No terceiro e último episódio da série sobre Prevenção em Saúde, vamos falar sobre o caso da dona Joana, paciente que vem sendo acompanhada a algum tempo na UBS, 72 anos, não possui comorbidades prévias e deseja entender quais exames de check-up ela precisa fazer.
Seit Ende August läuft die Energiesparkampagne in der Schweiz. Eine Messung des Elektrizitätswerks des Kantons Zürich EKZ hat nun ergeben, dass der Stromverbrauch im Kanton Zürich tatsächlich zurückgegangen ist: Um 3 bis 4 Prozent bei Grosskunden und sogar um etwa 5 Prozent bei den Kleinkunden. Weitere Themen: * Parteien reagieren sehr unterschiedlich auf Missstände im Jugendasylzentrum Lilienberg in Affoltern a.A. * UBS plant in Zürich-Altstetten neues Hochhaus * ZSC Lions verlieren in Champions League gegen schwedischen Titelverteidiger Rögle
After the consumer intention survey UBS said that 44% of people intend to buy a home in the next 12 months. Despise the rate increases. Despite the lack of inventory. Even in this shifting marketing. This means that consumers are still feeling positive. Tune into episode 291 of Tom's Take to find out what this means for buyers and sellers who are thinking of making a move!
In this episode, we cover timely strategies when providing comprehensive planning advice to student-athletes, their parents and advisors regarding their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) Rights. Featured is Erik Seeney, Wealth Planning Strategist, UBS is joined by Melissa Lilly, Wealth Planning Strategist, UBS who will share their insights.
Candice and Felicity are joined for a chat with Ray David who's a Portfolio Manager and a member of the Portfolio Construction Committee within Schroders Australian Equities Team. Ray has been there since July 2012, and prior to Schroders, he worked in the top UBS Emerging Australian Companies team for several years and he was the number one rated small companies analyst in the Australian market. Pretty impressive! Sector responsibilities include media, technology services, software, and healthcare services. Coverage also extends to identifying opportunities in smaller cap to microcap companies, and unlisted investments. Ray joined Schroders in July 2012 from UBS in Sydney where he had held the position of Director and Analyst for Emerging Australian Companies focusing on general industrials, consumer discretionary, technology and services. Candice and Felicity loved this chat, as Ray is a fountain of knowledge across a wide variety of sectors. They quiz Ray on the current state of play in the markets and where he's investing at the moment in the portfolio he runs. Follow Talk Money To Me on Instagram, or send Candice and Felicity an email with all your thoughts here. Felicity Thomas and Candice Bourke are Senior Advisers at Shaw and Partners, and you can find out more here. *****In the spirit of reconciliation, Equity Mates Media and the hosts of Talk Money To Me acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today. *****Talk Money To Me is a product of Equity Mates Media. All information in this podcast is for education and entertainment purposes only. Equity Mates gives listeners access to information and educational content provided by a range of financial service professionals. It is not intended as a substitute for professional finance, legal or tax advice. The hosts of Talk Money To Me are not aware of your personal financial circumstances. Equity Mates Media does not operate under an Australian financial services licence and relies on the exemption available under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) in respect of any information or advice given.Before making any financial decisions you should read the Product Disclosure Statement and, if necessary, consult a licensed financial professional. Do not take financial advice from a podcast. For more information head to the disclaimer page on the Equity Mates website where you can find ASIC resources and find a registered financial professional near you. In the spirit of reconciliation, Equity Mates Media and the hosts of Talk Money To Me acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today. Talk Money To Me is part of the Acast Creator Network. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bussen für Schweizer Grossbanken in den USA: Die Credit Suisse und die UBS müssen je 200 Millionen Dollar Strafe zahlen. Die Busse ist nicht besonders hoch, kommt aber für die Credit Suisse zu einem ungünstigen Zeitpunkt. Beide Aktien fielen zunächst, erholten sich aber bei Börsenschluss. SMI: +0,9%
Revolucionado está el patio desde ayer cuando la SEC hizo pública la sanción de más de $1.1 billones a 16 compañías, entras las que se encuentran Goldman Sachs, UBS, Credit Suisse, Barclays o Nomura por las prácticas de sus empleados.
