In this latest podcast, produced in association with SEI, Michiel Meeuwissen, Head of Hedge Fund Solutions at Kempen Capital Management, and SEI’s Ross Ellis, discuss the evolution of asset management, and in particular two key trends – vulnerable economics, and emboldened investors.
How are global financial institutions creating career paths that reflect the changing values of millennials? How are they championing talent across the diversity spectrum to maximise value to their shareholders? And what programs and initiatives are they exploring to address the '3 Gs': remuneration gap, advancement gap, participation gap? To discuss these issues in our latest podcast is Kathy Sayko, Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer at PGIM, the asset management arm of American life insurance company Prudential Financial…
The private debt market is forecast to reach USD1.4 trillion in the next five years. How it evolves will, to some extent, depend on technology innovation, as fund managers look to develop new ways to analyse and value assets, automate processes, and construct customised products to satisfy LPs. In this podcast, Ross Ellis and Chad Longenecker from the SEI Investment Manager Services division, Hank D’Allesandro of Morgan Stanley Credit Partners and Cecile Mayer-Levi of Tikehau Investment Management discuss the role of technology in private debt markets and what future disruption might look like.
Successfully applying the latest artificial intelligence techniques in portfolio management relies on having the right people in place to understand how and when to best apply them. But in the hedge fund industry, the depth of talent is yet to be fully realised, as this podcast featuring Chris Ford, co-fund manager of the Smith & Williamson Artificial Intelligence Fund, and George Sokoloff, Founder and CIO, Managing Partner, Carmot Capital, reveals…
SEI Podcast Series: How are advances in data analytics enhancing both the investor and the investment experience?
The amount of data is growing exponentially. According to IDC, there were 16.3 zettabytes of information generated in 2017 alone. In simple terms, if every piece of data were a penny, it would cover the earth’s surface five times over.