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Manulife Investments Opens the Toronto Stock Exchange January 10, 2019
Catherine Milum, Head of Wealth Sales, Retail Markets, Manulife Investments, joined Graham MacKenzie, Head, ETFs and Structured Products, Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange, to open the market to celebrate the launch of Manulife Multifactor Emerging Markets Index ETF (MEME.B). Manulife Investments, a division of Manulife Asset Management Limited, offers a variety of products and services to investors including exchange traded funds, segregated fund contracts, mutual funds and guaranteed interest contracts. MEME.B commenced trading on Toronto Stock Exchange on December 11, 2018.
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How Should the Financial Markets Be Structured? Securities Trading, Corporate Scandals, Laws (2004)
Following the market turbulence of the 1990s financial crises and September 11 attacks on the U.S. in 2001, financial integration intensified among the developed nations and emerging markets, with substantial growth in capital flows among banks and in the trading of financial derivatives and structured finance products. Worldwide international capital flows grew from $3 trillion to $11 trillion U.S. dollars from 2002 to 2007, primarily in the form of short-term money market instruments with maturities of less than one year. The United States experienced growth in the size and complexity of financial institutions engaged in a broad range of financial services across borders in the wake of the Gramm--Leach--Bliley Act of 1999 which repealed the Glass--Stegall Act of 1933, ending limitations on commercial banks' investment banking activity. Industrialized nations increasingly began relying on foreign capital to finance domestic investment opportunities, resulting in unprecedented capital flows to advanced economies from developing countries, as reflected by global imbalances which grew to 6% of gross world product in 2007 from 3% in 2001.[24]:129-130[18]:19 The global financial crisis that precipitated in 2007 and 2008 shared some of the key features exhibited by the wave of international financial crises in the 1990s, including accelerated capital influxes, weak regulatory frameworks, relaxed monetary policies, herd behavior during investment bubbles, collapsing asset prices, and massive deleveraging. The systemic problems originated from within the United States and other advanced nations.[24]:133-134 Similarly to the 1997 Asian crisis, the global financial crisis entailed broad lending by banks undertaking unproductive real estate investments as well as poor standards of corporate governance within financial intermediaries. Particularly in the United States, the crisis was characterized by growing securitization of non-performing assets, large fiscal deficits, and excessive financing in the housing sector.[33]:21-22[18]:18-20 While the real estate bubble in the U.S. triggered the financial crisis, the bubble was financed by foreign capital flowing from many different countries across the world. As its contageous effects began to infect other nations, the crisis became a precursor for the global economic downturn now referred to as the Great Recession. In the wake of the crisis, the total volume of world trade in goods and services fell 10% from 2008 to 2009 and did not recover until 2011, with an increased concentration in emerging market countries. The global financial crisis demonstrated the negative effects of worldwide financial integration, sparking discourse on how and whether some countries should decouple themselves from the global financial system altogether. In 2009, a newly elected government in Greece revealed that the previous government had been falsifying its national budget data, and that its fiscal deficit for the year was 12.7% of its GDP as opposed to the 3.7% espoused by the former government. This news alerted financial markets to the fact that Greece's deficit exceeded the eurozone's maximum of 3% as outlined in the Economic and Monetary Union's Stability and Growth Pact (SGP). Investors concerned by the possibility of a sovereign default began rapidly selling Greek bonds. Given Greece's prior decision to embrace the euro as its currency, it no longer held monetary policy autonomy and could not intervene to depreciate a national currency for the purposes of absorbing this shock and boosting competitiveness, as was the traditional solution to sudden capital flights. The crisis proved contagious when it spread to Portugal, Italy, and Spain (together with Greece these are collectively referred to as the PIGS. Ratings agencies downgraded these countries' government debt instruments in 2010 which further increased the costliness of refinancing or repaying their national debts. The contagion continued to spread and soon grew into a European sovereign debt crisis which threatened economic recovery in the wake of the Great Recession. In tandem with the IMF, the European Union members assembled a €750 billion bailout for Greece and other afflicted nations. Additionally, the ECB pledged to purchase bonds from troubled eurozone nations in an effort to mitigate the risk of a banking system panic. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_financial_system
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How to Build New Products by Google Product Manager
Product Management Event in San Francisco about Building Products for Emerging Markets. 👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2xYaOIg 💻 Google's "Next Billion Users" effort aims to build better Google products for emerging markets. It does so by adapting current products to better fit the needs & environment of these users, and by building new products from the ground up specifically tailored for users in such markets. Building products for cultures and people that are very different from your surroundings is a complex task. It requires deep research efforts and a highly structured way of solving product questions. Joris explained how Google's product teams solve these types of problems. Joris van Mens is a Product Manager at Google, where he is focused on building new technology for users in emerging markets. He holds an MSc. in Economics from the University of Amsterdam and studies Artificial Intelligence at Stanford in his spare time. Chapter 1 3:05 What the talk is about Chapter 2 7:55 What has Google learned about emerging markets? Chapter 3 15:30 Advice from Google on how to remove download barriers Chapter 4 19:15 Google solutions for when there's not enough connection Chapter 5 25:35 Taking different languages into consideration Chapter 6 39:50 Research: get out there Chapter 7 42:10 Research: Field interviews Chapter 8 46:45 Research: Get recruited participants Chapter 9 1:03:42 Research: Immerse Chapter 10 1:05:30 Questions from the audience ABOUT US: We host product management, data and coding events every week in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Orange County and New York. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2wbYf7I Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, and Data courses; our instructors are real-world managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, Orange County and Los Angeles. Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. If you want to become a product manager in 8 weeks, see our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2xYaOIg 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. On sale for a limited time. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
Double your international equity returns, without the downside risk. All in USD!
Closing date 3 October 2016. Japie Lubbe takes us through the new Investec Structured Product, International Titans Basket Limited more at http://www.Investec.co.za/titans An opportunity for South African investors to access international equity markets with 100% principal protection, plus a 5% minimum return in USD at maturity. This five year investment gives investors double the performance of the MSCI World index, with a maximum return of 50% in USD.
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Impact Investing: Where Are the Deals?