Introduction Marty Strong is a retired Navy SEAL officer and combat veteran. He is a novelist, a practicing CEO and Chief Strategy Officer, and the author of Be Nimble: How the Creative Navy SEAL Mindset Wins on the Battlefield and in Business, and a second book, Be Visionary: Strategic Leadership in the Age of Optimization, set for release in December 2022. Marty's spent a lifetime meeting challenges head on, succeeding in three professions, anticipating crisis, and leading through chaos. Background When he left the SEAL Teams after twenty years, Marty joined UBS as an investment professional (7 years) focused on high-net-worth individuals. Seventy-five percent of his clients were self-made entrepreneurs and half had no college education. Marty learned key entrepreneurial lessons about what business leadership and success looks like, and what attributes are shared by highly successful people. Marty left the financial services industry to build and lead rapidly scaling companies. This involved defining market value, working with M&A pros, and buying or selling business units or companies. It also involved organizational design and scaling strategies (IT tool and processes implementation, integrating software, hardware, and talent solutions) to meet demand or new external challenges to doing business. Marty is currently the CEO of four companies within an ESOP enterprise structure and serves on two corporate boards. He writes about his experiences and insights in his book Be Nimble: How the Creative Navy SEAL Mindset Wins on the Battlefield and in Business. The book was released January 1, 2022. The sequel, Be Visionary: Strategic Leadership in the Age of Optimization, is set for release December 2, 2022. Marty has been interviewed on national news shows hundreds of times and is comfortable as a guest on radio and Podcast media formats.
Joining us from the sandy beaches of Florida, Charlie Van Derven, the Founder of Social Advisors and LinkedIn Guru, walks us through his foresight of social media years and what it is for advisors and firms today. Charlie takes us through the challenges advisors face with content marketing, building your LinkedIn network and niche, and the importance of a simple message to a new connection right after it's made on LinkedIn. He also walks us through tools to help advisors overcome and stay committed despite the drawbacks of not seeing instant gratification and ROI from your first couple of posts. Guest Bio: Charlie Van Derven has coached and worked with financial professionals since 1998. Throughout his career, Charlie has worked with recognizable names such as Morgan Stanley, LPL Financial, Farmers Insurance, UBS and others, to assist in developing digital strategy. This successful work with major firms gives Charlie a unique glimpse into the interaction between corporations and their sales channel, resulting in successful marketing and business development campaigns. Charlie founded Social Advisors in 2013 after years of leadership roles with major marketing and business development firms in the industry. Social Advisors assists financial professionals in leveraging the best digital tools to engage and grow their networks, prospects and books of business. Today, Social Advisors offers clients an entire complement of professional support. Their product suite provides all the knowledge and tools necessary for financial professionals to scale their business development. As a father and husband, much of Charlie's time outside the office is dedicated to family. In his spare time, you'll find Charlie paddle boarding, golfing, RVing across the country or rehabbing his home in Florida.
Stocks are gearing up for another potentially rough trading day. Market Rebellion's Jon Najarian discusses where options action is taking shape. Plus, Federal Reserve officials are striking hawkish tones, with many calling for more rate hikes. UBS' Mark Haefele explains the outlook. And, is a global recession inevitable at this point? Horizon Investments' Scott Ladner weighs in.
Cliquez ici pour accéder gratuitement aux articles lus de Mediapart : https://m.audiomeans.fr/s/P-UmoTbNLs Sans Stéphanie Gibaud, il n'y aurait pas eu de scandale UBS. Alors que l'État a récupéré des milliards grâce à ses informations permettant de mettre fin à l'évasion fiscale de la banque suisse, le ministère des finances se refuse à l'indemniser. Le tribunal administratif lui a demandé de reconsidérer sa position. Bercy a fait appel. Un article de Martine Orange publié lundi 26 septembre 2022, lu par Christine Pâris.
Charlie Van Derven has coached and worked with financial professionals since 1998. Throughout his career, Charlie has worked with recognizable names such as Morgan Stanley, LPL Financial, Farmers Insurance, UBS and others, to assist in developing digital strategy. This successful work with major firms gives Charlie a unique glimpse into the interaction between corporate compliance and their sales channel, resulting in successful marketing and business development campaigns.Charlie founded Social Advisors in 2013 after years of leadership roles with major marketing and business development firms in the financial services industry. He is also the host of the popular podcast RIA Collective.Today, Social Advisors offers clients an entire complement of professional support. Their product suite provides all the knowledge and tools necessary for financial professionals to scale their growth.As a father and husband, much of Charlie's time outside the office is dedicated to family. In his spare time, you'll find Charlie paddle boarding, golfing, RVing across the country or rehabbing his home in Florida.https://www.social-advisors.com/
To help address the big questions that shape our world, UBS has sought out a number of Nobel laureates in the Economic Sciences to share insights, discuss their research and open their inquiring minds. This week we hear from David Card, 2021's winner for his contribution in the field of labour economics. Card explains what drives wage inequality within the labour market.
