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Decentralised finance - what the future looks like

Panacea is running a series of masterclasses to provide clarity on the complex world of cryptocurrency.

The issues:

In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

The Solution:

This series of webinars will enable you to:
- understand more about cryptocurrency
- competently answer questions raised by clients
- decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

Synopsis:

- What is DeFi and how can you access it?
- Overview of type of DeFi products and protocols
- What are the challenges and risks DeFi face?
- What are the opportunities?
- What is needed to get institutions interested in DeFi?

Speaker:

Dr Amber Ghaddar is one of the founders of AllianceBlock, the blockchain startup building the framework for the world’s first globally compliant capital market by bridging CeFi and DeFi.

Amber started her career in Global Investment Research at Goldman Sachs London, and moved from there to the Cross Asset Solutions team at JP Morgan London in 2012, where she built the JP Morgan UK Multi Asset franchise. Later, she spearheaded the Macro Systematic Trading Strategies team at JP Morgan London.
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    Katy Simkiss, vFAIRS
    We have seen the world change dramatically in the last 18 months or so and whilst we get back on track and start living our lives, a recent survey conducted by Panacea to its community discovered that 45% would continue to view more webinars or not attend face to face events at all. So, it seems that new technologies do still have a place in the new world.

    Whilst forums such as BrightTALK, Zoom and Teams benefit to connect in a shorter timeframe with an emphasis on learning, we should also consider the benefits of Virtual events, which goes beyond that.

    Virtual events offer multiple components, sessions and with a higher level of personal engagement - just like a live exhibition.

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    When?
    13th October at 12.30am

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    - Analysis of interest rate changes in the Equity Release market over the last five years
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    Haider Ali
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    Dr Amber Ghaddar is one of the founders of AllianceBlock and Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie
    Panacea is running a series of masterclasses to provide clarity on the complex world of cryptocurrency.

    The issues:

    In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

    Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

    The Solution:

    This series of webinars will enable you to:
    - understand more about cryptocurrency
    - competently answer questions raised by clients
    - decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

    Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

    Synopsis:

    - What is DeFi and how can you access it?
    - Overview of type of DeFi products and protocols
    - What are the challenges and risks DeFi face?
    - What are the opportunities?
    - What is needed to get institutions interested in DeFi?

    Speaker:

    Dr Amber Ghaddar is one of the founders of AllianceBlock, the blockchain startup building the framework for the world’s first globally compliant capital market by bridging CeFi and DeFi.

    Amber started her career in Global Investment Research at Goldman Sachs London, and moved from there to the Cross Asset Solutions team at JP Morgan London in 2012, where she built the JP Morgan UK Multi Asset franchise. Later, she spearheaded the Macro Systematic Trading Strategies team at JP Morgan London.
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    William Marshall, Partner, Hymans Robertson Investment Services
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    Jannah Patchay, Director and Founder of Markets Evolution, Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie
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    The issues:

    In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

    Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

    The Solution:

    This series of webinars will enable you to:
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    - competently answer questions raised by clients
    - decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

    Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

    Synopsis:

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    Louise Lane FCA CTA, Wright Vigar Chartered Accountants, Dan Howitt, CEO, Recap and Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie
    Panacea is running a series of masterclasses to provide clarity on the complex world of cryptocurrency.

    The issues:

    In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

    Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

    The Solution:

    This series of webinars will enable you to:
    - understand more about cryptocurrency
    - competently answer questions raised by clients
    - decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

    Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

    Synopsis:

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    - Succession planning with cryptoassets
    - How to have a meaningful discussion with clients on crypto

    Louise, an experienced cryptotax advisor with over 2.5 years’ experience advising clients in this area, will explain how cryptoassets are taxed for UK Individuals; including an overview of the complex ‘share matching’ rules applied for capital gains tax disposals.

    Dan Howitt will showcase how Recap (privacy focused crypto software) can help your clients (and their accountant) calculate their tax position, track their portfolio for strategic financial planning purposes and estimate the tax on contemplated transactions.

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    Veronica Mihai, Mentor in blockchain, crypto and fintech & Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie
    Panacea is running a series of masterclasses to provide clarity on the complex world of cryptocurrency.

