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Meet our Graduates: Diana, UBS Investment Bank in London | UBS Graduates
 
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UBS Graduate Training Programs help prepare talented graduates for an engaging career at UBS and for employment within a target function. Looking for a great place to begin your career? Explore our programs for university students and recent graduates and visit www.UBS.com/graduates. As a graduate at UBS, you'll experience a business-specific development pathway that includes on and off the job learning opportunities, as well as mentoring and networking opportunities. In this video, you'll experience a typical work day for Diana, a graduate in UBS Investment Bank Investor Client Services. Diana went to the University of Cambridge , New Hall College and studied physics, specializing in engineering. She chose to work in UBS to explore new avenues thereby helping her grow as an individual. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for an exclusive selection of videos about the world of UBS. Find expert advice, culture, sports, financial services and more at https://www.youtube.com/user/UBSglobal Also, for up-to-date financial news, as well as information on UBS and our services around the globe, visit our website at https://www.UBS.com.
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UBS Bank: IPsoft Amelia AI and Customer Service Automation
 
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What is Amelia artificial intelligence? How can the AI platform help improve banking and financial services while keeping operating costs low? For more: https://www.cxotalk.com/video/ubs-bank-amelia-ai-customer-service Tom DeCarlo, UBS head of client services in the Americas, tells industry analyst Michael Krigsman at CXOTalk during the IPsoft Digital Workforce Summit in New York about the company's efforts to improve efficiency and increase the quality of customer experiences through technology. UBS is continuously training its workforce with focuses on policy process and procedure, but is also using IPsoft's Amelia AI platform to help ensure a return on investment. At UBS, Amelia works within a contact center to help CSAs and sales assistants work more quickly to assist financial advisers and account holders. Amelia can simulate interaction with a customer service representative and help clients with different interactions, ranging from simple account updates and password changes to more complex assessments of risk profiles for new loan applicants or advising employees on HR policies. Early feedback is overwhelmingly positive. "When I think about AI, I think about the closest thing to a human being that I can have interacting with my clients at the highest level of quality," DeCarlo says. From the transcript: Michael Krigsman: So Tom, how do you manage to improve the client experience and at the same time, reduce your cost? Tom DeCarlo: So, it's a couple things, right? You have the people, right? The workforce, in itself, is the primary driver of that. Continuously training, and having a quality team that can focus in on specific types of training is a huge effort in itself. We've self-funded a team to do that this year. Secondly, is policy process and procedure. So, we want to be as efficient as possible with our processes so that we have very little exceptions there. And thirdly, is technology. So once you have well-trained people and clean procedures, and policies, then you can begin to layer technology on top of it, and show a good investment and ROI. Michael Krigsman: And that’s the nature of your current project with IPsoft and Amelia. Tom DeCarlo: That's correct. Yeah. So we actually have completed Phase I of a Proof of Concept pile with a pretty complex business case on the retirement – deceased distribution side of the business where we have Amelia interacting with our CSAs, our sales assistants, in determining what documentation is necessary in order to have a distribution lead the retirement account once the client account holder had been deceased. So, there are many different situations, many different dependencies, and documents that need to be signed in order to do so. We taught Amelia, we trained her with a training documentation, workflows, policy and processes, approvals as well, on the best way to do so. And, she’s interacting directly in this controlled environment with our CSAs at a high quality. Michael Krigsman: And, you deliberately chose a process that’s a particularly complex one. Tom DeCarlo: Yes. So, I wanted to prove not only that Amelia could work within a contact center, but I wanted to prove that this artificial intelligence in itself could be a tool that we could use across the firm for many different functional interactions. We could have chosen password reset, right? And just about any type of bot can change a password; identify, authenticate, change the password, re-enter that password, and it's done. But, when you have an inquiry type that is robust, that can go many different directions and requires some thought process, this artificial intelligence does the right job.
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What are the Greatest Risks to Markets? | UBS Investor Forum, 23 February 2015
 