We are back with a new episode of the SMG Industry Insights Podcast as Dr. Lukow, Alana, and Wendell chat with HPU alumnus, Leonty McCarthy! Leonty graduated from HPU in 2010 and has spent his career working various customer relations and event management roles in places like UBS arena and with professional sports teams like the Charlotte Hornets. In this episode, Leonty discusses his experiences in his career and the immense impact social media is starting to have on the sport and event management industry.
Alasdair Haynes CEO of Aquis Exchange #AQX discuss their interim results which show revenues increasing by 21% reflecting the strong momentum across the group driven by increased contributions from the principal business divisions. Highlights All three divisions were profitable in the period. · Net Revenue increased 21% to £8.3 million (1H21: £6.9 million) · EBITDA at £1.4 million (1H21: £1.6 million) following a significant investment in technology and development headcount to drive future growth · Pre-tax profit of £0.7 million (1H21: £1.0 million) · Cash and cash equivalents at 30 June 2022 of £13.3 million (30 June 2021: £13.9 million) · Membership of Aquis Exchange (AQX) grew to 42 (1H21: 39), with a small decline in average monthly usage reflecting more volatile market conditions · Market share of all pan-European trading ended the period at 5.20% in 2Q22 (4Q21: 5.35%) · 12 new admissions to Aquis Stock Exchange (AQSE) completed during 1H22 (1H21: 14)) · Signature of a new significant multi-year technology licence contract · Aquis Matching Pool (AMP) successfully launched following the asset purchase from UBS on 4 April 2022, with average monthly market share of c. 0.5% added to the Group total share Post-period highlights · Currently tracking in line with market expectations for the full year · Signature of an additional new significant multi-year technology licence contract To read the full RNS click here
En este episodio de LatAm Access, Alejo Czerwonko, Chief Investment Officer Emerging Markets Americas, y Maximilian Kunkel, Jefe de Inversiones para Family Offices a nivel global en UBS, repasan los desafios economicos de Europa, el invierno que se viene, que estan descontando los mercados de acciones y bonos, y oportunidades de inversion. Descubra mas en ubs.com/latamaccess
OOOOO Entertainment Commerce operates a technology platform that enables retailers, brands and entrepreneurs to share product-based content directly to consumers through live, interactive, shoppable videos. Live video commerce is an online shopping experience that feels like an amalgamation of the Home Shopping Network (HSN), game shows, talk shows, and auctions and it has taken China by storm. How big is the market?? $300 billion in China 2021 (Up 85%) Equalling 11.7% of total retail ecommerce sales $425 Billion in 2022 Enter OOOOO Entertainment Commerce which provides infrastructure, technology and people to power the live stream economy through the OOOOO App. Brands and entrepreneurs share their products and services through live, interactive, shoppable videos that connect to massive amounts of consumers in all parts of the world, which cuts out the middleman - and their timing couldn't be better as UBS estimates 80,000 retail stores in the USA will close by 2026. The company was founded in 2020 by Sam Jones (previously with Wish.com), and Eric Zhang (previously with Musical.ly and Tiktok). More than just lip service, here are some highlights: 500,000 app installs globally. Nike, Lego, and L'Oréal have already sold products through OOOOO. STUDIOS:30,000 sq ft of studio space in London and Manchester Expanded to Brazil, Italy and the Middle East, with South Africa next PARTNERSHIP WITH TIKTOKto help establish production studios in the U.K. and produce content. Help brands sell on TikTok MULTIPLE LICENSE AGREEMENTSFANZ.com - Live Video Commerce NFTs for global soccer fans with multiple star soccer players & personalities already signed Shiller - Live Video Commerce Platform for Digital Assets One of Shiller's co-founders is an American music artist, media personality and entrepreneur. Currently in "stealth mode" and expects to launch later in 2022. To help accelerate the Company's growth even further, $OOOO recently appointed Appointed Steven Hubbard as Chief Commercial Officer. Steven brings more than 25 years of experience helping lead and develop global multi-channel, multi-category luxury and mainstream brands and has been at the forefront of the retail evolution driving enhanced customer experiences through live commerce and social commerce internationally. What did Sam Jones CEO and Co-Founder of OOOOO have to say? "Steve is an innovator and inspiring leader. His deep, hands-on experience driving strategic transformations at global consumer-facing businesses makes him an ideal choice to help accelerate OOOOO's growth and capture the opportunities ahead of us. His expertise as an international brand builder, innovation champion, and operational leader can be true differentiators as we position OOOOO for the years ahead, generating value for all our stakeholders. On behalf of the entire board of directors of OOOOO, I am thrilled to welcome Steve as OOOOO's CCO." Now sit back and watch this powerful interview.