Doing well by accomplishing good is the goal of every socially conscious investor. Despite the demand for products that provide both financial and social return, the opportunities are still limited. While investment vehicles from microfinance funds to private equity and structured-debt products are proliferating, it remains difficult to access deals and even harder to track performance. The word about these investment opportunities and solid information about their impact and financial returns need to reach a much wider audience. Panelists will single out successful investment products across asset classes and sectors and suggest how to provide investors with better historical performance information and more solid outlooks. Moderator Amit Bouri, CEO, Global Impact Investing Network Speakers John Chiang, Treasurer, State of California Tony Davis, Founder, Managing Partner and CEO, Inherent Group Giles Gunesekera, CEO, Global Impact Initiative Amy O’Brien, Managing Director and Head of Responsible Investment, TIAA Global Asset Management Deval Patrick, Managing Director, Bain Capital; Former Governor, Massachusetts
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NN Investment Partners introduces their Emerging Market Debt team
NN Investment Partners (NN IP), formerly known as ING IM, has a long history of involvement and commitment to Emerging Markets. Our presence in Emerging Markets and extensive local knowledge allows us to capitalise on information asymmetries which are strong differentiating factors setting us apart from competition. Local knowledge provides us with greater chances of uncovering potential value in less well-researched companies or countries. NN IP is therefore well-placed to operate a boutique which combines this knowledge effectively and uses the organizational set-up to design well-structured Emerging Market Debt products.
Structured Trade Finance – What Does It Mean?
Structured trade finance (STF), a type of debt finance, is used as an alternative to conventional lending. This form of finance is utilized regularly in developing countries, as well as, in relation to cross border transactions. The objective is to encourage trade by making use of non-standard security. STF is generally used in high-value transactions in bilateral trading relationships. As a more complicated type of finance, STF is commonly related to commodity trading.
Innovative CLO Products New Developments in Structures and Assets
KBRA's Eric Hudson, Managing Director of Structured Credit, speaks at the IMN's 7th Annual Investors' Conference on CLOs and Leveraged Loans. The panel discusses CBOs, market value CDOs, CRE CLOs and CCOFs: Decoding the acronyms. New assets including commercial real estate and infrastructure, how liquid is CLO paper compared to these other alternative products? New CLO innovations: Will new mechanics such as Applicable Margin Reset (AMR) set to address structural inefficiencies, become an important means of CLO refinancing? Website - http://www.kbra.com Twitter - http://bit.ly/29nMU8E LinkedIn - http://bit.ly/2ssZLnW IMN audio: https://bit.ly/2kQKDe3
Top 3 Emerging Markets ETFs (VWO, EEM)
https://goo.gl/QPCkqk - Start earning with binary options like millions of traders do Emerging markets are increasingly popular with investors, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) offer an easy means of achieving global diversification. Either by purchasing power parity-adjusted or nominal gross domestic product (GDP), the four largest developing emerging market economies are the BRIC countries, Brazil, Russia, India and China . The next largest promising group includes South Korea, Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Emerging markets offer opportunities to invest in high growth potential companies. Overall, emerging market growth is approximately twice the growth rate for the developed countries, as of 2015. There are risks involved with emerging markets, but the potential for substantial profits continues to draw institutional and individual investors. ETFs are an excellent option for investors who want to diversify their portfolios and gain exposure to emerging markets. The Vanguard FTSE Emerging Market ETF The Vanguard FTSE Emerging Market ETF (NYSE Arca: VWO) aims to provide investors with results similar to the performance of the FTSE Emerging Index. The fund invests in the stocks of companies based in emerging market countries around the world, such as South Africa, Brazil, Taiwan and China. The underlying index is market capitalization weighted and represents the performance of over 800 companies, large- and mid-cap, spread across 22 different emerging markets. This fund is ideal for investors looking to obtain global exposure and diversify their portfolio. Issued by Vanguard, the fund has assets totaling over $46 billion. The fund is considered to have a medium risk level. Its five-year return as of 2015 is 11.09%. The expense ratio for this fund is low at 0.15% and the dividend yield it offers is approximately 2.7%. Holdings for the fund include Tencent Holdings Ltd. (OTC Markets: TCEHY), China Mobile Ltd. (Hong Kong: 0941.HK) and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Shanghai: 601398). The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (NYSE Arca: EEM) seeks to provide investors with results that are generally the same as the price and yield performance of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. This underlying index is structured as a metric for the overall equity market performance of global emerging markets. The index is composed of more than 20 emerging market countries worldwide, including Israel, Mexico, Peru, Egypt, Russia, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey. Issued by BlackRock, this fund has assets that total approximately $26.5 billion. Considered a medium-level risk investment, this fund has five-year returns of 5.53% as of June 2015. The expense ratio for this fund is 0.67% and the dividend yield it offers is approximately 2.2%. Some of the primary holdings of this fund include Samsung Electronics Company Ltd. (Korea: 005930.KS), China Construction Bank Corporation (Hong Kong: 0939.HK) and South African media corporation Naspers Ltd. (JSE: NPN). T
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Family Office Investment Club: Demystifying Structured Products - November 2013
The Family Office Investment Club: Demystifying Structured Products, held at Dartmouth House, Mayfair, November 7th 2013 was the first in a series of sector specific lunches, a forum for debate and sharing best practices exclusively for senior family office leaders of the top family offices from across the UK and abroad. With expert keynotes from leading investment firms and live roundtable debates from the families themselves. Attended by over 50 families of the highest standard and seniority. The Family Office Investment Club is truly unique: "An outstanding line-up of speakers and attendees a must attend event for any investor"
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Why Structured Finance Activity Will Likely Spread Across E
Standard & Poor's expects structured finance activity to increase and diversify across emerging markets in 2013. In this CreditMatters TV segment, Director Eric Gretch discusses the outlook for 2013 in emerging markets. Topics include the implications of a rebounding Mexican economy, Brazil's uncertain regulatory environment, and domestic and cross-border issuance in Russia, South Africa, Turkey, and emerging Europe.
