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US-Election Part 3: Biden's Inauguration

Join us the day after Biden’s inauguration for the third and final part of our US-Election webinar series.

We’ll be joined by experts to discuss how different sectors might be impacted under the 46th President of the United States and what this could be for investors seeking new opportunities.

As the inauguration approaches, it is expected that Biden could impose significant changes, including the national legalisation of cannabis and he may introduce policies to limit the power of Big Tech companies.

Hear from 3 different North American asset managers who specialise in following themes:
• Technology mega trends including Cloud, healthcare innovation, AI, cyber security, digital entertainment, social media, future transport
• Medical cannabis markets
• Emerging & frontier markets e-commerce markets

For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
Recorded Jan 21 2021 87 mins
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Kevin Carter- EMQQ, Greg Taylor- Purpose Investments, Anthony Ginsberg- GinsGlobal
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  • Midstream Energy | Recovery, Dividends and ESG Considerations Mar 18 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Stacey Morris, Director of Research Alerian
    Midstream energy infrastructure continues to offer investors generous income while benefitting from an ongoing macro recovery and company-specific improvements. Many midstream names are poised to generate meaningful free cash flow in 2021 even after dividends with several having announced buyback authorizations in recent months. Midstream companies, whether structured as corporations or Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), play a vital role in connecting energy production in the US and Canada with domestic and global demand by transporting, processing, and storing oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids.

    With vaccines being rolled out globally and producers remaining disciplined with cuts, oil prices have recovered significantly even as demand improvement remains in early stages. Complementing an improving macro outlook, expected free cash flow generation, buybacks, and discounted valuations make for a compelling total return opportunity. Midstream yields remain elevated at nearly 9%* as of the end of January from predominately investment-grade companies.

    We’ll be joined by Stacey Morris, Director of Research at Alerian to discuss:

    • Macro landscape
    • Midstream outlook and dividend update
    • ESG Considerations
    • Valuations of midstream companies
    • Q&A

    *Source: Alerian. Data as of 31.01.21. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Emerging Markets | Exploring New Opportunities Mar 11 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kevin Carter, Founder and CIO of EMQQ
    2020 has been one of the most challenging years for both developed and developing countries alike. The Coronavirus pandemic and the increased use of technology and digital communication has meant that many emerging countries have leap-froged traditional development stages, with the first computer many people in emerging markets owning being a smart phone.

    We’ll be joined by Kevin Carter, CIO and Founder of EMQQ, to discuss:
    - The digital revolution that is occurring in emerging markets
    - The investment opportunity in new markets such as South America and India
    - Anti-trust regulations
    - The Emerging Markets Internet and Ecommerce UCITS ETF

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • International Women’s Day Panel | Thematic Outlook Mar 8 2021 4:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Hannah Gooch-Peters, Lenore Hawkins, Stacey Morris, Gabriela Herculano and Shaila Khan Leekha
    Join us this International Women’s Day as we’re joined by an all-women panel. We will be discussing current trends in each of our speaker’s industries and what the outlook for 2021 is.

    We’ll be joined by Hannah Gooch-Peters, Global Equity Investment Analyst at Sanlam, Lenore Hawkins, Global Macro Strategist at Tematica Research, Stacey Morris, Director of Research at Alerian, and Gabriela Herculano and Shaila Khan Leekha, Co-founders of iClima Investments.

    The topics we will be discussing are:
    • Global equities and active management
    • Digital infrastructure and the 5G revolution
    • North American midstream energy
    • Climate change and decarbonisation

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • The ETF Revolution | How to Enter the European Market Mar 3 2021 3:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    HANetf, A&L Goodbody, BNY Mellon, RBC Capital Markets & London Stock Exchange
    Asset managers, banks and insurance companies are now looking at ETFs as a serious strategic opportunity that will enable them to grow and meet the needs of modern investors.

    Hear from A&L Goodbody, BNY Mellon, RBC Capital Markets, London Stock Exchange and HANetf on how to launch an ETF in the European market.

    We will cover:
    - Introduction & overview of the European ETF opportunity
    - Explanation of the UCITS regime, legal process & other regulatory considerations
    - Challenges of market making across multiple exchanges
    - The role of the custodian & administrator in the European market
    - Listing and trading ETFs on London Stock Exchange
    - Q&A

    For professional investors only.
  • Thematic Investing: Technology Mega Trends are Shaping the World Recorded: Feb 17 2021 62 mins
    Tematica Research Team, Kevin Carter, CIO of EMQQ and Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director at GinsGlobal
    Global technology trends are shaping and re-shaping the world around us. All areas of business, healthcare and ecommerce are adopting innovative technologies to improve efficiency, performance and cost.