Another volatile day on Wall Street as investors fear the Federal Reserve's rate hikes could push the economy into recession. Fairlead's Katie Stockton says the market has long-term downward momentum and investors should be skeptical of any bounces right now. But CFRA's Sam Stovall says October is typically a bottoming month for the market and thinks we could be setting up for an end of year relief rally. Wells Fargo's Mike Mayo on what the latest Fed rate hike means for the banks and which financial stocks he thinks are the most attractive. UBS' Colin Bristow upgrading shares of Eli Lilly and explains why its new weight loss drug could be the "biggest drug ever". And Mizuho's Dan Dolev downgrading Block and says corporate mismanagement is blocking growth.
A freshly published report from the Chief Investment Office of UBS Global Wealth Management presents the bank's Longer Term Investment (LTI) themes for a multi-year investment horizon. Our panellists explain how UBS approaches sustainable investing for LTIs and discuss some of the individual investment topics that are driven by both big secular themes and other more disruptive forces.
Carbon capture and storage is often thought of as a new technology to help fight climate change. But it has been around for fifty years and was first developed by gas companies and used to enhance oil recovery from depleted fields. Today, tax credits are being offered to subsidize the technology as a response to global warming. A September 1st story in The Guardian highlighted a report by the Institute for Energy, Economics and Financial Analysis on Carbon Capture technology. The report details how carbon capture and storage schemes, which are key in many governments' plans to address climate change, are not a true solution to the climate crises and may even increase carbon emissions in the long run. In this episode of Breaking Green, we will talk with Bruce Robertson, one of the authors of the report. Bruce Robertson is an energy finance analyst of the GAS/LNG sector for the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. He has been an investment analyst, fund manager and professional investor for over 36 years. He has worked with Perpetual Trustees, UBS, Nippon Life Insurance and BT. He has appeared as an expert witness before a number of government enquiries into energy issues.This podcast is produced by Global Justice Ecology Project.September 1st, 2022 article in The Guardian.IEEFA reportBreaking Green is made possible by donations from people like you. click here to send a donation today.Breaking Green is made possible by tax deductible donations from people like you. Please help us lift up the voices of those working to protect forests, defend human rights and expose false solutions. Simply text GIVE to 1 716 257 4187.
InvestmentNews's tech reporter, Ryan Neal, joins Bruce on the pod this week to talk through current major fintech deals and the tech conferences on his radar this fall. At the top of the list is the termination of UBS' acquisition of robo-adviser Wealthfront. Guest Bio: Originally from Northern California, Ryan received bachelor's degrees in English and philosophy from UC Santa Barbara before beginning a career in journalism at the Santa Barbara Independent. After a few years of freelancing, bartending and snowboarding in Colorado, Ryan moved to New York to earn a master's degree in journalism at Columbia University. He has covered the adviser fintech beat since 2014.
To mark United Nations international literacy day, we shine a spotlight on a new UBS publication: ‘Learning for Life: A Guide for Philanthropists and Changemakers to Bring Quality Education to All'. The paper explores how to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goal No 4, which aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. As well as the CEO of the UBS Optimus Foundation, we hear from education innovator Joe Wolf of Imagine Worldwide, one of the thought leaders and innovators that UBS supports and celebrates through its Global Visionaries programme.