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In this monthly forum, the Chief Investment Office (CIO) invites thought leaders to debate the key topics affecting financial markets, and to challenge the UBS House View. Participants are sourced from UBS Investment Bank and Global Asset Management, as well as leading asset managers. By regularly gathering independent insights from its peers, the CIO prevents the risk of developing “tunnel vision”, or resting on its laurels. This ensures a robust, innovative, and industry-leading investment process". See more at: https://www.ubs.com/investorforum Recent UBS Investor Forums have had a bullish tone. This month, participants looked at the greatest risk currently facing markets. While the situations in Ukraine and the Greek debt crisis factored high on participants minds, the elections in the UK and US Dollar strengthening were highlighted as potential risks. Participants also discussed potential safe haven asset classes, where some interesting and potentially surprising views were aired. What is the UBS Investor Forum? Every month, we invite global investment leaders from the fund management industry to challenge our UBS House View. We address global financial questions to make sure we never sin by over-confidence. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for an exclusive selection of videos about the world of UBS. Find expert advice, culture, sports, financial services and more. https://www.youtube.com/user/ubsglobal Also, for up-to-date financial news, as well as information on UBS and our services around the globe, visit our website at https://www.ubs.com.
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Hong Kong - Liquidation of investment bank
 
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T/I: 10:00:30 Hong Kong share prices dived 8.7 percent Monday (12/01) amid rising interest rates and fears over the liquidation of independent investment bank Peregrine Investments Holdings plc, dealers said. Peregrine, at one time Asia's biggest independent investment bank, lodged an application for liquidation shortly after the market closed. SHOWS: HONG KONG 12/01 Exterior Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Trading floor, Opening bell ringing, Traders, Hang Seng Index share price, VS stock exchange, VS Q-Tech Holdings Ltd board of directors posing for flotation photo; SOT John T.M. Lam, "It's having an effect (the Peregrine crisis) but we have to look to the long term."; VS South China Morning Post headline warning of imminent liquidation of Peregrine, VS security at Peregrine offices, Peregrine workers arriving; SOT Andrew Ballingal, Chief Strategist at investment bank Schroders: "I think that it (the liquidation of Peregrine) adds to the general of uncertainty in the markets, there'll be practical effects from the unwinding of inventories if the business doesn't continue and removal of what people had regarded as a stable institution.", Hong Kong scenes. 2.37 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/76ef0c0974536caa6f989f5e2d932ded Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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RBS reportedly to shrink investment bank, shed thousands of jobs - corporate
 
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Royal Bank of Scotland is reportedly to shrink its investment banking and international operations and lay off up to a quarter of its workers. Sources have told news organisations that the part-nationalised bank has given in to demands from British politicians that it focus on lending to households and businesses in the UK. The price for that will be 30,000 people losing their jobs, though that total does include previously announced cuts of 23,000 as it sells its US retail business Citizens... READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/02/21/rbs-reportedly-to-shrink-investment-bank-shed-thousands-of-jobs euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a euronews is available in 14 languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
Reuters Business News - William Ackman, LONDON, UBS AG
 
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Ackman's hedge fund dips 0.1 percent in February BOSTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund manager William Ackman's flagship fund slipped only 0.1 percent last month even after two major holdings moved in the wrong direction, according to an investor alert from Pershing Square. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/OtX3zxmjeJk/us-hedgefunds-pershingsquare-idUSBRE92317Y20130304 Stock index futures signal lower open LONDON (Reuters) - Stock index futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street on Monday, with concerns over the global economy dampening shares in Asia and Europe. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/DSiCJvP0K9I/us-markets-stocks-idUSBRE92307Y20130304 UBS lays off 35 senior bankers in the Americas NEW YORK (Reuters) - UBS AG cut roughly a third of its Americas investment banking and capital markets group this week, including 35 senior managing directors, three sources close to the matter said. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/businessNews/~3/67EpclHuBAI/us-ubs-cuts-idUSBRE92014O20130301 http://www.wochit.com
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UBS Delta 'a really good deal for Statpro', says CEO Justin Wheatley
 
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Justin Wheatley, chief executive of StatPro Group PLC (LON:SOG), talks through their £11mln (€13mln) purchase of the risk and performance analytics service, UBS Delta - a deal that will be immediately earnings enhancing.
Banking in the age of financial repression and public hostility - 43th St. Gallen Symposium
 
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Sergio P Ermotti (CH) Group Chief Executive Officer UBS AG Douglas J. Flint (GB) Group Chairman HSBC Holdings plc Urs Rohner (CH) Chairman of the Board of Directors Credit Suisse Group AG Martin Senn (CH) Chief Executive Officer Zurich Insurance Group Ltd Topic Leader: Wolfgang Münchau (DE) Associate Editor & Columnist
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UBS AG v Commissioners for HMRC & DB Group Services (UK) Ltd v Commissioners for HMRC
 
