countries stand to benefit?
    - What policies do the China and the US need to put in place to minimise the impact on their domestic markets? How much has China’s move towards a consumption-led economy softened the blow?

    How bad can things get?
    - How much further will the trade war escalate? Are there areas of potential cooperation where the two sides could come closer together?
    - Could non-trade barriers be a future step?
    - How should other countries, particular in emerging Asia, prepare for a prolonged trade war?

    Euromoney moderator:
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor

    Speakers include:
    David Mann, Global Chief Economist, Standard Chartered
    Wei Li, Senior Economist, China, Standard Chartered
    Brad Gibson, Portfolio Manager and Co-Head of Asia-Pacific Fixed Income, AllianceBernstein
  • Securities Services and Fintech: Embracing Disruption Recorded: Nov 22 2018 71 mins
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
    Agenda:

    Just the beginning: How much room is there for disruption in securities services?
    Securities services and post-trade settlement should be ripe for disruption, but there are high barriers to entry for fintech start-ups. How much room is there for disruption in the post-trade lifecycle? Where will innovation come from? What are the best examples in securities services?

    More than cryptos: What is the role of blockchain in securities services?
    Blockchain is a secure and efficient ledger technology – but it is too often identified entirely with the boom and bust of cryptocurrencies. What role can blockchain play in the securities services business? What specific advantages can blockchain offer in the securities services business? Can private blockchains offer the same advantages as public chains to banks and their customers? Are there risks with this approach?

    Embracing change: How can firms pull off the cultural shift?
    It is now commonplace for banks, funds and other firms to talk about the importance of innovation and disruption, but to what extent does innovation remain a sideshow for the real decision makers? Do many employees still fear disruption? Should they? How can firms pull off the cultural shift needed to ensure that everyone — from the bottom to the top of an organisation — embraces innovation?

    Euromoney moderator:
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor

    Speakers:
    Margaret Harwood-Jones, Global Head, Securities Services for Transaction Banking at Standard Chartered Bank
    Alex Manson, Global Head of Standard Chartered Ventures
    Gavin Wells, Head of Europe, Digital Asset
  • RMB Investors Forum: Connects emerge as turning point for China access Recorded: Aug 2 2018 74 mins
    Paolo Danese, editor of GlobalRMB, Euromoney
    This discussion will cover the following topics:

    •What are the latest developments on China market access since the launch of Bond Connect?

    •How has market sentiment towards China evolved with broadening access?

    •Fifteen years after QFII launch, why did the Stock Connect and Bond Connect manage to trigger such enthusiasm among global investors?

    •How are investors moving from understanding China access to their first allocations? What have been the challenges? How significant is the knowledge gap still?

    •How will HKEX continue to build on the Mutual Market Access strategy?

    •MSCI opened the way with A-shares inclusion, but what will the prospects for further index inclusions mean for RMB assets’ appeal? What access issues remain unaddressed?

    •What further reforms are needed to encourage foreign investors to increase allocations to the mainland market? What asset classes remain on the wish list?


    Speakers include:

    •James O’Sullivan, Head of Securities Services, HK, Standard Chartered
    •Tae Yoo, Managing Director, Global Client Development Market Development Division, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. (HKEX)
  • China's Bond Market Reforms: How Can Foreign Investors Reap the Benefits? Recorded: Jun 20 2018 56 mins
    Moderator; Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
    The discussion will cover the following topics:
    How does Bond Connect compare to previous schemes targeted towards foreign investors, including QFII/RQFII and CIBM Direct? What are the advantages it offers over those programmes?

    What are the hurdles still remaining for investors using the Bond Connect scheme? European Ucits funds remain locked out of the market because of delivery-versus-payment issues -- are there other problems investors need to see addressed?

    Is the Hong Kong-China Bond Connect only the first step in a wider series of reforms? How much impact could London-China Bond Connect have on foreign fund flows into China's bond market?

    How important is China's inclusion in global bond indices going to be for driving demand from offshore investors? How much has that impacted demand already?

    What reforms do Chinese regulators need to make to ensure a more widespread inclusion in the global indices? Do you see these happening anytime soon?

    What opportunities do wholly-owned foreign enterprises (WFOEs) offer to foreign investors? Are these increasingly going to become the best way to bridge the gap between the onshore and offshore bond markets?

    Finally, when will foreign investors start to buy a broader range of credits in China's onshore bond market? Will China soon become a credit play rather than just a rates play?

    Euromoney moderator:
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor

    Speakers:
    David Yim, Head of Debt Capital Markets, GCNA, Standard Chartered
    Nick Gendron, Global Product Manager, Bloomberg Barclays
    Freddy Wong, Portfolio Manager, Fidelity
    Eric Liu, Director, China Fixed Income Manager, BlackRock
    Adam McCabe, Head of Asian Fixed Income, Aberdeen Standard Investments
  • Asia Leverage – which way is it headed? Recorded: Nov 8 2017 46 mins
    Moderator; Rashmi Kumar, editor, GlobalCapital Asia
    Overview:
    -The rise of leverage in Asian economies and its impact
    -How stressed is the corporate sector?
    -Potential red flags and positive spots


    Euromoney moderator:
    Rashmi Kumar, editor, GlobalCapital Asia

    Standard Chartered Bank speakers:
    -David Mann, Chief Economist and Head, Economics Research
    -Chidu Narayanan, Economist, Asia
    -Jonathan Koh, Economist, Asia


    By signing up to this webinar you agree to be updated by Euromoney, GlobalCapital & Standard Chartered.
  • The fight against cyber crime in financial services: how prepared are you? Recorded: Sep 26 2017 61 mins
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor
    Euromoney Moderator:
    Matthew Thomas, Asia Bureau Chief, Euromoney Institutional Investor

    Speakers:
    - Margaret Harwood-Jones, Global Head of Securities Services, Standard Chartered
    - Cheri F. McGuire, Group Chief Information Security Officer, Standard Chartered
    - Patrick Wheeler, Director, Cyberwayfinder
    - Paul Jackson, Head of Asia-Pacific Cyber Security & Investigations Practice, Kroll (Contact: Paul.jackson@kroll.com)

    Agenda:
    Know your (cyber) enemy
    Technology advancements have changed the way financial services operate, but they have also ushered in new challenges and threats.
    What are the risks, how big are they and what is the impact? Eg. Data theft versus system shut downs – which has a greater economic threat?

    When financial services are attacked…
    Cyber criminals have exposed vulnerabilities of financial institutions to disturbing effect. Is it more effective for banks to counter cyber risks on their own, or collectively as an industry? Would it help to have a central regulator for bank cyber security? When assessing counterparty risks, how much weightage is placed on their cyber security controls?

    Responding to the cyber challenge – how financial services can best prepare
    The establishment of regulatory controls and standards can only go so far, and the industry itself need to do much more to improve the situation – getting the basics right in a legacy environment, sharing best practices, building a security-based culture etc…

    Looking ahead: Anticipating paradigm shifts
    How much closer are we to creating ‘unhackable’ systems? Can quantum computing or other technologies present a cost-efficient solution?


    By signing up to this webinar you agree to be contacted (by email) by the hosts Euromoney & Global Capital, as well as the sponsor Standard Chartered.
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