    The issues:

    In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

    Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

    The Solution:

    This series of webinars will enable you to:
    - understand more about cryptocurrency
    - competently answer questions raised by clients
    - decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

    Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

    This session will cover:

    - Dispelling black market myths
    - What are the compelling arguments both ‘for’ and ‘against’ crypto currency?
    - Why clients are attracted to crypto over traditional investments

    Speaker:

    Veronica Mihai is a mentor for individuals interested in starting/growing their career in blockchain, crypto and fintech. As a public speaker she supports the narrative for BTC adoption and financial services decentralisation and inclusion. She is an angel investor in tech and blockchain start-ups, former hedge fund co-founder and enterprise grade cryptocurrency mining farm entrepreneur.
  • Cryptocurrency & blockchain 101 Recorded: Jun 29 2021 46 mins
    Eléonore Blanc, Founder CryptoCanal, Crypto & blockchain educator & Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie
    Panacea is running a series of masterclasses to provide clarity on the complex world of cryptocurrency.

    The issues:

    In June 2021, the FCA extended the temporary registrations regime for existing crypto asset businesses from 9 July 2021 to 31 March 2022.

    Additionally, a recent Opinium poll showed that more than 90% of UK independent financial advisers would never recommend cryptocurrencies or meme stocks to their clients.

    The Solution:

    This series of webinars will enable you to:
    - understand more about cryptocurrency
    - competently answer questions raised by clients
    - decide whether to embrace it as another asset class for your advised clients

    Bridget Greenwood from The Bigger Pie will facilitate the sessions and be joined by several experts in the field to educate you further.

    Synopsis:

    - What is crypto currency?
    - Crypto 101 – the basics
    - Dispelling myths - from criminal concerns to environmental factors
    - What the future looks like - is it an unstoppable monetary revolution?
    - A “cryptocurrency wallet workshop” to make the presentation tangible

    Speaker:

    Eléonore Blanc founded CryptoCanal in 2019 to offer education, marketing and business development services. She's worked with industry leaders such as BTC.com, Luno, OKEx, Bitcoin.com, Cyber Capital, Satoshi's Angels and HubSecurity. She teaches a monthly Crypto 101 event and offers an in-depth class for more advanced cryptocurrency investors.
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    If you would like help building your Wealth Management business, then this webinar will show you how.

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    - The top megatrends for the future and how to integrate them into your investment strategy;
    - Hype vs. trend - how to avoid getting caught up in fads
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    Join Beyond Encryption on this webinar to ensure your business is making the best use of technology to address data risks and prevent a data breach incident.

    - Understand the definition of personally identifiable data in relation to the digital documents you are routinely exchanging with your clients.
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    - Identify good data practice to ensure you stay compliant.

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    - Personally identifiable data - what exactly qualifies?
    - Where, and from what, is this data at risk?
    - The latest from the ICO re data breach incidents
    - Technology that can help and protect your business in a new digital world.

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    - With effect from 01.01.21 a new regime came into effect known as UK GDPR.
    - What are implications re outbound marketing?
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    David Halfacre, Partnerships Director, M&G | Ben Constable-Maxwell. Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing, M&G
    While we support the UN SDGs, we are not associated with the UN and our funds are not endorsed by them.

    Many of M&G's focus points have been taken from the UNs SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). The UN outlined 17 key goals, including fighting poverty, zero hunger, gender equality, and climate action. Taking these goals, M&G has defined their own social responsibility and defined measurable goals and impact investments.

    Measuring the success of these efforts is vital for transparency and visibility. When it comes to investing in efforts combating the climate emergency, investments can show CO2 emissions saving in tonnes. Further, annual impact reports demonstrate the net positive impact of each investment.

    To make sure that investments are authentic and true to the fight against social and environmental issues, having numerical measurements of impact is key, even when impact feels abstract.

    In this session, we will discuss:

    - Best practices of impact investing
    - Investment regulations, and why these are important
    - Additionality and measurability

    The value of the fund's assets will go down as well as up. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally invested.
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    Michael Walsh
    Elevated valuations for many assets combined with low government bond yields leave investors with a challenging dilemma: how to benefit from market gains if economic conditions improve while mitigating against potential losses if things deteriorate?

    This balancing of ‘greed’ and ‘fear’ is one of the oldest problems in investing, and one with a relatively simple solution: diversification.

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    Allan Lane, Algo-Chain | Aanand Venkatramanan, LGIM
    Biotechnology has become the next revolution in the life sciences industry. It follows advances in microscopes that enable the study of bacteria and infectious diseases and chemistry that created antibiotics. More recent discoveries, such as decoding the human genome, help us anticipate illness and live longer lives. For investment managers, the life sciences, which includes Pharma and Biotechnology, is known to be an industry of consistent returns and high growth. Even before COVID-19, it was poised to reach $775 Billion by 2024. The urgency of COVID-19 and the demand for a vaccine increase the value of the industry, shown in the US government’s Operation Warp Speed, a $10 billion grant program seeking a successful vaccine.