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[2016] UKSC 13 UKSC 2014/0151 UBS AG (Respondent) v Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (Appellant) UKSC 2014/0152 DB Group Services (UK) Ltd (Respondent) v Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (Appellant) On appeal from the Court of Appeal Civil Division (England and Wales) The respondents ("UBS" and "DB" respectively) each implemented similar schemes for the provision of bonuses to their employees in early 2004. These schemes were designed to avoid income tax and National Insurance Contributions ("NICs"). These schemes were structured around bank employees receiving shares which fell within the definition of "restricted securities" under the provisions of Chapter 2 of Part 7 of ITEPA. The shares were later redeemed for cash. HMRC determined that the value of the shares awarded to the employees as bonuses at the start of each scheme were liable to income tax and NICs as earnings from their employment. Given the similar structure of the two schemes, these two appeals were heard together by the First-Tier Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal. The issue in these cases was whether certain arrangements for the provision of employee bonuses in the form of shares subject to forfeiture provisions, fall within the exemption from income tax contained in Chapter 2 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003 ("ITEPA"). HMRC argued that the Ramsay principle, which requires the relevant legislation to be construed purposively and the facts to be viewed realistically, applies to the arrangements, with the result that the exemption does not apply, either because they are schemes for payment of cash bonuses (the "Broad Ramsay argument"); or in the alternative because the forfeiture provisions must be ignored as commercially irrelevant contingencies (the "Narrow Ramsay argument"). The Supreme Court unanimously allows HMRC’s appeals.
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Introduction to City of London Investment Group PLC (CLIG)
 
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Barry Olliff (CEO & Chief Investment Officer) provides an overview of City of London Investment Group, PLC (CLIG), discusses CLIG’s relative outperformance, and explains the CLIG dividend.
City of London Investment Trust -  50 years of increasing dividends
 
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For each and every year for 50 years City of London Investment Trust has been increasing its dividend.
UBS traders charged, bank fined over Libor rate fixing
 
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Prosecutors in the US charged two former traders at Swiss bank UBS with manipulating the Libor and other interest rates, while UBS agreed to pay $1.5 billion in fines to US, UK and Switzerland regulators after admitting to fraud and bribery in connection with the rigging efforts. According to Reuters "Libor and related benchmarks are used to set interest rates for trillions of dollars worth of loans around the world, ranging from home loans to credit cards to complex derivatives. In settling with US, UK and Swiss authorities, UBS not only paid one of the largest fines ever imposed on a bank, its Japanese subsidiary pleaded guilty to one U.S. criminal count of fraud relating to manipulation of benchmark rates, including the yen Libor. The Japanese subsidiary is where authorities allege much of the manipulation of interest rates occurred, as employees of the bank looked to profit on derivatives trades linked to the rates. UBS is the second large international bank to reach a settlement with U.S. and UK authorities, and other settlements are expected to follow in the next few months. In June Barclays Plc agreed to pay $453 million in fines to settle allegations its employees attempted to manipulate Libor rates." This animation explains what the Libor is and why it's important and how UBS and other banks manipulated the rate.
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Private Wealth Management Firm, Ramsey Crookall, discuss the outlook in investment markets for 2014
 
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http://www.ramseycrookall.com/ Peter Robertson, Senior Investment Manager at Ramsey Crookall, a UK private wealth management firm, discusses the outlook in investment markets for 2014. The talk goes in to great detail and particularly focusses on quantitative easing (QE).
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FD Senior Business Analyst, London
 
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Equities in 100 seconds: UBS AG | 02 Septemer 2013
 
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James Chappell, analyst at Berenberg, on UBS AG: "The only investment bank/wealth manager to own". Berenberg's team of 70 analysts covers nearly 500 European equities across all industry sectors: Consumer, Financials, Healthcare, Industrials, Materials, Energy, and Technology, media and telecoms. We continue to extend the breadth and depth of coverage to reflect changing business conditions throughout the region. Our research is based on a successful stockpicking approach. We select investment ideas using robust and rigorous analysis of financial information and management capabilities, which we combine with a thorough understanding of the issues that influence the behaviour of stock prices. Based on thorough analysis of the competitive environment our analysts identify well-managed companies with a market position that permits them to sustain and increase returns on capital at attractive levels.
Harry -  FD Business Analyst,  London
 