    We’ll be joined by Kevin Carter, CIO of EMQQ, Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director at GinsGlobal, and Chris Versace, Lenore Hawkins and Mark Abssy from Tematica Research. They will be discussing:

    • The digital adoption in emerging markets and how many consumers in emerging countries are leap-frogging traditional development states, adapting to a more digitalised, connected lifestyle.
    • The growth of digital infrastructure and the rollout of 5G which will provide faster speeds, lower latency and overall a better user experience.
    • The rapid growth of technology mega trends and how many businesses are moving away from tradition IT models to include cloud computing and remote services, including the increased use of technology in the healthcare industry.

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Investing in the Future: Enabling Decarbonisation Recorded: Feb 4 2021 61 mins
    Gabriela Herculano, CEO and Co-founder, iClima and Shaila Leekha, COO and Co-founder, iClima
    iClima is becoming the poster child of the transition economy. It focuses on companies offering products and services that displace emission-producing alternatives – thus enabling CO2e avoidance. This is a shift from other ‘low-carbon’ approaches that focus on companies’ own emission reduction actions. iClima calls the companies in its index ‘climate champions,’ because they’re delivering impactful solutions measured by the CO2e avoidance potential of their products. Furthermore, iClima has developed a methodology to quantify this CO2e avoidance potential of each company in its index.

    In the webinar, iClima will be explaining their methodology and the story behind the ETF. With global temperatures needing to be limited to a 1.5 degrees celsius warming, a stronger focus needs to be on the companies that are enabling others to decarbonise.

    Themes will include:
    • iClima’s companies (the constituents in its ETF) vis a vis the six categories of environmental sustainability goals in the ESG parameters
    • Market forces and tailwinds
    • The need for decarbonisation
    • The world as of 2021 and the world that can be at the end of the decade: such as electric vehicle sales now and then, rooftop solar now and then.

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • The Digital Revolution: Legislation, Change and Growth Recorded: Jan 28 2021 57 mins
    Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director at GinsGlobal
    The rapid adoption of technology and cloud computing the world saw in 2020 was unlike any other year. With people all over the world adapting to working from home and increasingly moving their lives online, technology megatrends have soared.
    With increased use of technology and cloud computing, the US and EU are in the process of implementing legislation that will require Big Tech companies to follow new obligations to reveal information and data to regulators to ensure content is safe and legal. It will be interesting to see what implications this could have for Big Tech companies.
    As Biden becomes President in January, his technology policies could have an impact on some of the larger or riskier technology stocks due to their legal challenges and Biden’s concerns around the concentration of power held by tech companies such as Facebook.
    We’ll be joined by tech expert Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director of GinsGlobal, to discuss:
    • The increased adoption of the Digital Revolution, fueled by the increase in remote working
    • Biden’s Big Tech policies
    • The implications of increase Tech legislation in the EU
    • How cloud computing companies are benefiting from the switch from hardware platforms to cloud-based platforms

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Are Cryptocurrencies an Asset Class for Institutional Investors in 2021? Recorded: Jan 22 2021 56 mins
    Bradley Duke, Co-Founder & CEO of ETC Group
    Cryptocurrency was once seen as the wild west of investments and not seen as suitable product for institutional investors. However, with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin booming, central banks are considering their own digital currencies and exchange traded cryptocurrency products aimed at institutional investors which are being listed on regulated exchanges. As institutional cryptocurrency investing is becoming more mainstream, more and more institutional investors are looking at cryptocurrencies seriously and asking if this is really digital gold?

    Join us for this webinar where the team behind BTCE Exchange Traded Crypto explore:

    • Why should institutional investor care about digital assets? A risk-return analysis
    • Exchange traded crypto currencies: do they solve the previous issues of unregulated crypto?
    • Market outlook for cryptocurrencies: what investors should look for in 2021

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • US-Election Part 3: Biden's Inauguration Recorded: Jan 21 2021 87 mins
    Kevin Carter- EMQQ, Greg Taylor- Purpose Investments, Anthony Ginsberg- GinsGlobal
    Join us the day after Biden’s inauguration for the third and final part of our US-Election webinar series.

    We’ll be joined by experts to discuss how different sectors might be impacted under the 46th President of the United States and what this could be for investors seeking new opportunities.

    As the inauguration approaches, it is expected that Biden could impose significant changes, including the national legalisation of cannabis and he may introduce policies to limit the power of Big Tech companies.