    How will the value of life sciences grow as the market demands cures to existing diseases and prevention for future ailments? Join this webinar to learn about:

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    David "DAN" Norman, CEO, TCF Investment
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    The Learning outcomes
    1. Appreciate the context of the value of advice
    2. Explore three core value areas
    3. Understand over 20 ways advice adds value
    4. Learn how to convert adviser value into £s
    5. Understand how human behaviour can detract from value
    6. Be able to use templates to highlight adviser value

    Agenda
    • Why value is important
    • The TCF Value of Advice Tree
    • The ups and downs of investing
    • Portfolio and risk value
    • Goals and planning value
    • Confidence and wellbeing value
    • Adding it all up
    • Templates to showcase value
    • Further sources of reading

    Follow up support / handouts
    A. The Value Tree sales aid / poster
    B. The Retirement Mountain sales aid / poster
    C. 20 ways advisers can show their value
  • [EP. 2/6] The Race to Net Zero: Climate Solutions for the Future Recorded: Mar 16 2021 27 mins
    David Halfacre, Partnerships Director, M&G | Rachel Roddy, Investment Specialist, M&G | Randeep Somel, Fund Manager, M&G
    In 2020 the macro picture for climate change shifted. Biden re-joining the Paris agreement, and China signing up to carbon neutrality by 2060, framed 2020 as the year of huge change for climate solutions. In China, more vigorous green policies could see them reaching their peak carbon emissions by 2030, and reaching total carbon neutrality by 2060. The rate of change in the last 12 months in the climate change space is emblematic of the change being made operationally in the investment industry. In March 2020, M&G made two new commitments to the acceleration of efforts combating climate change. Firstly, to reach a net zero carbon emissions on the total book of assets under management by the year 2050. Secondly, M&G is committed to reducing operational carbon emissions to net zero by the year 2030.

    Some of the ways that investment companies can improve their dedication to the resolution of the climate emergency include engaging with company management and allocating capital towards lower emissions sectors. M&G has taken this approach, as well as encouraging climate-related disclosures, higher engagement with investee companies, and improving organisational research and analysis capabilities in order to gather more comprehensive data on investment exposure. In this session we will be looking at the other ways investment companies like M&G are tackling the climate emergency.

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    In this session, we will discuss:

    - The bigger picture in the climate change space, what is happening globally, and where more work still needs to be done
    - The race to net zero, and macro tailwinds
    - The circular economy
    - Green technology
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    David "DAN" Norman, CEO, TCF Investment
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    DAN has worked with over 150 adviser firms to assist in developing or refining their CIP and CRP.
    He will provide an outline of a CIP development process as well as a sample Investment Philosophy and Process (P&P). He will also briefly cover the value that having a CIP has for clients.

    The Learning outcomes
    1. Gain a broad understanding of what CIPs are and why advisers might consider them
    2. Understand the benefits and risks of a CIP
    3. Understand the importance and value of PROD
    4. Look at different approaches to segmentation
    5. Look at the elements of an Investment Philosophy and Process
    6. Be able to use a step-by-step process to build a CIP
    Agenda
    • The regulatory perspective & demographic background
    • How might you approach CIP development
    • Approaches to PROD (templates)
    • CIP checklist
    • Elements of an Investment P&P
    • PROD and DDQ
    • The value of your CIP to clients
    Follow up support / handouts
    A. A guide to developing a CIP
    B. A template for an adviser Investment P&P
    C. A pictorial guide to the elements of a CIP
  • Investing in Health & Wellbeing Recorded: Mar 3 2021 60 mins
    Allan Lane, Algo-Chain | Jeremie Capron, ROBO Global | Grzegorz Juchniewicz, NeonDigitise | Anthony Ginsberg, GinsGlobal
    Advances in medicine and technology have increased our lives' duration and quality, opening up opportunities for investors focused on the health and wellness industries. Technology enables us to track our health indicators, which changes the dynamic between healthcare companies, technology companies, and consumers. Holistic health services are also becoming more popular, decreasing the demand for mega-hospitals and increasing the demand for local, customized care solutions. And, as COVID-19 has forced a need for virtual interactions, people have become more comfortable receiving sensitive advice over the phone, paving the way for mass adoption of telemedicine.

    With all of these areas of change, how can investors look at health & wellness more opportunistically?

    This webinar will dive into:
    - The dynamics between healthcare and technology
    - How telemedicine can democratize access to high-quality health care
    - Opportunities emerging in localized solutions to the current centralized healthcare industry

    Speakers:
    - Allan Lane, Co-founder, Algo-Chain
    - Jeremie Capron, Director of Research, ROBO Global
    - Anthony Ginsberg, Managing Director, GinsGlobal
    - Grzegorz Juchniewicz, Investment Manager, NeonDigitise
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