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Elisabeth outlines the wealth management landscape and the types of clients private banks and family offices cater to. She focuses on why wealth management is still limited to a small proportion of society and how this can be changed in the coming years with the advent of new wealth management technologies.
Elisabeth Dana • 07:24
In this video, Amit explores the impact of the physical damage of climate change on the macroeconomic economy and stresses the importance of being aware and intervening with the correct policy response or the impact of climate change will spread and intensify.
Amit Kara • 12:30
Valuations are undertaken to determine how much an asset or a company is worth either today or in the future. Jo explains how to approach these valuations and the key metrics typically used to assess a company’s value.
Josephine Tan • 10:33
There are three types of trading strategies that use combinations of options. These are volatility strategies, spreads and ratios, and hedging structures. Join Imran as he dives deeper into each strategy and their various applications.
Imran Lakha • 07:06
In her previous video on <span style="font-weight: 400;">Global Insurance Regulation Sukhy briefly touched upon capital requirements for insurers under Solvency 2, namely the Minimum Capital Requirement and Solvency Capital Requirement. In this video Sukhy explains these ratios in detail along with how they are calculated and applied to the insurance industry. </span>
Sukhy Kaur • 09:54
In the first part of this two-part video series on “Banks and the Green Economy”, Simon gives us an overview and some examples of how banks can – and are – supporting the transition to a green economy.
Simon Thompson • 11:59
<span style="font-weight: 400;">The collapse of Lehman Brothers stands today as the largest bankruptcy in American history. In this video January highlights the reason behind the collapse of Lehman Brothers and where did it go so wrong.</span>
January Carmalt • 10:11
The intention of this series of 4 videos on “Culture Change in Practice” by Roger Noon is to present some different perspectives of organisational culture. The series is aimed at anybody involved in culture change – but in particular senior leaders – those who want to lead healthy cultures and those who are accountable for doing so.
Roger Noon • 12:30
Central Banks could issue Digital Currencies with a time limit. Let’s call them Time Limited Central Bank Digital Currencies (“TL-CBDCs”). Just like those banknotes falling from the helicopter, TL-CBDCs would be backed by the national central bank, and accepted as payment everywhere.
4th January 2021 • Robert Ellison
At its essence, a research analyst’s job is to cut through the volatility, rather than be swept along with the tide, and critically examine the underlying fundamentals of a given enterprise, economy or asset class.
4th January 2021 • January Carmalt
Let me start with a warning. Investment banks are supremely neuro-diverse environments, which makes final-stage interviews highly subjective.
18th November 2020 • Robert Ellison