    Hear from 3 different North American asset managers who specialise in following themes:
    • Technology mega trends including Cloud, healthcare innovation, AI, cyber security, digital entertainment, social media, future transport
    • Medical cannabis markets
    • Emerging & frontier markets e-commerce markets

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Medical Cannabis: Riding Global Tailwinds Recorded: Jan 20 2021 54 mins
    Nawan Butt, Portfolio Manager at Purpose Investments and Andre Voinea, HANetf
    2020 has marked a significant year for the cannabis market. With the pandemic leading to increased use of recreational and medicinal cannabis, Germany hit a symbolic milestone for medical cannabis activity, with over 100,000 patients applying for reimbursement from their insurers since the start of the medical cannabis program in early 2017.

    One special winner of the November elections was cannabis. Voters in 5 states showed strong support for reform of cannabis laws for both medical and adult-use. This momentum has been hugely positive for the cannabis space as a whole and a big re-rate of the industry has taken a place through November. In addition to this tailwind, momentum continues with the passing of the MORE Act in the US House of Congress and although the vote was expected to pass in the Democrat controlled House, the hastiness of the legislation being voted upon was entirely unanticipated as the Democrats have yet to formally move into the White House.

    At the beginning of December, the UN voted on the reclassification of cannabis as a deadly substance. Although it only passed with a slim margin of 27 to 25, it is expected to be highly influential as many governments look at global conventions for drug policy guidance.

    We’ll be joined by Nawan Butt, Portfolio Manager at Purpose Investments to discuss:

    • The UN deschedules cannabis creating policy guidance for UN nations
    • Canadians re-invigorate focus towards Europe
    • US legislators increasingly look to push for federal cannabis reform

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Midstream Energy: 2021 Outlook and the Investment Case Beyond Income Recorded: Dec 17 2020 59 mins
    Stacey Morris, Director of Research Alerian, Jeremy Tonet, Senior Research Analyst at J.P. Morgan and Faisal El-Hakim, HANetf
    2020 has affected industries in ways that could not have been predicted. In March 2020, midstream hit record lows as the impact of Covid-19 weighed heavily on the energy space and oil prices tumbled. Midstream, however, has performed defensively this year relative to other energy sectors due to more stable cash flows, which support attractive dividends. Midstream companies, whether structured as Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) or C-Corps, play a vital role in connecting energy production in the US and Canada with domestic and global demand by transporting, processing, and storing oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids.

    Looking to 2021, midstream is well positioned to generate meaningful free cash flow given the combination of stable cash flows and reduced capital spending plans. Several buyback authorizations in recent weeks are further evidence of the free cash flow opportunity for the space. These tailwinds and an ongoing macro recovery create a compelling investment case for 2021 supported by other improvements such as cost reductions and progress with ESG-related initiatives.

    Join us for a panel discussion with midstream experts Stacey Morris, Director of Research at Alerian and Jeremy Tonet, Senior Research Analyst covering North American Utilities, Energy Infrastructure and MLPs at J.P. Morgan. We will be discussing:
    - The midstream energy investment case
    - The midstream energy 2021 outlook
    - ESG considerations in midstream
    - The Alerian Midstream Energy Dividend UCITS ETF: background, strategy
    - Q and A
  • HANetf Product Update Recorded: Dec 16 2020 60 mins
    Robert Dickson, Director of UK Sales
    2020 has been a monumental year for HANetf.

    Our AUM has increased by 1000% from the beginning of the year and is now over $900million. We have also launched seven new innovative funds, including BTCetc Physical Bitcoin ETC, BTCE, which became the most traded product on Xetra’s ETN Segment in October, and more recently, the iClima Global Decarbonisation Enablers UCITS ETF, CLMA, which is the world’s first decarbonisation ETF.

    In this webinar with Robert Dickson, Director of UK Sales, we will be providing an update on the HANetf product range and providing an insight into our innovative themes:

    •Gold
    •Bitcoin
    •Ecommerce
    •Cloud tech
    •Medical innovation
    •Medical cannabis
    •High yielding energy stocks (10% yields)
    •5G infrastructure
    •Decarbonisation ESG
    Q&A at the end.

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Emerging Markets 2021 Outlook: Economic Boom and Tech as a Safe Haven Recorded: Dec 10 2020 62 mins
    Jay Pelosky, Co-Founder and CIO at TPW Investment Management and Kevin Carter, CIO of EMQQ
    2020 has been one of the most challenging years for both developed and developing countries alike. The Coronavirus pandemic and the increased use of technology and digital communication has meant that many emerging countries have leap-froged traditional development stages, with the first computer many people in emerging markets owning being a smart phone.

    The speed at which a vaccine for Covid-19 was developed sets the stage for a 2021 economic boom which will be witnessed across a set of assets and geographies.