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#06 Dr. Nelson Lacey, CFA – A Deeper Look Into the CAIA Designation | The Wall Street Lab (Podcast)
Dr. Nelson Lacey, CFA is a professor of finance at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts. He earned his PhD in finance from the Pennsylvania State University and he also holds the CFA charter. Professor Lacey has been at CAIA since its inception. He has been active in working on the program’s curriculum and examination and became a Director of Exams in 2004. Professor Lacey’s academic work has led to over 50 publications in finance and economics. He is also the co-author of the book Modern Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice. The love for knowledge is really one of the main reasons why we started this project. We truly believe that education is not an end in itself, but a continuous journey. As Albert Einstein said, “Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death”. With that in mind, if you look at the financial services world, there are really dozens of exams you can take in order to learn new things and improve your career prospects. Some of them are less well known, but I bet you will be familiar with a few of them, such as the CFA, the FRM and CAIA, to name a few. For those of you who don’t know what CAIA is, it stands for Chartered Alternative Investments Analyst. And it is a financial designation that focuses specifically in Alternative Investments, such as structured products, commodities, real estate, private equity and hedge funds. We had the pleasure of interviewing the Director of Exams at the CAIA Association, Dr. Nelson Lacey. What is interesting about this interview is that it does not only cover the CAIA designation on its own. There is an obvious curiosity, especially amongst undergraduate and graduates students in the field of finance and investing, about the benefit of an Alternative Investments designation. When people ask me about CAIA, I tend to naturally gravitate towards comparing it to the CFA designation. Of course, it makes sense, as everyone in our field knows what it is. And that is exactly what Dr. Lacey did during our interview. If you are thinking about studying for the CAIA exams or are already a candidate, I really believe this conversation will help you. We cover topics such as the growth in the interest in alternative investments in emerging markets, especially in India and China, we discuss some misconceptions that people have about investing in alternatives, how the CAIA curriculum and exam questions are written, and much more. And now, the show notes: [03:00] How Dr. Lacey’s background and how he got involved with the CAIA Association [10:00] Comparison between the CFA and CAIA designations [11:00] The process of putting together exam questions [12:10] How to study for CAIA [13:15] How the CAIA Association comes up with a “passing grade” for each of their exams [17:15] The difference in the pool of candidates for CAIA vs. CFA [21:30] The growth in awareness of financial designations as a function of the development in domestic financial markets. [24:00] What are the main reasons why candidates decide to study for the CAIA designation [28:00] Dr. Lacey discusses the examination fees for the CAIA exams [31:30] A discussion of the CAIA University partnership and scholarship programs. [34:30] A discussion of the “Warren Buffett Bet” [40:10] A discussion of a common misconceptions about what alternative investments are supposed to do for a portfolio. As always, if you like what you hear, make sure to sign up to our newsletter and share the podcast with anyone you think might benefit from the information. And, if you want to be really cool, please leave us a 5-Star review on iTunes. The next episode will come out on February 23rd, in which we interview Steven Gerbel, a Merger Arbitrage Hedge Fund Manager and founder and president of Chicago Capital Management, LP. Disclaimer: Information contained in this podcast constitutes the opinions of individuals and should not be treated as: Investment, Tax, Financial, or Legal advice. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of any statements made in this podcast. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only and it does not contain an offer to sell or buy any sort of financial products and should not be treated as advertisement for such. Any copying, distribution or reproduction of this podcast without the prior permission of the creators of this podcast is strictly prohibited.
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Andrei Shleifer | Crisis of Beliefs: A New Model of Investor Psychology
Subscribe to Hidden Forces here: http://www.hiddenforces.io In Episode 70 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with Andrei Shleifer, professor of economics at Harvard University. Dr. Shleifer is the most cited economist in the world according to RePEc’s database. Throughout the course of his career, Andrei Shleifer has worked in the areas of comparative corporate governance, law & finance, behavioral finance, as well as institutional economics. He has published seven books, including, A Crisis of Beliefs: Investor Psychology and Financial Fragility with his co-author Nicola Gennaioli. Demetri’s conversation with Andrei centers on the subject of beliefs: how they impact markets and how economists and financial practitioners are attempting to model them using data about people’s expectations, assumptions, and attitudes in order to make better-informed investment and policy decisions. The first half of the episode is devoted to exploring the mechanics of the 2007-2008 credit crisis, and the role played by structured products and derivatives, off-balance sheet vehicles, money market funds, GSE’s, and a policy of ultra-low interest rates that fueled over-confidence in the power of regulators and in the sustainability of the status quo. In the second half, Dr. Shleifer provides us with a more formal approach to thinking about Hyman Minsky’s instability hypothesis and how market participants can draw radically different conclusions about that same data when their beliefs about the world change dramatically. Given the destabilizing forces of populist politics, trade tensions, and changing geopolitical fault lines, the ability to draw valuable insights from data about expectations and beliefs is invaluable for any investor or policymaker looking to gain a sense of market sentiment: where it stands and where it might be going. Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/hiddenforcespod
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Family Office Investment Summit: 2015 - The redirection back into emerging markets.
LIVE INTERVIEW: The redirection back to emerging markets with spotlight on- • Infrastructure in India • Media in China • Telecommunication in Mexico • Real estate in Africa The moderator will be interviewing family offices that prioritise investments in these four region and the respective asset classes. The families will talk about their experiences in regards to: o Attracting deals in this region o Identifying a trustworthy local partner o The obstacles to investing in the region o Looking at China’s impact on the region and other correlations between regions
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Alternative Investments
The world of alternative investments is becoming increasingly complex, stratified and varied as investors seek protection against market swings. What are the emerging alternatives for hard-to-value assets? Will there be a continued exit from private equity toward index products, structured credit and commodities, which might have the advantage of greater liquidity? As demand rises for offbeat assets, will returns continue to decline? How long will quantitative easing fuel growth in REITs? Will shifts in the carry trade distort alternative investment markets and returns? Should diversification be based on the subsets of the asset class or the strategies of intermediaries that manage them in hedge funds, ETFs and index funds? This panel will explore the outlook for alternative investments in a prolonged low-interest-rate environment.