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Gatehouse Bank - Our Story
 
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As Gatehouse Bank launches its much-awaited Client Investment Office in Mayfair, we've created a short documentary film sharing our beginning, our journey and our vision.
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Sophie Simpson on Investment Banking at Barclays
 
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The trainers are really interesting, and so even though it's very fast-paced you learn a lot, and learn a really, really broad base knowledge, so that it really helps you when you get on to the desk. "I have an engineering background, but I didn't find that a problem at all"
UBS's Masud Expects Kuwait to Increase Stake in BP
 
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July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Saud Masud, head of Middle East research at UBS AG, speaks about possible interest from the region's sovereign wealth funds in BP Plc. He talks with Linzie Janis on Bloomberg Television's "Global Connection."
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Gatehouse Bank's Client Investment Office Launch Party
 
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Wednesday 9th April was the highly-awaited launch party of Gatehouse Bank's Client Investment Office in Mayfair, London. Here we have Mr Fahed Boodai, Chairman of Gatehouse Bank, and Mr Boris Johnson, Mayor of London with their opening speeches.
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Outlook On Lender's Growth Plan Of Unity Bank Plc Pt.1 |Business Morning|
 
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Boubouras Says SABMiller Have `Put Pressure' on Foster's
 
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Aug. 18 (Bloomberg) -- George Boubouras, head of investment strategy at UBS AG's Australian wealth-management unit, talks about SABMiller Plc's bid for Foster's Group Ltd.¶ Boubouras speaks from Sydney with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Barclays Celebrates the Launch of the Barclays Women in Leadership Index and ETN
 
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On Thursday, July 10th London, UK-based, Barclays (NYSE:BCS), a major global financial services provider and a leading issuer of ETNs in the US, will visit the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the launch of the Barclays Women in Leadership ETN and Index. Barclays senior executives and guests will ring the NYSE Opening Bell to highlight the occasion. About Barclays Barclays is a major global financial services provider engaged in personal banking, credit cards, corporate and investment banking and wealth and investment management with an extensive international presence in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. Barclays' purpose is to help people achieve their ambitions -- in the right way. With over 300 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 50 countries and employs approximately 140,000 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Barclays offers premier investment banking products and services to its clients through Barclays Bank PLC. For more information, visit www.barclays.com
Questioning the Manager - City of London Investment Trust
 
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Job has been an investor in British companies for decades. Here’s what he think of our economy and stock markets at the moment. Capital at risk. Not advice.
Barclays Spring Week
 
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Want an insight into what Barclays is all about? Find out about our action-packed, week-long Spring programme. Improve your outlook in just one week. Give us a week in spring, and we can show you the ins and outs of a large, successful, multinational business. http://joinus.barclays.com/emea/spring-programmes/
Как правильно смеяться над Теорией Заговора
 
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Что особенно интересно - это некоторые названия таких транснациональных гигантов контролирующих мировую экономику в которых фигурируют слова: Морган Стэнли, Легг Масон, Морган Чейс и Компания, Владельцами этих компаний выступают все те же не безызвестные нам все Варбурги, Ротшильды, Морганы, Рокфеллеры.  *** Ученые из Швейцарского федерального технологического института в Цюрихе составили модель глобальной экономики, согласно которой в мире существует всего 147 транснациональных корпораций, контролирующих 40% всего мирового дохода. Топ-50 корпораций, управляющих миром: 1. Barclays plc 2. Capital Group Companies Inc 3. FMR Corporation 4. AXA 5. State Street Corporation 6. JP Morgan Chase & Co 7. Legal & General Group plc 8. Vanguard Group Inc 9. UBS AG 10. Merrill Lynch & Co Inc 11. Wellington Management Co LLP 12. Deutsche Bank AG 13. Franklin Resources Inc 14. Credit Suisse Group 15. Walton Enterprises LLC 16. Bank of New York Mellon Corp 17. Natixis 18. Goldman Sachs Group Inc 19. T Rowe Price Group Inc 20. Legg Mason Inc 21. Morgan Stanley 22. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc 23. Northern Trust Corporation 24. Société Générale 25. Bank of America Corporation 26. Lloyds TSB Group plc 27. Invesco plc 28. Allianz SE 29. TIAA 30. Old Mutual Public Limited Company 31. Aviva plc 32. Schroders plc 33. Dodge & Cox 34. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc* 35. Sun Life Financial Inc 36. Standard Life plc 37. CNCE 38. Nomura Holdings Inc 39. The Depository Trust Company 40. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance 41. ING Groep NV 42. Brandes Investment Partners LP 43. Unicredito Italiano SPA 44. Deposit Insurance Corporation of Japan 45. Vereniging Aegon 46. BNP Paribas 47. Affiliated Managers Group Inc 48. Resona Holdings Inc 49. Capital Group International Inc 50. China Petrochemical Group Company
Views: 5071 2012 РАССВЕТ
Shared Value Insights: UBS's Erika Karp on Delivering Shareholder Value
 