    We'll be joined by Jay Pelosky, Co-Founder and CIO at TPW Investment Management, who will use his Tri Polar World view and Global Risk Nexus framework as a 2021 investor guidebook.

    Also joining us is Kevin Carter, Founder & Chief Investment Officer The Emerging Markets Internet ETF. He is considered an expert on China and Emerging Markets with over two decades of work alongside Princeton Economist & Author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Dr. Burton G. Malkiel.

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk
  • 2021 Gold Outlook with The Royal Mint and AuAg Fonder Recorded: Dec 3 2020 63 mins
    Andrew Dickey, The Royal Mint, Eric Strand, AuAg Fonder, and Faisal El-Hakim, HANetf
    The Coronavirus pandemic, monetary easing, the US election and market uncertainty have caused gold markets to prosper this year, as more investors are turning to the safe-haven asset. In August, gold reached a record intra-day high of $2,074.88 per troy ounce, showing the resilience of this asset class.

    In this webinar, we’ll be joined by two industry veterans, Andrew Dickey of the Royal Mint and Eric Strand of AuAg Fonder, to discuss the medium-term outlook for gold and to look back at the launch of The Royal Mint Physical Gold ETC.

    Andrew is the Division Director of Precious Metals at The Royal Mint, Britain’s oldest company with a history dating back to 886 AD. Their highly secure vault near Cardiff was purpose-built in the late 1960s when the Mint moved from London to Wales, with the security apparatus originally being designed by the Ministry of Defence. Mr Dickey will provide a brief overview of the history of The Royal Mint and what behaviours can currently be seen in the gold market.

    Eric Strand is the founder and portfolio manager of the AuAg Silver Bullet Fund and the recently-launched AuAg Precious Green Fund. Mr Strand will be providing a practitioner’s view of the gold market and what investors can expect in 2021.

    In this webinar we will be covering:

    • Introduction of the Royal Mint
    • Analysis of the changes to the gold market in 2020
    • Current investor sentiment
    • What to expect in 2021
    • Q&A

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk
  • Opening new doors to Shariah Compliant Investments Recorded: Nov 12 2020 62 mins
    Hannah Gooch-Peters, Global Equity Investment Analyst & Pieter Fourie, Fund Manager, Sanlam Investments
    Opening new doors to Shariah Compliant Investments: The World's first actively managed, global equity, Shariah compliant ETF*

    Professional investors only. When you trade ETFs your capital is at risk.

    In September 2020, Almalia launched the world’s first actively-managed global equity ETF (Exchange Traded Fund), employing Shariah investment principles. The aim of the Almalia Sanlam Active Shariah Global Equity UCITS ETF is to achieve capital growth over the medium to long term, whilst complying with principles of Shariah investing.

    In this webinar Pieter Fourie, Lead Fund Manager, Sanlam Investments and Hannah Gooch-Peters, Global Equity Investment Analyst explain:
    •How active management can add value, including the advantages and risks of trading active ETFs and the opportunity to outperform passive ETFs
    •The methodology behind this high quality strategy, which focuses on companies with high returns on capital and low leverage
    •Shariah investing - what the Shariah screen process entails
    •The alignment of Shariah investing with sustainable investing
    •Sanlam’s Q4 2020 Market Outlook
    •Q&A

    *Source: ETFGI as of 03.09.2020
  • The Ant Group IPO: The Delay and What it Means for Investors Recorded: Nov 5 2020 64 mins
    Kevin Carter, Founder and CIO of EMQQ
    Something BIG is happening in emerging markets on November 5th 2020….. The IPO of Alibaba fintech subsidiary ANT Group and the largest IPO EVER!

    With the internet becoming increasingly affordable and accessible, Billions of people in the developing world are now leapfrogging traditional consumption patterns and starting to consume online for the first time. This trend, combined with a global pandemic forcing a more digitized lifestyle, has resulted in a perfect storm that’s catalyzed and accelerated Ecommerce adoption and growth globally. In this exclusive webinar, EMQQ will explore the impacts of this digital consumer wave in emerging markets and the companies best positioned to benefit from these permanent shifts in consumer behavior.

