This GFMI conference identifies the main challenges in ensuring analysis covers energy performance and offers practical case studies informing delegates how to enhance physical asset valuation and correlation models to achieve this accurate analysis. The conference then goes one step further and looks at how these improved valuation techniques can be leveraged for the benefit of energy trading companies and investment banks.
By addressing topics such as the best techniques to achieve integrated analysis of the entire supply chain, incorporate vendor software with internal models, map the dynamic of volatility, and anticipate geopolitical influences, this event enables analysts in energy trading companies and investment banks to achieve modeling outputs that can become profitable inputs to investment strategy.
Wed, 17/12/2014 - 10:19
Hermes Chief Economist Neil Williams comments on the latest UK inflation statistics… ... »
Tue, 09/12/2014 - 09:58
Read how managed accounts platforms are now catering to a wide spectrum of investor needs, from straightforward commingled funds to sophisticated infrastructure solutions for the largest institutional investors. And the rise of liquid alternatives means that onshore funds - UCITS, AIFs and '40 Act funds - are becoming just as popular as offshore funds... »
Thu, 11/12/2014 - 11:31
Global assets under management* of the private real estate industry have reached USD742bn, an all-time high for the industry, and up from USD697bn as of the end of 2013. Preqin’s Andrew Moylan takes a look at the latest stats on the industry. ... »
Fri, 28/11/2014 - 12:01
In this report S&P Capital IQ examines how credit events can impact on the price of equities. The results are compelling. The report looks at the relationship between credit indicators and equity back-tested returns. ... »
Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:48
Following the strong win by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the Japanese General Election, John Vail (pictured), Chief Global Strategist, Nikko Asset Management, sees further boosts for Japan from corporate profits moving through to wage rises… ... »