Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

How Technology Helps with RDR and TCF (Treating Clients Fairly)

Kim's summary:

28 years in UK financial services, part of a network of specialist consultants, worked with new financial services UK company start-ups, trade bodies both financial services and property and life and investment companies. I have set up and ran a city-based Independent Financial Adviser firm and worked with over 90 different financial services companies on a consultancy basis.
Recorded Apr 27 2010 45 mins
Your place is confirmed,
we'll send you email reminders
Presented by
Kim North, Managing Director, Technology & Technical
Presentation preview: How Technology Helps with RDR and TCF (Treating Clients Fairly)
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • Towards the SDGs: Purchasing Practises for ESG and SDGs: A Primer for Investors Sep 23 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kate Larsen, SupplyESChange
    Towards the SDGs: The importance of Innovation in Purchasing Practises
  • Towards the SDGs: Robust ES Data from Better Supply Chains Monitoring Sep 22 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kate Larsen, SupplyESChange
    Towards the SDGs: Robust ES Data from Better Supply Chains Monitoring
  • Becoming an ESG-Driven Investment Manager Sep 10 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    TBD
    "Client-demand is often a driving force behind the development investment managers' ESG portfolios. In some organizations, ESG is front and center. Still, some ESG teams are often siloed and don't have a strong voice on the investment committee. How can this isolation be overcome?
    Join this panel to hear:
    - Why being an ESG-first organization matters
    - How leading firms have shifted to being ESG-first
    - What ESG teams of all sizes can do to become strategic players in a firm’s investment process
    - How to use data to make the case for ESG "
  • Driving Impact Investing Forward in 2020 Sep 9 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    TBD
    In impact investing, profitability and purpose are both achievable when asset managers, asset owners, and service providers work together. Identifying the issues is done better by research companies that are tapped into the data. Strategizing the best ways and means to solve those problems can be done by asset managers. Deploying capital in specific ways is the focus of asset owners. These players come together to monitor progress. In tough times, this collaboration and resourcefulness is critical in impact investing.

    Join this panel to hear about:
    - Why collaboration is critical in impact investing
    - Innovative ways companies across the impact investing spectrum are collaborating
    - Interesting strategies for investing across asset classes
    - Creative ways to find and build partnerships
    - Go-to-market methods that keep regulations & compliance in mind
  • Towards the SDGs: The Importance of Collaboration Sep 9 2020 12:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kate Larsen, SupplyESChange
    Towards the SDGs: The Importance of Collaboration
  • ESG Fund Performance Amidst COVID-19 Sep 8 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    TBD
    In investment management, performance during a crisis is a way to highlight a fund’s strength or weakness. Indeed, proving that your fund performed better than the market over a long period can drive AUM growth. In the current crisis, 66% of sustainable funds have performed better than their category average, according to Morningstar Direct data. But, our current challenges aren't over. So, while the resilience of ESG has been documented, can it continue to weather even the biggest of storms?

    Join this panel to learn:
    - Why there is so much support for ESG as an investment
    - How the crisis has affected ESG funds
    - What elements of ESG have proven strongest during COVID-19
  • How can wealth managers assess their AI readiness? Aug 26 2020 12:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dominic Snell, Director of Product Strategy, Wealth Dynamix Camille Morel, Chief Customer Officer, Dreamquark
    Calling all wealth managers - Are you ready for AI?
    Wealth management firms work hard to get ahead by improving the client experience and creating frictionless processes for both relationship managers and clients. Some have been more successful than others. Those who are making most headway are finding innovative ways to inject Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and cognitive analytics, through all stages of the client lifecycle.
    As technology advances, and clients become increasingly tech savvy, wealth managers must find the right balance between man and machine. As a high-touch industry it is vital that customer expectations for personal (human) service are met, while at the same time leveraging new-age technology to reduce administration, avoid duplication of effort and achieve profitable outcomes in a shorter timescale.
    Join this webinar to discover how to make AI work better for your business, what the benefits and limitations are, and how to get started.

    Part I – Your AI questions answered
    Presenter: Dominic Snell, Director of Product Strategy, Wealth Dynamix
    • What kind of business problems does AI solve?
    • How is rules-based automation different from AI, and what does the “intelligence” in AI mean?
    • As AI needs a lot of data to deliver meaningful results, what are the pre-requisites and how will I know when I am ready to get started?
    • How can I co-ordinate an AI project that cuts across many different systems and processes?

    Part II – Case studies
    Panel discussion: Dominic Snell, Director of Product Strategy, Wealth Dynamix
    Camille Morel, Chief Customer Officer, Dreamquark
    Learn from the experiences of wealth management firms who have successfully introduced AI into their business. Hear how they approached implementation and how they and their clients are benefiting from the experience.
  • Towards the SDGs: Possible Aspects of Future Regulations Jul 23 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kate Larsen, SupplyESChange
    Towards the SDGs: Possible Aspects of Future Regulations
  • Exploring Investment Opportunities in UK SME/Micro Businesses During Covid-19 Jul 22 2020 9:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Judith Mackenzie, Partner and Head of Public Equity | Nick Hawthorne, Fund Manager | Kevin Addison, Head of Sales
    Join Downing as they explore the exciting investment opportunities that have emerged during COVOD-19. This webinar will:
    1) Find hidden gems amongst this Covid environment ....