In this episode of Add To Cart, we are joined by David McLean, Founder and CEO of Hubbed, a technology solution giving eCommerce businesses and their customers an alternative way to receive products. With Hubbed, customers can opt to pick up their package from their local corner shop, newsagent or petrol station at a time that suits them. Hubbed partners with all the major couriers, has around 2200 pick up locations Australia-wide and will turn on four further markets in South East Asia later this year. In this chat, David shares the benefits this solution can bring for retailers who become ‘hubs', the sustainability impact Hubbed is making and why he's asking for a punch in the face from me! Plus, I throw my two cents in on the future of Hubbed's pick up locations…i'll give you a clue, it involves a cold one.Links from the episode:HubbedCarbon Reduction Institute Case StudyTollCouriers PleaseSendleDHLUPSFedExThe Iconic JB Hi FiMyerKmartRelievablesNational StorageShopify Plus and Milligram (sponsored)Packleo (sponsored)Questions answered:How does HUBBED integrate into retail systems? What's Hubbed's next must-have pick up location?How prevalent is porch piracy?About your co-host: David McLean from HubbedDavid McLean is the founder and CEO of leading agnostic Australian parcel collection point network, Hubbed. David founded Hubbed in 2014, after more than 20 years' experience in the finance and technology industries, working at organisations including Microsoft, Datacom, and UBS. He has since grown Hubbed to a network of 2000-plus Australian locations plus partner networks in New Zealand, South East Asia, North America and the UK. Hubbed manages click and collect and return services for partners and their customers including eBay, TOLL, Couriers Please, DHL, FedEx, TNT, UPS and Sendle.You can contact David at LinkedIn Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Part One provided a picture of connections to organizations that had demolition access to explosive materials and to the expertise required to use explosives.Who could have placed explosives in the World Trade Center (WTC) towers?The management representatives of these tenant companies were seen to be secretive and powerful. Through these powerful people, the tenants were connected to organizations that benefited greatly from the 9/11 attacks, including the defense contractors Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, General Dynamics, Halliburton, and Science Applications International Corp (SAIC). The tenants also had strong connections to the Bush family and their corporate network, including Dresser Industries (now Halliburton) and UBS, and to Deutsche Bank and its subsidiaries, reported to have brokered the insider trading deals. There were also links between these tenant companies and the terrorist-financing Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI).
As more business, shopping, and banking is done online and from, well, anywhere, customers increasingly expect high-quality digital-first services that remove the need to go into a physical store or bank. “People were working from home, shopping from home, banking from home, and are more tech and digital savvy than ever,” says Mike Dargan, group chief digital and information officer for UBS. “And if you look at the financial services industry, the ecosystem is constantly evolving, so it becomes more competitive, open, connected, and location-independent every day.” Banks like UBS are experiencing a cultural transformation that makes technology itself integral to the business offering. Because technology is often the first—or only—medium via which customers encounter a business, the quality of that digital customer experience is key to the value it provides. To make that digital-first experience a differentiator for a business, Dargan explains, requires strategically and substantially investing in tech throughout the enterprise. Investing in technology means a targeted focus on the people and platforms behind the customer-facing experiences, not just building out the feature of the month. Dargan's roadmap begins with engineering excellence—attracting and retaining engineers who want to shape the direction of the industry. In addition to offering an inclusive culture and opportunities to solve important real-world problems, companies seeking the best engineers must provide cutting-edge platforms and tools to create an industry-leading developer experience. To enable this—as well as to reimagine what they can offer to clients—UBS has made years-long investments in updating legacy systems to new technology, focusing on infrastructure allowing the launch of cloud-native applications on a cloud-native platform. Internal company processes, though invisible to customers, drive the speed and quality of digital innovation. At UBS, process focus has included training on agile methodologies—teaching employees from all business areas how to get from emerging requirements to high-quality outcomes as quickly and iteratively as possible. Less obvious longer-term investments in the technology future may also pay dividends both in business terms and in customer experience. In the sustainability space, UBS has partnered with the Green Software Foundation to build software standards and best practices for reducing carbon emissions, and has set a goal of net zero greenhouse gas emissions across its operations by 2050. Says Dargan, “the world is faster, more digital, and more data-driven than ever before, so clients really do demand services that are digital-first, anytime, anywhere, and are underpinned by first-class technologies. In fact, I'd say tech is really how our clients experience us every day.” This episode of Business Lab is produced in association with UBS.
In this episode you'll discover: -Why perfectionism isn't working for you -How to meditate. -A method to overcome your limiting beliefs. Tom Cronin spent 26 years in finance markets as one of Australia's leading bond and swap brokers. He discovered meditation in the early stages of his career, when the anxiety and chaos he was experiencing had hit a crisis point, and it completely transformed his world, both personally and professionally. Founder of The Stillness Project, a global movement to inspire one billion people to sit in stillness daily, Tom is passionate about reducing stress and chaos in people's lives. His ongoing work in transformational leadership coaching and corporate training has seen him working with some of the top companies in the world like Amazon, Qantas, UBS and Coca-Cola. He has spoken on stage at conferences and events like Adnews Summit, Afest, Wanderlust and Mind Heart Connect. Tom has six books published, a meditation app and produced the hit film The Portal. Connect with tom on IG @tomcronin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ordinarytobadass/message
Reflections on the Fed, inflation, ongoing volatility and the likelihood of a recession in the eurozone. The panel discusses what UBS chief investment officer Mark Haefele has described as the economic ‘bizarro world' in which we currently find ourselves. And, later in the programme, we'll head Stateside for a quick update following the Fed Chair's hawkish speech on inflation at Jackson Hole.