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A $1 trillion money manager says Japan is his favorite international investment
Business Insider deputy executive editor Matt Turner speaks to David Hunt, president and CEO of PGIM, who says that Japan is at the top of his firm's list in terms of international opportunities. He notes that there are large institutional investors there looking to put money into high-yielding assets elsewhere in the world. He calls it a "search for yield 2.0," which is something we haven't seen in quite some time from the Japanese. Following is a transcript of the video. Matt Turner: Going back a step, you mentioned Bank of Japan, or the Japanese market, and Europe. Outside of the US, where do you see opportunity? You mentioned India as well. David Hunt: There's no question we would certainly have Japan at the top of our list. We do believe that there are large institutional investors there who are looking very actively to put their money to work outside of Japan and to move into higher-yielding assets. I would've said that their search for yield 1.0 was to move into the US and to move to kind of investment grade corporates. We're now really seeing a search for yield 2.0, which has to do with high-yield, emerging markets, and structured products, which as you know, we hadn't seen for quite some time from the Japanese. So, I think we do believe that there is a lot more yet to run on the movement of money out of Japan. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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Focus on Investment Strategy: Corporate Bonds (IT)
With Zsolt Papp, Emerging Markets Fixed Income Product Specialist
How to start your own Quantitative Trading desk - Algorithmic Trading Workshop - QuantInsti
How to start your own Quantitative desk - Challenges, Opportunities and Potential. Introduction: With the financial markets in emerging markets rapidly evolving like developed markets; a disruptive change in the emerging markets’ landscape is foreseen, wherein exchange volumes to the tune of 70% and above will be generated by Algorithmic Trading. QuantInsti aims to fulfill the pressing demands for highly specialized skill sets of this lucrative domain. Key Takeaways: Key challenges in starting and managing your own trading business. Growth opportunities and trends in the quantitative trading industry. Know Your Trainer: Rajib Ranjan Borah - RAJIB is the co-Founder & Director of iRageCapital Advisory Pvt Ltd, & QuantInsti Quantitative Learning Pvt Ltd. At iRage, he heads the firm’s derivatives, particularly options trading strategies domain. At QI, Rajib heads the course segment on option derivatives; and also works with exchanges, financial & educational institutions to design educational programs. He has parcipated as well as conducted many trading workshops and conferences across North America, Europe and Asia. Prior to iRage, Rajib worked with leading HFT firm Optiver in Amsterdam; working on options derivatives market making, and high frequency equity arbitrage strategies across all major European and US exchanges. A national Olympiad finalist, Rajib has twice represented India at the World Puzzle Championships. He has a post-graduate management degree from IIM- Calcutta, a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from NIT-Surathkal. Gaurav Raizada - Gaurav is a Director at iRageCapital Advisory Private Ltd., leads the firm's advisory practice in India on the Systems, Performance and Strategies. He has consulted extensively with core focus on strategy development and execution including trading systems development, latency reduction, optimization and transaction cost analysis. An area of specific focus for Gaurav has been working with clients in high frequency trading-proprietary desk, brokerages, and banks. His current areas of research are High Frequency Econometrics, Structured Products and Transaction Cost Analysis. Prior to iRageCapital, Gaurav worked with Axis Bank as a Forex-Interest Rates Derivatives Trader. He also worked as a Performance Engineer at Veritas Software, where he picked up the feel for Optimization. Gaurav has a post graduate degree in management from Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow and a B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. Website: www.quantinsti.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/quantinsti Twitter: http://twitter.com/quantinsti QuantInsti is a pioneer training institute to learn algorithmic trading - http://www.quantinsti.com/ Know more about QuantInsti's Algorithmic Trading Course - http://www.quantinsti.com/epat/
Nerve pitch Techcrunch
We are NERVE Mission: To bridge the digital divide especially in emerging markets via innovative & sustainable platforms that make information available thus giving people the power to improve their lives. Vision: The be the foremost destination for structured digital information in emerging markets. Product Description: We've pivoted from our device-first hardware product to better achieve our vision & mission. We have thus majored on & developed “A unified digital content distribution system for Africa” called NERVEFLO. Nerveflo is pretty much like "like iTunes or Amazon Digital", however, its an API driven Platform on which is built a cross platform market place for digital content with a focus on academic, religious & literary content from Africa. - Value proposition: To assist content publishers creators gain extensive distribution & monetization of their content with minimal risk of piracy. We also assist content consumers to find and consume desirable content irrespective of bandwidth/literacy challenges. - Unique Selling Point: ~API driven download platform that is optimized for low bandwidth environments ~Robust analytics that finally offers data on digital content consumers of African content ~ Nerveflo goes beyond music, we distribute books, movies, audiobooks etc ~ Unique voucher payment system that is mobile-money ready towards African-wide expansion. ~ Boutique Nerve phone that instigates consumer multi-platform Nerveflo adoption
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Best Practices: Structured Product Labeling & ACA 6004 - DCL Learning Series
Whether you are new to Structured Product Labeling or an old hand, this session will help you avoid some common pitfalls that can slow your process, compliance, and time to market. Join Data Conversion Laboratory's Howard Shatz as he guides you through some of the common problem areas with Establishment Registration, NDC Labeler Code Request, Label Conversion, and Gateway Submission. In this informative session Howard will cover some of the SPL gotchas such as Active Moiety, Label Image Sizing and Legibility, and DUNS Numbers. Howard will also speak to some of the emerging trends in SPL, keeping you informed as to what's coming in the future. As a separate discussion point we will cover aspects of the Draft Guidance the FDA recently released on the compliance policy for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's (ACA) Prescription Drug Sample Transparency Program (ACA 6004). The Program mandates that starting April 1, 2012, and annually thereafter, manufacturers and distributors of prescription drugs must track and report certain information regarding the distribution of drug samples to licensed practitioners, hospital pharmacies, or other healthcare entities. FDA has extended the deadline for 2011 reporting until October 1, 2012. DCL is working with clients in preparing and submitting this required information and we will discuss best practices around maintaining and submitting in order to meet the compliance deadline. Don't wait to deal with this important regulatory issue...DCL can help today!
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IPD - Exporting to Europe: Peruvian company Kumara Food is supported by the IPD
To export successfully to the European market, the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) supports the Peruvian company Kumara Food. Kumara Food offers a wide range of products like maca, quinoa, camu camu, lucuma – conventional and in organic quality. Kumara Food takes part in the export promotion programme of IPD. The IPD is the initiative for import promotion in Germany. It connects small and medium-sized exporters from developing countries and emerging markets with German and European importers. The IPD's goal is sustainable and well-structured import promotion of specific products from selected partner countries − under compliance with high quality, social and environmental standards. For this, the IPD supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their entry to the European market and increases their export potential. IPD provides neutral, expert and cost-effective advice to enable SMEs to establish the know-how and contacts they need to sell to the European market successfully and sustainably.
Howard Pack: Global Perspectives - Emerging Markets
Wharton Professor Howard Pack lectures on the twin threats of nationalization and protectionism following the economic crisis and their adverse effects on global worker productivity and US diplomacy in this segment of his lecture for Wharton's new course, The Economic & Financial Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Options.