    2) Understandt the significant opportunities afforded to purchase quality companies at lower prices within this current climate

    3) Share why smaller/micro caps are under researched, overlooked by many & yet offering long term opportunity for investors
  • The Coronavirus Pandemic and Action Plan(s) for SMEs Jul 16 2020 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Jahir Webinar
    Once the Coronavirus pandemic slows down, it’s highly important for SMEs around the World to categorise priorities of action items and implement a number of immediate survival, recovery and super-growth strategies. Disruption in the supply chain and a sharp decline in demand were some of the major affected areas. Even if the Coronavirus Pandemic slows down in the near term, continued reduced demand would affect the businesses of SMEs to a large extent.

    Some of the key discussion areas:

    - Managing cash-flow crisis.
    - Deep analysis of supply and demand sides.
    - Business re-thinking and re-engineering.
    - Survival and super-growth strategies.
    - Short, mid and long-term continuity plans.
  • Looking beyond GDP for deep-value opportunities in Latin America Jul 9 2020 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Alfredo Vargas, Managing Partner and Francesca Whalen, Managing Partner | Integra Groupe
    Still deep-value and resilient we look at private investment opportunities throughout Latin America capable of providing higher risk-adjusted returns and diversification in investment portfolios. Whilst providing a quarterly update on the COVID and post COVID ecosystem Integra Groupe Partners will explore real assets, middle-market and uncorrelated strategies.
  • Panel: Q3 Outlook for Emerging Markets Jul 9 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Antonio Curia, Wimmer Family Office | Rob Brewis, Aubrey Capital | Altaf Kassam, SSGA | Alfred Bryant, River and Mercantile
    COVID-19 has changed the investment world and disrupted markets, and Emerging Markets have not been spared. Governments and companies instituted policies requiring half the world's population to stay at home, business and markets have been affected in ways that are seen but yet to be felt fully. As the market prices change with such diverse investments as commodities and travel, how will the providers of these products & services fare? With digital services being widely consumed, will this be a boon for emerging markets to make up any deficit their exports may have caused?

    Join this Panel to understand:
    - How emerging markets are adapting to a new economic reality
    - Which sectors may be the next to boom
    - New ways for investors to take advantage of opportunities the market is creating

    Panel:
    Antonio Curia, Executive Director, Wimmer Family Office (Moderator)
    Rob Brewis, Fund Manager, Aubrey Capital
    Altaf Kassam, EMEA Head of Investment Strategy & Research, SSGA
    Alfred Bryant, Portfolio Manager, River and Mercantile Group
  • ETF resilience through recent market volatility Jul 9 2020 12:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Ivan Gilmore, London Stock Exchange and Jason Warr, BlackRock
    Financial markets had to navigate a huge market shock in Q1 this year, where some equity indices fell 30% in a little over 20 trading days. During this time of unprecedented volatility, London Stock Exchange and other European exchanges witnessed new records for ETF trading. Join this talk with Ivan Gilmore from London Stock Exchange and Jason Warr from BlackRock on ETF resilience throughout this turbulent period.

    They will discuss the impact on primary and secondary market trading and how they expect the ETF ecosystem to evolve with new innovative products, new functionalities such as RFQ 2.0 with order book sweep, as well as post trade enhancements.

    Speakers:
    - Ivan Gilmore, Head of Exchange Traded Products & Global Product Development, London Stock Exchange
    - Jason Warr, Managing Director, EMEA Head of EII Markets, BlackRock
  • What ETFs are telling us about market trends and where we may be going Jul 9 2020 10:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Amanda Rebello, Head of Passive Sales, UK, Ireland & Channel Islands, DWS
    In this webinar, Xtrackers will:

    - Give an overview of recent market flows,

    - Dive deeper into the incorporation of sectors, factors and ESG in portfolios during the COVID-19 global crisis,

    - Touch on valuations and momentum, and

    - Conclude on where product development is heading.
  • Investment Strategies to Capture China’s Growing Importance In Global Portfolios Jul 8 2020 12:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Sjef Pieters, Head of European Sales, KraneShares
    The size, increased international access, and differentiated performance characteristics of China's equity and fixed-income markets make having a sound investment strategy around China more critical than ever before.

    KraneShares offers core and thematic strategies for our clients to gain strategic access to China's markets.​

    Our core equity strategies include access to China A-shares and ESG opportunities. Our thematic strategy offers exposure to China's booming domestic consumption trend, which is increasingly taking place online. Our most recent fund provides exposure to China's bond market, which may provide a meaningful, uncorrelated source of yield for fixed income investors.