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In a brief interview on shared value, Erika Karp of UBS shares her insights on delivering shareholder value. Learn more at www.fsg.org.
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EFCC EXPOSES UK BANK HSBC FOR MONEY LAUNDERING WITH ABACHA
 
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EFCC Slams UK Bank HSBC For Predicting Buhari's Failure by ebusnwaoma: 5:08pm Just like the Presidency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has also slammed UK Bank, HSBC for saying that the second term of President Muhammadu Buhari would stunt the economy. While the EFCC is expected to act independently without political interference, the agency stated that the UK bank, HSBC, which is Europe’s largest by total asset, was synonymous with money laundering. The tweet on the commission's official handle reads; ‘The Story of HSBC’, the anti-graft agency said over $100m was laundered by the bank on behalf of Abacha. “The HSBC bank is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world. The HSBC’s international network comprises around 7, 500 offices in over 80 countries and territories in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa. “Since inception, HSBC is synonymous with money laundering and has paid billions of US dollars in fines across the world. “In Nigeria the bank laundered more than $100m for the late dictator, General Sani Abacha, in Jersey, Paris, London and Geneva. The bank is also involved with laundering proceeds of corruption for over 50 Nigerians including a serving Nigerian senator. “Part of Abacha’s assets yet to be recovered are: $12m in HSBC Fund Admin Ltd with account number S-104460 in Jersey; $20m in HSBC Life (Europe) with account number 37060762 in the UK and $1.6m in HSBC Bank Plc with account number 38175076 in the UK. “We shall not rest until every penny belonging to the Federal Republic of Nigeria is repatriated to Nigeria as to improve the lives of the people.”
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A profile on the Wealth and Investment Management Programme at Barclays by Lauren Garey
 
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"Mentoring has been the highlight of my time here thus far. I have two fantastic mentors. They help to challenge me, to help me set my goals, to think about what I could be doing differently" Success for me at Barclays is two-fold - one is personal and one is longer term. On a personal basis it's building up a network internally and externally of stakeholders who respect me, who value my input and really see the tangible difference that I'm making in their life. On a longer term basis it's really being a steward of the Barclays brand, making sure that I'm working really hard to make Barclays a better place, so, as a grad, making the Graduate Programme better for coming years
Timberland Securities Investment plc - 30 sec Branding TVC
 
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We have just launched our newly produced branding commercial for 2018 / 2019 ....for 5 years, we have been looking after your finances here in Malta - Know that you’ve made a healthy investment - Timberland Securities Investment plc
Equities in 100 seconds: UBS AG | 05 February 2014
 
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James Chappell, analyst at Berenberg, on UBS AG: "Capital return the next stage"
UBS on United Spirits' Q4 results
 
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Sunita Sachdev, executive director (equity research) at UBS says United Spirits' Q4 net was hit due to provisions of Rs 4,321 crore. Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video?yt
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Банк Англии повысил ставку
 
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Британская торгово-промышленная плата назвала решение "несвоевременным".… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ : http://ru.euronews.com/2018/08/02/bank-of-england-raises-interest-rate euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews
Robert Scanlon, Bright Advisor
 