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What is CREDIT-LINKED NOTE? What does CREDIT-LINKED NOTE mean? CREDIT-LINKED NOTE meaning - CREDIT-LINKED NOTE definition - CREDIT-LINKED NOTE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A credit linked note (CLN) is a form of funded credit derivative. It is structured as a security with an embedded credit default swap allowing the issuer to transfer a specific credit risk to credit investors. The issuer is not obligated to repay the debt if a specified event occurs. This eliminates a third-party insurance provider. It is a structured note issued by a special purpose company or trust, designed to offer investors par value at maturity unless the referenced entity defaults. In the case of default, the investors receive a recovery rate. The trust will also have entered into a default swap with a dealer. In case of default, the trust will pay the dealer par minus the recovery rate, in exchange for an annual fee which is passed on to the investors in the form of a higher yield on their note. The purpose of the arrangement is to pass the risk of specific default onto investors willing to bear that risk in return for the higher yield it makes available. The CLNs themselves are typically backed by very highly rated collateral, such as U.S. Treasury securities. The Italian dairy products giant, Parmalat, notoriously dressed up its books by creating a credit-linked note for itself, betting on its own credit worthiness. In Hong Kong and Singapore, credit-linked notes have been marketed as "minibonds" and sold to individual investors. After Lehman Brothers, the major issuer of minibond in Hong Kong and Singapore, filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, many retail investors of minibonds claim that banks and brokers mis-sold minibonds as low-risk products. Many banks accepted minibonds as collateral for loans and credit facilities. A bank lends money to a company, XYZ, and at the time of loan issues credit-linked notes bought by investors. The interest rate on the notes is determined by the credit risk of the company XYZ. The funds the bank raises by issuing notes to investors are invested in bonds with low probability of default. If company XYZ is solvent, the bank is obligated to pay the notes in full. If company XYZ goes bankrupt, the note-holders/investors become the creditor of the company XYZ and receive the company XYZ loan. The bank in turn gets compensated by the returns on less-risky bond investments funded by issuing credit linked notes. The emerging market credit linked note, also sometimes called a “clean,” are traded by buy side clients to gain access to local debt markets for several reasons. First is that a direct investment in the sovereign debt may not be legal due to domicile restrictions of the country. One instance would be the local government requiring the purchaser of debt to have a business office in the country. Another instance would be tax restrictions or tariffs in countries with NDF currencies. A fund in USD would have difficulty repatriating the currency if local restrictions or taxes made it undesirable. When this occurs, the sell side global bank purchases the debt and structures it into a derivative note then issued to the client or clients. The client then owns the issued security which derives its total return from the underlying instrument. A CDS, credit default swap, is embedded in the instrument. It can be thought of as a fully funded total return swap where the underlying asset total return is exchanged for a funding fee as well as the cost of the issued CLN. From a market risk perspective owning a CLN is almost identical to owning the local debt. However downstream, in the back office, difficulties can arise from failure to appropriately control the risks associated from the lack of data and compatibility of accounting platforms. The issue stems from the bespoke nature of the CLN in that it is priced in USD but the underlying asset is denominated in another currency. Secondly, the sell side may price the CLN based on the issued asset in USD. This in turn does not appropriately reflect the Yield to Maturity of the underlying asset as it approaches par value at maturity. Thirdly, the underlying asset may be inflation linked, or have periodic paydowns that compound the first and third issues mentioned before.
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Excel Funds (TSX:EGI.UN) opens Toronto Stock Exchange, July 2, 2015
Adrian Herschell, Director, Excel Funds Management Inc. joined Amelia Nedovich, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds and Structured Products, TMX Group to open the market to launch Excel India Growth & Income Fund (EGI.UN). Excel Funds Management Inc. and Excel Investment Counsel Inc., the fund’s portfolio manager, are part of the Excel Funds group, which manages 13 other investment funds focused on the emerging markets. As of May 31, 2015, Excel Funds has three closed-end funds listed on Toronto Stock Exchange with a market value of $105 million. Excel India Growth & Income fund commenced trading on Toronto Stock Exchange on May 26, 2015. For more information please visit www.excelfunds.com.
Views: 315 TMX Group
GGC 2013 - Emerging Markets : New driver for global growth - Part 1
Emerging Markets : New driver for global growth 4th Session of the Global Growth Conference 2013 organized by the Amadeus Institute in Rabat, Morocco. Taken place Saturday March 23rd 2013 with : Stefan WAGSTYL Rédacteur en Chef du Service Marchés Emergents, Financial Times Arnaud LIGUER-LAUBHOUET Directeur-adjoint, Banque privée Edmond de Rothschild Lionel ZINSOU Chairman, PAI Partners, Conseiller du Président Béninois Yayi Boni Anas GUENNOUN Principal, Abraaj Capital Faissal KHDIRI Vice-Président MasterCard Faiçal KHDIRI, General Director, MasterCard Maghreb et Afrique Francophone
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Mitul Kotecha of Credit Agricole gives his end-2014 target for the yuan, and explains h...
MITUL KOTECHA OF CREDIT AGRICOLE GIVES HIS END-2014 TARGET FOR THE YUAN, AND EXPLAINS HOW THE CURRENCY'S MOVEMENTS HAVE AN EFFECT ON OTHER EMERGING MARKETS CURRENCIES. SHOWS: HONG KONG, CHINA (FEBURARY 26, 2014) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) MITUL KOTECHA, HEAD OF GLOBAL MARKETS RESEARCH FOR ASIA AND GLOBAL HEAD OF FX STRATEGY, CREDIT AGRICOLE 1. (QUESTION GRAPHIC) "What are your thoughts on the yuan's dramatic falls over the last few days?" 2. MITUL KOTECHA SAYING: "Well, there are a number of factors here. Firstly, Chinese authorities were most likely being concerned about the rapid inflow of capital that was coming into the yuan and really playing for further appreciation of the currency. And actually, what we saw at the beginning of the year was a lot of structured products for instance being put on, playing for appreciation of the CNY through the CNH. At the same time, China, I guess there are concerns about economic growth domestically. I think there are concerns that the pace of appreciation might have seemed to be too rapid. And you know what China wants to instill here is two-way risk, they want it to be a two-way market, they don't want to be seen as a one-way currency here. And secondly, more volatility. There needs to be some volatility in the currency from a point of the view that it becomes more tradable and a two-way risk currency. And partly, as well, it could be a precursor to a band widening. And this, in a sense, if you have a band widening you do anyway want to have a bit of two-way risk because otherwise the currency would just go to the stronger end of the band." 3. (QUESTION GRAPHIC) "With the yuan trading band widening, how will that impact emerging markets as a whole?" 4. MITUL KOTECHA SAYING: "I don't think the band widening itself will. In fact, this has been anticipated for a long time, the question has always been timing and perhaps they are surprised they haven't done it until now. So it could happen very soon. Perhaps the bigger concern for emerging markets is whether this depreciation of the yuan, of the RMB, really perhaps reflects some greater worries about the Chinese economy that we don't really know...