    We will be covering:
    • What caused the delay of the largest IPO in history
    • IPO of Alibaba fintech subsidiary ANT Group – The largest IPO EVER!
    • Why Facebook, Google, Amazon and Walmart are investing Billions into ecommerce in India
    • How the largest Emerging Market ETFs are fundamentally flawed
    • The rising middle-class consumer and What McKinsey & Co. calls ,“the biggest growth opportunity in the history of capitalism”
    • How internet giants like Alibaba, Tencent and MercadoLibre are leading the digital revolution in Emerging Markets

    For professional investors only. Capital at risk.
  • Everything you need to know before Kuwait's MSCI inclusion on November 30th Recorded: Nov 4 2020 31 mins
    Abdullah Al-Busairi, Director of Kuwaiti Asset Management Company
    An investor’s guide to Kuwait’s Inclusion in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. Everything you need to know before the inclusion on November 30th.

    In 2019, MSCI stated that it would reclassify Kuwait to ‘emerging markets’ status from a frontier economy. Due to the onset of the global pandemic, the reclassification has been delayed and is now due to take place on November 30th. With the final leg of this journey approaching, Abdullah Al-Busairi, Director of Kuwaiti Asset Management Company and Director of the KMEFIC FTSE Kuwait Equity UCITS ETF will examine:

    - A time-table for the inclusion: What will this mean for active and passive flows into Kuwaiti equities and how can foreign and local investors take advantage of potential gains using the world’s first UCITS-compliant Kuwait Equity ETF (KUW8)?
    - What impact the upgrade might have on Kuwait equity markets in the short term and medium term
    - A macro outlook on the Kuwait economy in 2020 and beyond, including a discussion of oil prices, geopolitical risks, the 2020-21 budget, and the ongoing economic and infrastructure development in the country.
    - The benefits and risks of using exchange traded funds (ETF) to trade Kuwait securities

    For professional clients only. When you trade ETFs, your capital is at risk.
  • Investing in Digital Infrastructure & Connectivity: More than 5G Recorded: Oct 27 2020 56 mins
    Mark Abssy, Head of Indexing, Chris Versace, CIO, Thematic Strategist, & Lenore Hawkins, Global Macro Strategist - Tematica
    Every day more of our lives move online. We work, shop, learn, connect and share more in the virtual world with every passing year and on-going pandemic has only accelerated that migration.

    New technologies are driving incremental data creation, more data is driving the creation of more apps and this leads to further data consumption.

    This virtuous spiral of connectivity and use is driving exponential growth which is leading to more infrastructure buildout to support this growth.
    In this webinar we explore:
    •The 5G revolution and beyond
    •How the rollout of 5G, cloud, internet of things and other disruptive tech will continue to accelerate the trend towards further digitalisation and virtual communication
    •An introduction to the infrastructure that makes the internet a reality
    •The investment opportunity and risks of the Digital Infrastructure and Connectivity UCITS ETF (DIGI)

    For professional investors only. When you trade ETFs, your capital is at risk.
  • Investing the Future of Healthcare with a Thematic ETF Recorded: Oct 14 2020 45 mins
    HANetf & Anthony Ginsberg, Founder, GinsGlobal Investment Management
    Major global trends are increasing the demand for healthcare services globally, These demographics and economic changes, along with increased patient expectations, have lead to an exponential surge in the pace and scale with which healthcare innovations are emerging and disrupting the healthcare sector worldwide.

    During this webinar we will cover:

    • Trends in healthcare and life sciences, including aging populations, growth of chronic diseases and precision healthcare
    • New technologies in healthcare and life sciences, including robotics, genome sequencing, artificial intelligence, and bio engineering
    • Examples of how these technologies are helping diagnoses and are improving treatment, speed, and accuracy
    • Who are the leading companies at the forefront of healthcare tech and innovation?
    Accessing large, mid and small-cap companies with high exposure to the healthcare innovation theme

    For professional investors only. When you trade ETFs, your capital is at risk.
  • Investing in the New World Order through Bitcoin Recorded: Oct 7 2020 53 mins
    ETC Group, ITI Capital & HANetf
    With many investors concerned about looming inflation, Bitcoin has risen in popularity and is expected to grow even further over the course of 2020. What’s more, U.S. regulators authorised banks to provide custody for cryptocurrencies in July 2020, making Bitcoin’s future even more promising.

    Hear from the Crypto experts on what is driving Bitcoin’s performance, the outlook for the asset class and how investors can gain exposure to physically-backed, centrally cleared Bitcoin through an ETP.

    ETC Group, ITI Capital will cover:

    1. Bitcoin as an asset class: history of Bitcoin, what is it? Why is Bitcoin and other digital assets important right now?
    2. ETC Group: gaining exposure to Bitcoin with an ETP: Can BTCE do for Bitcoin what Gold ETCs did for Gold? What makes BTCE different/ USPs?
    3. ITI Capital: introduction to ITI Capital, history and capabilities
    4. Q&A

    For professional investors only. When you trade ETPs, your capital is at risk.
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