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Front Office Roles in Asset Management (2/3): The Supporting Infrastructure

In the second video of this series, Thanos continues explaining the roles within the ‘front office’ who support the key decision makers, they are the "Economist ", "Portfolio Strategist", "Client Portfolio Manager (CPM)", "Product Specialist", "Head of Team" and "CIO (Chief Investment Officer)".
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Front office roles in Asset Management (3/3): A case study

In the first two videos of this series, Thanos provides an insight into the various types of roles and corresponding responsibilities within an asset management firm, and helps us to navigate our way in the sector. In the final video of this series, he provides a hypothetical example which should be resonating across many firms.
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Executing LIBOR Transition (2/2)

In the previous video, James began by covering derivative fallbacks and in this video he will cover loan fallbacks, bond fallbacks, governing law and currency.
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Conduct and Culture Reporting (1/2): The Way Ahead

In this video, Roger shares his insights into the thinking behind the new tools introduced by the regulators for culture assessment. He further explains how we should expect these tools to work, and perhaps most importantly how to ask better questions to help firms manage the changing shape of conduct reporting.
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Executing LIBOR Transition (1/2)

In this video James Eves outlines what will happen to existing instruments that reference a LIBOR, such as loans, bonds and derivatives. He highlights how issuance date is vital in determining what to do with a particular instrument. Finally, he outlines what a fallback is and its three components alongside ISDA recommendations.
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Classic Hedge Fund Trading Strategies (2/2)

Hedge fund strategies vary greatly from fund to fund, and for an investor, choosing the right fund is no less difficult a task than picking individual stocks. In the first video of this two-part series Trevor covered equity, macro and high-frequency trading strategies. In this video he continues explaining the remaining hedge fund strategies, i.e. "CTA", "Event-Driven Strategy", "Credit Strategy" and "Niche Strategy".
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ESG Debt: Second-Party Opinions

The rise of labelled  ESG debt issuance and investing in recent years has, unsurprisingly, been accompanied by a rapid increase in the number of industry providers offering products and services throughout the market’s value chain. The main purpose of this video by Keith is to provide a detailed explanation on "SPOs" - Second-Party Opinions.
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An Overview of MiFID

The main purpose of this video by Carl is to provide an overview of  “MiFID” – the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive which is the centrepiece of the EU's regulatory framework for securities markets designed to assist traders, investors, and other market participants in the financial sector.
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Classic Hedge Fund Trading Strategies (1/2)

In this video, Trevor gives a detailed explanation of various types of strategies employed by a hedge fund. He further takes us through the real-life examples of some of the more famous trades that have taken place over the years.
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Bond Names Around the World

Bonds are a serious business, but there is a lighter side to the market which can be seen in the names given to bonds issued in certain jurisdictions under certain conditions. In this video, Nigel runs us through different types of bonds that are named after food, animals, people and plants.
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