Views: 162 Market Screener
Diversity, Innovation, Business Dev & Emerging Markets
Google Tech Talk September 18, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Jorge Zavala. A walk through the life of Jorge Zavala as an engineer, serial entrepreneur and business developer, and the challenges he faced doing business in Latin America to the creation of global companies in Silicon Valley. Jorge will share his experiences opening the first TechBA office: a Mexican program to help startups to jumpstart in a highly innovated and competitive environment. He will also explain about various opportunities to help and advise foreign companies. So far, TechBA has introduced more than 450 companies to new markets in the USA, Canada and Europe. Jorge Zavala is the CEO of TechBA, The Mexico-Silicon Valley Technology Business Accelerator. Jorge has been very active in promoting entrepreneurship, venture capital and business development strategies in Mexico as a tool to position emerging companies in global markets. He is a member of the Mexican Diaspora with an active participation in Brain Circulation forums related to best practices for learning and knowledge sharing. He holds an Engineering degree from La Salle University and a Masters in Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. About Perspectivas Speaker Series: Perspectivas is a speaker series aimed to empower and inspire individuals by providing 'mentoring at scale'. Latino scientists and professionals share their perspectives on careers, work-life balance, and how they've achieved personal success. More videos on this series: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=278FED82770E323B
Views: 11968 GoogleTechTalks
Emerging Markets in Asia-Pacific - Telecom Markets, TV Market Report at RnR Market Research
View Complete Report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/emerging-markets-in-asia-pacific-what-outlook-for-satellite-market-report.html . This report looks at the TV and telecommunications markets in the main emerging countries in Asia-Pacific. It provides readers with answers to questions such as: How are Asian markets structured? How are telecom markets evolving? How are TV markets evolving? What are the core trends in these markets? What strategies are satellite operators deploying in the region? The final section of the report contains forecasts for the APAC region’s broadband satellite and satellite TV markets up to 2018. Report contents 1. Main telecom market trends 1.1. Satellite being used in schemes to reduce the digital divide 1.2. Fast-growing international and regional connectivity 1.3. Satellite operators adopting different strategies 2. Key TV market trends 2.1. Development of high-definition TV HDTV 2.2. Development of IPTV 2.3. The OTT video boom 2.4. Considerable potential for satellite TV 3. Satellite’s regional opportunities 3.1. Broadband satellite market forecasts 3.2. Satellite TV market forecasts Purchase a Copy of this Report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=252007 . Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 2. Methodology & definitions 2.1. IDATE 's general methodology 2.2. Methodology specific to this report 3. The region 's fixed broadband market 3.1. A fast-growing market 3.2. Selective broadband coverage 3.3. Asia still the world 's biggest FTTH/B base 3.4. Fixed broadband products still expensive 4. The region 's mobile telecoms market 4.1. Market status 4.2. LTE rollouts progressing quickly 4.3. Coverage still low in less developed countries 4.4. Mobile product pricing 4.4.1. Mobile products 4.4.2. LTE plans View Complete Report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/emerging-markets-in-asia-pacific-what-outlook-for-satellite-market-report.html . 5. The TV market 5.1. Market status 5.1.1. Asia-Pacific: biggest number of viewers in the world 5.1.2. TV access in Asia-Pacific 5.1.3. Television revenue in Asia-Pacific 5.2. Digital TV in Asia-Pacific 5.2.1. Digital TV access in Asia-Pacific 5.2.2. DTT rollouts 5.2.3. Pay-TV market development 5.3. Is satellite TV developing? 6. Major trends 6.1. Main telecommunications market trends 6.1.1. Launch of national satellites 6.1.2. Satellite being used by government programmes to reduce the digital divide 6.1.3. A very competitive satellite market 6.1.4. Fast growing demand for international and regional connectivity 6.1.5. Strong increase in CAPEX 6.1.6. Different regulatory practices 6.1.7. Multi-criteria tiering to minimise churn 6.2. Core TV market trends 6.2.1. HDTV development 6.2.2. Development of IPTV 6.2.3. The OTT video boom 6.2.4. Considerable potential for satellite TV 7. Regional opportunities for satellite 7.1. In the broadband market 7.1.1. Action plans to reduce the digital divide will be major growth booster 7.1.2. Market forecasts up to 2018 7.2. In the TV market Inquire Before Buying This Report @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/inquire-before-buying?rname=252007 .
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IPD - Exporting to Europe: Abada Trade from Kyrgyzstan is supported by the IPD
To export successfully to the European market, the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) supports Abada Trade, one of the largest suppliers of kidney beans in Kyrgyzstan. The IPD is the initiative for import promotion in Germany. It connects small and medium-sized exporters from developing countries and emerging markets with German and European importers. The IPD's goal is sustainable and well-structured import promotion of specific products from selected partner countries − under compliance with high quality, social and environmental standards. For this, the IPD supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their entry to the European market and increases their export potential. IPD provides neutral, expert and cost-effective advice to enable SMEs to establish the know-how and contacts they need to sell to the European market successfully and sustainably.
Momentum Growth Enhancer - CNBC Africa
Steven Schultz, Head of Momentum Investments and Savings at Momentum provides insight into the latest structured product from Momentum, the Momentum Growth Enhancer.
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IPD - Exporting to Europe: Tunisian company is supported by the IPD
To export successfully to the European market, the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) supports the Tunisian company Green Fruits. Green Fruits markets organic-certified dates and takes part in the export promotion programme of IPD. The IPD is the initiative for import promotion in Germany. It connects small and medium-sized exporters from developing countries and emerging markets with German and European importers. The IPD's goal is sustainable and well-structured import promotion of specific products from selected partner countries − under compliance with high quality, social and environmental standards. For this, the IPD supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their entry to the European market and increases their export potential. IPD provides neutral, expert and cost-effective advice to enable SMEs to establish the know-how and contacts they need to sell to the European market successfully and sustainably.
The Frugalizor technique
The Frugalizor is a technique to generate creative ideas, based on the mechanisms of frugal innovation. It is the first of five techniques that all make part of The Constraint Suite, a structured method to turn constraints into creative ideas and solutions. They are the core of the book 'When te Box is the Limit'
Views: 95 Walter Vandervelde
IPD - Exporting to Europe: Ethiopian company Edao International Trading is supported by the IPD
To export successfully to the European market, the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) supports the Ethiopian company Edao International Trading. Edao specializes in exporting agricultural products of Ethiopian origin and takes part in the export promotion programme of IPD. The IPD is the initiative for import promotion in Germany. It connects small and medium-sized exporters from developing countries and emerging markets with German and European importers. The IPD's goal is sustainable and well-structured import promotion of specific products from selected partner countries − under compliance with high quality, social and environmental standards. For this, the IPD supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their entry to the European market and increases their export potential. IPD provides neutral, expert and cost-effective advice to enable SMEs to establish the know-how and contacts they need to sell to the European market successfully and sustainably.