Best-selling author, decorated performance coach, and speaker, Jairek Robbins is a man dedicated to helping professionals like you Achieve Success by Living With Purpose in your life and business!At only 23 years old, Jairek was awarded the Congressional Award (Gold Medal) from the United States Congress. He has conducted trainings for a variety of companies &organizations includingHarvard University, The United States Marines, The United States Air Force Special Forces, UBS, BMW, eXp Realty, Major League Baseball teams, and members of the U.S. Olympic team.He is a trusted advisor and board member to a variety of different companies in addition to recently being appointed as PRESIDENT of SUCCESS Enterprises. Today, the 38-year-old with almost two decades of performance coaching experience continues to unlock secrets for maximizing performance and organizational success (and hes just getting started).As an innovator, Jairek is applying his own philosophy and living a life of adventure, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship. Whether its cage diving with great white sharks, hanging with silverbacks in Rwanda, white water rafting down the Nile, working as a volunteer in underdeveloped regions Jairek is out in the world living fully, loving deeply, and striving to do something that matters. Connect with Jairek LinkedIn - linkedin.com/jairekrobbins Instagram - instagram.com/jairekrobbins Twitter - twitter.com/jairekrobbins Facebook - facebook.com/jairekrobbins Connect with David Website- http://www.davidihill.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/davidihill/ YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/user/hillteam17 LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidihill Book: https://www.amazon.com/Sales-Playbook-Simple-Strategies-Close/dp/1628652861 Free Gift: https://callreluctance.davidihill.com/ Free 30-minute Coaching Call https://www.trycoaching.net Monthly Training with David- https://35callchallenge.com/ David's Monthly Article – http://www.davidihill.com/5mistakes/ FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Please follow and join my Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptmastery/ OUR LEAD PROVIDER SPONSORS VULCAN7 https://www.vulcan7.com/pathtomastery/
Juan Carlos Lara -JC- is a globally sought-after strategic advisor to SMEs, family offices, and Latin American entrepreneurs. Currently, he is the CEO of Point5 Family Office, a single-family investment office, and the founder and CEO of the ESG-LAB, a think tank for environmental, social, and governance -ESG- researching, implementing, and rating assessments. JC group offers proprietary end-to-end solutions to implement, improve and rate companies' Corporate Social Responsibility or investment portfolios. JC has a $10+ billion track record of managing private and institutional financial assets at Citibank, UBS, HSBC, Verwaltungs-und Privat-Bank, and point5 Family Office. Additionally, JC speaks globally on investing, building, and growing your company and brand, and topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, ESG. He led the Banamex-Citibank NYC office in the 1990s and was responsible for the Luxembourg and Swiss HSBC office for the Mexican market. He also collaborates with the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime -GI-TOC in Geneva, Switzerland as a Member Expert in anti-money laundering. JC success results from the unique combination of governance, financial, due diligence, and transactional skills with proven capabilities to help companies achieve growth and profit through ESG compliance. He believes in the power of connecting, collaborating, and building community with involved like-minded individuals who join to achieve business success and personal goals. JC grew up in Mexico, graduated in business, and is an alumnus from Universidad Iberoamericana, Harvard University, and the University of Barcelona. JC also held multiple financial FINRA and Insurance licenses. JC is a Mexican and American citizen and a Swiss resident. https://point5familyoffice.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/juancarloslara1959/ The CRE SharkEye Show https://www.youtube.com/c/YishaiBreslauer The best 6 secrets of commercial real estate download free The CRE Crash Course - Everything you need in order to get the Must Have Skills for Commercial Real Estate, in only 2 weeks
Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by jam.ai Bitcoin is up slightly at $19,811 Ethereum is down slightly at $1547 and Binance Coin down slightly at $276 FIFA & Algorand announce FIFA+ NFT collection. UBS & Wealthfront part ways. Hackers target acting icon Bill Murray. dYdX requires liveness check for promotion