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Bright: Financial Services on the Blockchain Bright Advisor: Robert Scanlon, Former Group Chief Credit Officer and Chief Risk Officer at Standard Chartered Bank, Swiss Bank Plc and UBS I started work early 70s, joining a clearing bank in the UK. That brought me experience of retail, and some domestic and lending positions, which set me up really for moving on to a different element and a higher level of risk. More down side, but more fun. I moved into the corporate area. Having worked for Midland. I moved on to HSBC. I ran HSBC’s risk business in the UK. And went on to go and work with them in other areas as well. During that time, I got to learn enough about the business, such that when I joined the Swiss banks in risk functions, it was about maximising business. And how much business can you get done safely, well and well remunerated. So please understand, it’s about getting maximum business - safely. I’ve worked in a lot of emerging markets and unless you can do small and keep information current and accurate it’s very hard for people in a poor country to be able to get finance. So microfinance, small lending is the way to go, but it has higher losses and less transparency. So finding something that puts information in a provable form will help both the borrower and the lender. In addition to that, you can’t afford to have a very expensive control process around something you only make a small amount of money on. So you have to be large. It has to be about how you create the best opportunities for people in the safest environment, both for the investors and the people themselves. And the impact, because it’s incremental in hundreds of percent will have an impact on every economy. Not in time, because it takes time for businesses to grow. But in the outcome for those people and those markets. And that, at the end of my career would be something I would dearly love to achieve. Visit us to learn more: brightnetwork.io Connect with us on Telegram: https://t.me/brightnetwork Follow up on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_brightnetwork Connect with Robert Scanlon: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-scanlon-9930a419/
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Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC "a long way off from being an attractive investment"
 
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RBS remains 73%-owned by the British tax-payer so many of us will be distressed to learn it lost £469mln in the third quarter, and it has not made an annual profit since 2007. The company is still paying for the legacy issues dating all the way back to the financial crisis of the last decade, Helal Miah of The Share Centre, tells Proactive Investors, but there could be a sliver of light at the end of the tunnel. “I think the latest set of quarterly numbers, when you look at the operating line, it is actually quite encouraging,” the research analyst said. “It made an operating profit in the third quarter of £1.3bn, and that’s the best since round about 2014, and if you take the last seven quarters, an average of a billion each quarter in operating profit,” Miah noted. “The other thing is, the company has been restructuring, costs have been coming down, and they’ve made cost reductions to the amount of £695mln this time around, and they’re on target, they say, for £800mln for the full year,” Miah pointed out. The low net interest margins are going to hurt them, but that’s a problem for the whole sector, Miah said. The bad news is that Miah does not seem any end to skeletons rattling around in the closet, with the big one likely to be the mortgage mis-selling scandal in the US. “It’s still a long way off from being an attractive investment. We’re not going to get a dividend payment – not for a while, anyway- and the government still owns a substantial proportion of the business. We’ve got this mortgage mis-selling issue, ongoing issues of further litigation charges and fines, and we’ve got this Williams & Glyn issue that hasn’t been sold off, or they haven’t managed to ring-fence it off,” he warned.
MI Summit 2013 - London: Global Overview: Is Confidence Returning?
 
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Speakers: Willem Buiter, CBE, Chief Economist, Citi Ann Cairns, President, International Markets, MasterCard Ed Daniels, Chairman, Shell UK; Executive Vice President, Downstream Technology, Royal Dutch Shell Alexander Friedman, Global Chief Investment Officer, UBS AG Tidjane Thiam, Group CEO, Prudential Plc Moderator: Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor and Columnist, Financial Times The Great Recession is shrinking in the rear-view mirror - and the relief is palpable. Economic prospects in the United States seem to be brightening, with GDP growth expected to surpass 3 percent next year. And while China's expansion no longer dazzles, it remains robust. Even Japan has enjoyed a short-term boost. Yet amid the inconsistency - some might say lethargy - of the recovery, investors remain noticeably nervous. Some regions are still grasping for growth, such as Europe. And some up-and-coming countries once considered both safe and vibrant, e.g., Turkey and Brazil, have seen political turmoil that raises questions about their futures. What will central banks do in the coming months - will they modify their activist stance? Will the Middle East heat up even further in 2014? And with its own energy boom, does the West still care? Are other emerging markets still alluring? How will innovation and public policy shape the next waves in health and technology? Our opening plenary will set the stage for the Summit by examining these and other consequential challenges and trends.
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35 FOREIGN Banks Got Bailed Out By The Fed!
 