PGIM Fixed Income | The Global Imperative
Meeting today’s fixed income challenges demands global integration. As a widely regarded, active fixed income manager, PGIM Fixed Income brings scale, stability, and broad capabilities to the global search for alpha. With offices in Newark, NJ, London, Tokyo, and Singapore, we navigate the world’s fixed income markets with a culture of collaboration and deep experience through all market cycles. Our disciplined investment process has portfolio managers and credit analysts working side by side to evaluate relative value in the pursuit of consistently strong, risk-adjusted returns. Get our perspective at: http:/www.pgimfixedincome.com
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Excel Funds Management Inc. (ELA:UN:TSX) opens Toronto Stock Exchange, July 20, 2012.
Bhim D. Asdhir, President & CEO, Excel Funds Management Inc., joined Amelia Nedovich, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds and Structured Products, TMX Group to open the market to launch Excel Latin America Bond Fund (ELA.UN). Excel Funds is a Canadian company that specializes in Emerging Market investment opportunities. The Excel Latin America Fund provides Canadians access to Banco Itaú, the largest financial institution in Latin America. For more information, please visit www.excelfunds.com/
Views: 684 TMX Group
HKEX is a pioneer in global market connectivity
HKEX’s new corporate video focuses on the company’s innovative Mutual Market connectivity model, products across multiple asset classes, and aspirations for the future.
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Investing in securitized fixed income | Columbia Threadneedle
What are securitized fixed income products? In this video, senior portfolio manager Jason Callan explains what makes securitized products such as mortgage-backed securities attractive. Because traditional benchmarks don’t include the whole securitize fixed income universe, active management in this space is key to reaching the most attractive investment opportunities. To read our latest investment insights, click here: https://www.columbiathreadneedleus.com/blog For more videos from Columbia Threadneedle Investments: https://www.youtube.com/ctinvest_us To learn more about Columbia Threadneedle Investments, click here: http://www.columbiathreadneedle.com
Power of Purpose: The Original Business | Reza Dari | TEDxYouth@ASD
Even with different opinions and values, everyone seems to have one common goal: making a mark in today’s world. Building on this idea, Reza seeks to explain the strength and need of purpose that he has found through his work, experiences, and time throughout his career by honing in on the idea of “I am.” Reza Dari is a seasoned investment banking executive with over 15 years of experience in alternative investments, structured products, private equity, strategic planning, and business development. As a former executive of High Dominion Capital, he has advised family offices and institutional clients globally on risk management, portfolio allocation and re-allocation strategies, asset consolidation, and private equity transactions. During the course of his professional career he has also advised various US and international oil and gas companies on alternative finance, corporate finance, M&A transactions and business development strategies. Reza is a contributing author and frequent commentator on general market trends and emerging business models, investment strategies, and financial solutions. Under his leadership, Global Investment Bank has acquired various industry recognition awards for excellence, thought leadership and innovation. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 2261 TEDx Talks
Structured Payables !!
@ Members ~ This video would let you know about least Trade Finance Instrument which is Structured Payables. Video is using an example to explain how Structured Payables work while having Trade Finance. Video would also guide you as what would be the impact of the Structured Payables on the Books like P&L , Balance Sheet , Cash Flow and Segment Reporting. You are most welcome to connect with us at 91-9899242978 (Handheld) , Skype ~ Rahul5327 , Twitter @ Rahulmagan8 , [email protected] , [email protected] or visit our website - www.treasuryconsulting.in
Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank- leading player in the markets for government and corporate bonds, structured credit instruments, derivatives, as well as in emerging and commodity markets. Deutsche Bank is also a leading provider of debt financing in the capital markets and risk management solutions to corporations, financial institutions and government agencies.
Derivatives collateral management - Euroclear Collateral Conference 2017
As uncleared derivatives move toward required segregation of initial margin, the opportunity to more closely align the management of the margin process between the uncleared and cleared derivatives worlds is more prevalent than ever. Hear from a team of panelists who discuss the opportunities which exist across all derivatives users, to achieve a higher level of efficiency from some of the solutions which are emerging in the market. Panelists include representatives from the sell side, buy side, collateral administrator, CCP and vendor community.
Views: 467 Euroclear Group
The 3 P's of Revenue Growth: People, Process, Product
On today’s episode of the SBI Sales and Marketing Video Podcast, we delve into the most important aspects of promoting revenue growth. Visit http://bit.ly/6stepgrowth to follow along at home. 02:37 90 days to increase sales - what steps to take 03:30 Evaluating your sales team for effectiveness 07:32 Developing a buyer-led sales process 09:26 Investigating your customers’ buying process to increase sales 10:33 Marrying your product strategy to your sales training 14:05 Continue to increase revenue in year two of your transformation 20:43 Strong leadership is vital to increasing revenue growth 27:31 An action plan to revitalize your sales process 31:44 Why getting a few sales wins immediately is important 34:23 Mistakes to avoid at all costs SBI Sales and Marketing Video Podcast Episode Summary: On today’s episode, Greg Alexander, CEO of SBI and host of the show, sits down with Joe Vitalone, the executive vice-president and president of Mitel Networks, to discuss his methods for promoting new revenue growth in a flagging sales team. We begin with the steps to evaluate your sales team for sales effectiveness, which should take place in the first 90 days. Evaluating the sales team can reveal the biggest strengths or weaknesses of the sales process. Next, we evaluate the buyer as an aspect of the product strategy. In order to increase revenue growth, it is important to discover how, when and why your buyer buys, and shift your product strategy off the seller and to the buyer. A vital part of this process includes integrating new processes with your trainings, in order to properly equip your team to sell. Finally, we examine how to move into year two of your transformation and to continue to increase revenue by building upon your achievements from the first year. We also examine the most important steps to remember when developing a plan to increase revenue growth, and pitfalls to avoid. Ready to Make Your Number? If you want a copy of the workbook mentioned in this video, go to SalesBenchmarkIndex.com/2016 report to see the details of our six step revenue growth method, which covers market research, corporate strategy, product strategy, marketing strategy, sales strategy and talent strategy. If you want to have one of SBI’s seasoned sales and marketing consultants help you implement our revenue growth strategy in your organization, let us know at https://salesbenchmarkindex.com/contact‐us/.