Investors remained unenthusiastic about Reliance Industries, a day after the company's 45th Annual General Meeting. Though Chairman Mukesh Ambani spelt out detailed plans for telecom, retail and new energy businesses, analysts cautioned against the high capital expenditure's risks in the near-term. Global brokerage UBS, for instance, highlighted that “Reliance Industries' near-term debt will rise as it gets aggressive in its investments across verticals.” Those at HSBC, too, said, “Recent transactions to purchase technology, as well as investment plans for new energy, should kick-start another engine of growth, but will likely require investment in the interim. While e-commerce is gaining momentum, it is yet to achieve meaningful scale. Thus, the burden of revenue growth will fall on subscriber additions (in the telecom vertical) and, in the interim, the company will have to spend on 5G capex.” All this, the brokerage said, will likely weigh on the stock performance in the near to medium term. Nonetheless, analysts suggest investors focus on Reliance Industries' long-term growth trajectory. With Akash Ambani taking over digital, Isha taking over retail, and Anant taking over new energy, analysts said investors can be assured of a clear succession plan. Further, assigning timelines of 2024 and 2025 gives credence to the pace of work RIL has undertaken and the journey it still needs to take to bring down the cost curves of these new technologies. Given this, most brokerages also remain bullish on the stock from a 12-month perspective, and see up to 19% upside. Technically, too, the stock seems to be well placed to scale fresh life-time highs. Avdhut Bagkar of Business Standard says, RIL stock has doubled since Covid-19 lows; all-time high of Rs 2,847 in April 2022. Long-term play: Buy around Rs 2,200 - Rs 2,400 levels, charts indicate. Breakout above Rs 2,800 (resistance level) could take it to Rs 3,500 in a year. On Wednesday, markets will remain closed on account of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Stocks falling again to close out the month of August on a 4-day losing streak. Shares of Snap staging a big rally after announcing a major restructuring, including cutting 20% of its workforce. MKM Partners' Rohit Kulkarni explains why he is bullish on this move, but EMJ Capital President Eric Jackson remains bearish on the stock and questions management's decisions. Shares of online pet retailer Chewy in the dog house after missing sales estimates and lowering its full year guidance. CEO Sumit Singh discusses how inflation is taking a toll on consumer spending. Designer Brands, which owns footwear retailer DSW, not seeing any signs of slowing consumer spending. CEO Roger Rawlins discusses what's behind better than expected earnings and how the back-to-school shopping season is impacting sales. UBS' Michael Lasser issuing a bearish note on Bed, Bath & Beyond. He explains why he is skeptical about the company's new turnaround plan. And BNY Mellon CEO Robin Vince discusses the bank's crypto strategy and how rising interest rates are impacting the financial industry.
Pushpendra Mehta meets with Craig Jeffery, Managing Partner of Strategic Treasurer, to review the latest treasury news and developments. Topics of discussion include the following: Russia offering SCO countries connection to its version of SWIFT Multinational companies developing contingency plans in the event of a US-China military conflict UBS investing in BigPanda, an American AI company Lending rates lowered again in China BlackRock warning Wall Street watchdog that new ESG rules could harm investors Drought hurting China's economy The Rhine shrinking, adding to Germany's ongoing economic woes
Stocks closed mostly higher in Wednesday trading, as investors await Friday's speech from Fed Chair Jay Powell in Jackson Hole. Housing was a big focus on Wall Street, after new data showed a decline in home prices for the first time in 3 years. Jeana Curro from Bank of America and John Lovallo from UBS join to discuss the state of housing, and what the downturn in prices means for the real estate market. Meantime SoFi shares climbed as President Biden announced his student debt relief plan. Mizuho's Dan Dolev explains why he thinks that's a good thing for SoFi shareholders.
Tom Cronin is a renowned speaker and corporate meditation and mindfulness trainer recognized around the world and known as the king of calm. He is recognized for his inspiring, empowering and humorous presentations on leadership, stress management, mindfulness and empowerment. But he started out spending 26 years as a broker trading swaps and also suffered from insomnia, anxiety, burnout, you name it before he discovered meditation. Tom now holds classes and programs with hundreds of companies including Amazon, Coca Cola, UBS, Nova FM, cuantas, Fairfax Media, just to name a few, and it's in demand as a speaker, corporate mediation and mindfulness trainer. What is the importance of a Game B world? In this interview Tom revealed - The chaotic personal journey that led Tom to transform his life and then create a world renown career in teaching and coaching. - The incredible difference between mainstream meditation (calming the mind) and transcendental meditation (TM). - How going into a state of TM can create a metabolic state 4x deeper than REM sleep. - Practical advice for how busy entrepreneurs can squeeze meditation into their day. - What is the importance of a Game B world? And SO much more. Learn more about Tom at Instagram: @tomcronin The Portal Film: https://entertheportal.com/watch-the-film/
We celebrate 75 years of the world-famous festival and its 40-year partnership with UBS. The managing director tells us about the event's evolving mission through the years, how film festivals can shape the public discourse, as well as a more sustainable future, and the latest exciting manifestation of the UBS partnership: the new ‘Futurespectives' podcast.