    Our strategies are formed based on our in-depth knowledge of investing and are differentiated through strong partnerships within China and around the world. We help investors stay up to date on global market trends and aim to provide meaningful diversification.

    About the speaker:

    Sjef Pieters joined KraneShares as the Head of European Sales in 2018 to build and expand the firm’s business and client base in Europe. He is responsible for managing relationships with a broad range of investor types including pension funds, (private) banks, wealth and asset managers and family offices.

    Prior to KraneShares, Sjef held a number of different business development and sales roles at different asset managers representing a range of investment solutions and strategies range such as ETFs, managed accounts, mutual funds and hedge funds.

    Sjef is excited to bring KraneShares’ insights in investing in China and other markets to investors in Europe.

    For clients interested in UCITS please contact Sjef Pieters directly: Phone: +31 (6) 492 496 89 Email: sjef.pieters@kraneshares.com
  • What does the future of Exchange Traded Funds Hold? Jul 8 2020 11:00 am UTC 31 mins
    Scott Bewley, Managing Director, Enterprisesaas.co
    When it comes to investing in ETFs, there is a balance between investing in a Fund that offers the
    greatest return at the lowest cost, without additional risk.

    So, what does the future hold post Covid19 pandemic?

    Join this webinar with Scott Bewley, Founder at Enterprisesaas.co to learn:
    - How to define value today
    - How to measure value
    - How to ensure enduring value in the future
  • Funds to Watch: Investing EM Ecommerce, Cloud Computing, Gold and Bitcoin Using Jul 8 2020 10:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Hector McNeil, Co-CEO and Co-Founder, HANetf
    We will cover HANetf’s unique product range, discussing how our thematic emerging markets ecommerce and cloud technology ETFs provide investors exposure to global megatrends. Hector will also talk about The Royal Mint’s first financially listed product, as well as the recently launched Bitcoin ETP.

    - Introduction to HANetf

    - Emerging Markets Internet and Ecommerce UCITS ETF (EMQQ): thematic exposure aligned with long-term global demographic and technological changes that expanding internet accesses and increasing affluence and consumerism in the developing world.

    - HAN-GINS Cloud Technology UCITS ETF (SKYY): a thematic ETF providing exposure to companies active in the field of cloud computing, such as service providers or producers of equipment or software focused on cloud computing.

    - The Royal Mint Physical Gold ETC (RMAU): introducing the first financial product to be sponsored by The Royal Mint and the first gold ETC custodied with a European Sovereign mint. Investing in responsibly sourced gold bars through an ETC with reduced systemic risk.

    - BTCetc Bitcoin Exchange Traded Crypto (BTCE): Physical bitcoin exposure, exchange traded, and the first crypto ETP to be centrally counterparty cleared globally. Own and trade bitcoin through a regulated exchange. Bitcoin as an asset class.

    - Q&A
  • Active Asset Allocation + Passive Building Blocks = Superior Net Returns Jul 8 2020 8:00 am UTC 30 mins
    Simon McConnell, Portfolio Manager, Netwealth Investments
    Join Netwealth’s investment manager, Simon McConnell, as he shares insights into how to ensure you have the best combination of active and passive in your investment approach.

    The webinar will explore:

    - How combining active asset allocation with cost efficient implementation can enhance client outcomes

    - Why a holistic approach to considering clients’ wealth can combine both active and passive holdings within their total portfolio

    - Key future developments we envisage for the ETF investment landscape

    About the speaker:
    Before joining Netwealth in 2016, Simon was a portfolio manager in the Multi Asset team at UBS Asset Management, both in London and Hong Kong. He is a key contributor in the Netwealth investment committee, focusing on idea generation, instrument selection and portfolio construction. Simon is responsible for ongoing portfolio management, monitoring and trade implementation.
  • Smart Investing - China Insight & Solutions Recorded: Jul 1 2020 48 mins
    Shuang Cai – President, China Post Global
    Shuang Cai - President, China Post Global provides insight on the China markets and discusses smart beta investment solutions.
  • What does the future of Exchange Traded Funds Hold? Recorded: Jun 25 2020 32 mins
    Scott Bewley, Managing Director, Enterprisesaas.co
    When it comes to investing in ETFs, there is a balance between investing in a Fund that offers the
    greatest return at the lowest cost, without additional risk.

    So, what does the future hold post Covid19 pandemic?

    Join this webinar with Scott Bewley, Founder at Enterprisesaas.co to learn:
    - How to define value today
    - How to measure value
    - How to ensure enduring value in the future
Actionable Insights for Investors
Insights for Investors

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: How Technology Helps with RDR and TCF (Treating Clients Fairly)
  • Live at: Apr 27 2010 10:00 am
  • Presented by: Kim North, Managing Director, Technology & Technical
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close