Views: 28413 SBI TV
Kept | Sci-Fi Short Film | Omeleto
Scientists discover a way to record dreams. But people with ulterior motives exploit those with the most powerful dreams. ➤ SUBSCRIBE: http://sub2.omele.to Kept is used with permission from Jaime Gonzalez and Imaginaria Cine. Learn more at http://omele.to/2Rzfj5K and http://omele.to/2ChI2lZ. Scientists now have the ability to record dreams, and the technology has trickled down into the realm of the street, where a small, possibly black, market has opened up for the most vivid, striking imaginings. Matias in particular has access to a little girl who has emerged as a commodity for her dream abilities. But he may be trouble, as Vicente, a man associated with a law firm, comes to interrogate him about whether any laws or conventions have been violated in her recordings. But as everyone's real motives are revealed, the true stakes also emerge, putting the young girl in a uniquely terrifying peril. Writer-director Jaime Gonzalez's short sci-fi thriller on the surface explores a long-running preoccupation in the genre: the ability to record consciousness. In this case, it's the fascinating idea that the unconscious can be watched and recorded. In this short, this creates a market for artistic experiences and stories that bear little "interference" from a conscious creator or artist, and art is less about the conscious cultivating of talent and more about discovering "buried treasure." The script and story explores this idea in a philosophical way, rather than through any fantastical CGI sequences or big action scenes. The story -- brought to life with dynamic, moody camerawork and engaging performances -- is essentially structured about the interrogation scene. As Vicente struggles to understand why this little girl is so special, and why anyone wants to experience another person's dreams in the first place, the audience learns and thinks right along with him. The dialogue certainly dances through interesting, provocative ideas about this new technology, but the narrative is less about the premise at hand, and more about how new technology often opens up the darker impulses in people, particularly those who want to exploit an emerging market or product. The true darkness here is not the nightmares that people like to consume for popular entertainment, but the greed within humankind, which exploits the weak and vulnerable and reduces them to a commodity. "Kept" is a remarkably tense watch, especially considering that it's essentially an interrogation scene, a scene of chess where only one person really knows the game being played. Instead of leaning on big action, the drama and surprise lies in the unveiling of motives and revelation of agendas -- and the tragedy is how there is always human collateral, no matter what era or age we find ourselves in. OMELETO ON SOCIAL ➤ Instagram: http://instagram.com/omeletocom ➤ Twitter: http://twitter.com/omeletocom ➤ Facebook: http://facebook.com/omeletocom ➤ Reddit: http://reddit.com/r/omeleto ABOUT OMELETO Your favorite short films you haven't seen yet. We showcase Sundance-selected directors to young, talented newcomers. Subscribe for more: http://sub2.omele.to Kept | Sci-Fi Short Film | Omeleto http://youtu.be/VBCCG-919xo http://omeleto.com/248092/ Omeleto http://www.youtube.com/c/Omeleto http://omeleto.com 🎬 Got a film? Submit it to us for consideration at http://omeleto.com/submit/
Views: 7145 Omeleto
IPD - Exporting to Europe: The Egyptian company Verde is supported by the IPD
To export successfully to the European market, the Import Promotion Desk (IPD) supports the Egyptian company Verde. Verde is a leading company in Egypt, specialized in planting, harvesting, porcessing, freezing, packing and exporting a wide range of feshly harvested fruits and vegetables. The company takes part in the export promotion programme of IPD. The IPD is the initiative for import promotion in Germany. It connects small and medium-sized exporters from developing countries and emerging markets with German and European importers. The IPD's goal is sustainable and well-structured import promotion of specific products from selected partner countries − under compliance with high quality, social and environmental standards. For this, the IPD supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in their entry to the European market and increases their export potential. IPD provides neutral, expert and cost-effective advice to enable SMEs to establish the know-how and contacts they need to sell to the European market successfully and sustainably.
Invesco Canada opens Toronto Stock Exchange, Sept 11, 2014
Michael Cooke, Head of Distribution, PowerShares Canada, joined Amelia Nedovich, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) and Structured Products, TMX Group, to open the market to launch PowerShares S&P International Developed Low Volatility Index ETF (ILV) and Powershares S&P Emerging Markets Low Volatility Index ETF (ELV). Invesco Canada Ltd., operates three distinct product brands, Trimark, Invesco and Poweshares with a singular focus on investment management, offering a diversified suite of solutions to institutions, organizations, companies and individual investors globally. Powershares currently has 18 ETFs listed on Toronto Stock Exchange with a market value of $1.9 billion. For more information, please visit www.invesco.ca
Views: 519 TMX Group
Gijsels Expects Stimulus Withdrawal to Weigh on Stocks
Dec. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Philippe Gijsels, a senior structured product strategist at Fortis Global Markets, talks with Bloomberg's Mark Barton about the outlook for equities, government bonds and the dollar in 2010.
Views: 55 Bloomberg
Excel Funds Management Inc. (ELB.UN:TSX) opens Toronto Stock Exchange, June 25, 2013.
David Kunselman, Senior Portfolio Manager, Excel Funds joined Amelia Nedovich, Head, Business Development, Exchange Traded Funds and Structured Products, TMX Group to open the market to launch Excel Latin America Bond Fund II (ELB.UN). Excel Funds Management Inc. and Excel Investment Counsel Inc., the Fund's portfolio manager, are part of the Excel Funds group, which manages 12 other investment funds focused on the emerging markets. Excel Funds currently has two funds listed on Toronto Stock Exchange; Excel Latin America Bond Fund I (ELA.UN) and Excel Latin America Bond Fund II which commenced trading on May 17, 2013. For more information, please visit www.excelfunds.com/
Views: 327 TMX Group
François Trahan: Still Bullish
A rare interview with Cornerstone Macro’s Investment Strategist, Francois Trahan, who has once again been named the number one ranked strategist on Wall Street by Institutional Investor magazine, as he has been for eight of the last ten years. Trahan has been a stock market bull since the fall of 2011, Still Bullish when the recovery and the markets looked very dicey. Since then he has stuck to his guns and the market has proven him right. What’s his view now? Despite faltering growth in much of the world, rising geopolitical risks and the U.S. stock markets regularly flirting with record highs, he says the U.S. bull market still has several years to run. He’ll explain why. WEALTHTRACK #1116. Broadcast October 19, 2014
Views: 8388 WealthTrack

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