Here's a full-length episode from Real Vision's original series, My Life in 4 Trades - be sure to subscribe. Harry Melandri's life has been both unconventional and exhilarating. He's worked at some of the world's premier financial institutions, including UBS and Deutsche Bank, and he also spent time at the Bank of England. Harry joins Maggie Lake to share stories from his remarkable career and the lessons he learned a long the way. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cameron Crise is a macro strategist at Bloomberg, where he writes the Macro Man column and posts on the Markets Live blog. Previously, he was a global macro portfolio manager at Graham Capital in Connecticut and Nylon Capital in London. Earlier in his career, he was a currency portfolio manager and economist for several European asset management firms and held a variety of foreign exchange roles at UBS. He is a graduate of Duke University with a degree in public policy studies and history. In this podcast we discuss: 1) Lessons from working at hedge funds. 2) Where are we in the US growth cycle? 3) Inflation path. 4) How high will the Fed hike? 5) Will bond yields reach new highs? 6) The problem with the Fed's quantitative tightening (QT) programme. 7) Overnight moves in stock markets. 8) Chances of deeper equity correction. 9) Chances of larger financial crisis. 10) Thoughts on China and Europe. 11) Equity earnings. 12) Books mentioned: Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (Lefevre), Market Wizards (Schwager) , Manias, Panics, and Crashes (Kindleberger) and Devil Take the Hindmost (Chancellor).
Your nice hosts accidentally stumble into the thesis of the show as this episode explores these two topics! Also found in the show: Stephen's composed song, Mark tries to avoid Entity Component Models and Ellen thinks about snakes for 20 minutes (but holds it together somehow).Beefsteak Tomato - WikipediaWoman in Motion - ParamountWoman in Motion on Peacock - PeacockWoman in Motion on Tubi - TubiNoble Robot - Noble Robot GameMaker for Unity Devs 0:06:01 Stephen McGregorProgrammingToolsStephen was wrong, here's a marketplace for GameMaker plugins - YoYo GamesWhat is the difference between statically typed and dynamically typed languages? - Stack OverflowRust - Rust TeamMain Theme for Rooty Tooty Fresh n Shooty (Stephen's Work Project) - Stephen McGregor Inspiration from Behavioral Economics 0:40:58 Ellen Burns-JohnsonGame DesignGaming5 Examples of Behavioral Economics in Your Everyday Life - Rebecca Koch, The Chicago School of Professional PsychologyChoice architecture - WikipediaWhat determines human decisions? - Daniel Kahneman, UBSRichard Thaler - WikipediaNudge (book) - WikipediaPredictably Irrational - Dan ArielyFreakonomics - Freakonomics Radio NetworkProspect theory - Behavioral Economics
Virtus Investments' Joe Terranova says any pullback could present a big upside opportunity – he makes his case. Plus, Gabriella Santos of JP Morgan Asset Management thinks the market could see another leg lower in the fall. And, the red-hot housing market is showing signs of cracking following a slew of bad data … but UBS thinks this could actually mark a turning point for homebuilders.
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Today's guest is Kai Schrimpf, Global Head of Transaction Monitoring at UBS. UBS is a financial services organization doing more than $35 billion in annual revenue based in Zurich and Basel, Switzerland. In this episode, we dive into compliance in the banking and financial services space. There are three distinct topic areas in today's episode. First, Kai provides a big-picture perspective on the state of compliance in banking and financial services today and current workflows that could be leveled up. Secondly, he discusses specific use-cases and describes areas where he sees data ‘wake up' in terms of its value for keeping firms in line with regulatory standards. Lastly, Kai shares some business advice for enterprise leaders and speaks about what business leaders should know before adopting artificial intelligence in a financial services organization. This episode is part of a series sponsored by Smarsh. In this series, we're focusing on bringing on global experts in compliance to get varied perspectives on where AI and data are adding value today.