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One may be forgiven to believe that via its FX liquidity swap lines the Fed only bailed out foreign Central Banks, which in turn took the money and funded their own banks. It turns out that is only half the story: we now know the Fed also acted in a secondary bail out capacity, providing over $350 billion in short term funding exclusively to 35 foreign banks, of which the biggest beneficiaries were UBS, Dexia and BNP. Since the funding provided was in the form of ultra-short maturity commercial paper it was essentially equivalent to cash funding. In other words, between October 27, 2008 and August 6, 2009, the Fed spent $350 billion in taxpayer funds to save 35 foreign banks. And here people are wondering if the Fed will ever allow stocks to drop: it is now more than obvious that with all banks leveraging the equity exposure to the point where a market decline would likely start a Lehman-type domino, there is no way that the Brian Sack-led team of traders will allow stocks to drop ever... Until such time nature reasserts itself, the market collapses without GETCO or the PPT being able to catch it, and the Fed is finally wiped out in one way or another. The 35 companies in question: UBS Dexia SA BNP Paribas Barclays PLC Royal Bank of Scotland Group Commerzbank AG Danske Bank A/S ING Groep NV WestLB Handelsbanken Deutsche Post AG Erste Group Bank AG NordLB Free State of Bavaria KBC HSH Nordbank AG Unicredit HSBC Holdings PLC DZ Bank AG Republic of Korea Rabobank Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Banco Espirito Santo SA Bank of Nova Scotia Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd. Syngenta AG Mitsui & Co Ltd Bank of Montreal Caixa Geral de Depósitos Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Shinhan Financial Group Co Ltd Mitsubishi Corp Aegon NV Royal Bank of Canada Sumitomo Corp
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A Banking Career in Hong Kong – Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun (Part 2)
 
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Topic: Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) Practitioner Lectures Series: A Banking Career in Hong Kong – Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun (Part 2) Featuring: Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive Asia-Pacific, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited and Adjunct Professor, Department of Marketing, CUHK Business School Introduction: Co-organized by the Financial Services Development Council (FSDC) and the CUHK Business School, the FSDC's Practitioner Lecturers Series brought you a seminar entitled "A Banking Career in Hong Kong", featured Mr. Peter Wong Tung Shun, on 29 May 2015. Wong began his banking career in 1980 and he held a number of positions over the following years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, an MBA in Marketing and Finance and an MSc in Computer Science. Apart from being a veteran banker, Wong also serves a number of public, professional and charitable bodies, and was Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Banks. In this video, Wong will interact with students and deepen their understanding towards the various aspects of banking career.
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Corporate Portrait: The Economic Might of Barings Bank
 
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Corporate finance adviser Charles Sebag-Montefiore looks at how the Baring banking family, which helped issue bonds for the Louisiana Purchase, began accumulating wealth and art. Full video available for free at: http://fora.tv/2013/03/02/the_barings_a_dynasty_of_art_collectors
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Andrew Buxton BARCLAYS PLC + RBS COUTTS BANK City of London Police Biggest Case
 
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MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS: The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft offshore tax fraud bribery case has disclosed that the First Senior Treasury Counsel Mark Heywood QC along with the First Treasury Counsel Sir James Eadie QC are confronting major criminal allegations of money laundering offshore tax fraud obstruction and bribery on an industrial scale in this case of international importance. Sources have confirmed that the City of London law firm Slaughter & May former partner Lucy Wylde until quite recently was based at HM Treasury in the capacity as General Counsel reporting to Sir James Eadie QC during what is known to have been yet another bungled attempt to shield herself from criminal prosecution in this case spanning three continents. Scotland Yard leaked sources have disclosed that the criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files have explicitly “named” the Slaughter & May former partner Lucy Wylde as Gerald Carroll’s personal legal adviser and consequently is universally regarded as a “central actor” in the co-ordinated break-up and fraudulent liquidation of major operating divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation Trust industrial empire. UK Companies House leaked sources have said that Slaughter & May “in concert” with the PwC and Ernst & Young accounting firms fraudulently incorporated a bewildering array of twenty eight forged and falsified “name-switch dummy” Carroll Trust Corporations which were effectively utilised as a corporate diversionary smokescreen for the embezzlement of a staggering two hundred and fifty million dollars of the Carroll Foundation Trust huge treasury investment holdings. In a stunning twist American and British media reports on the case have revealed that Scotland Yard continues to retain the “closely connected” Kent Police Service charge sheet files which concern Gerald Carroll’s multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse and Westminster residences in central London which were the subject of multiple fraudulent seizure offences. It is further understood that the dossiers contain a shocking forensic evidential paper trail surrounding the systematic break-ins burglaries and theft of the entire contents of the properties which included the priceless Oxford University Carroll Institute Trust US Anglo-Irish Scottish Russian national treasures collections. The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Headquarters Washington DC and the Metropolitan Police Service Scotland Yard London under the supervision of the Commissioner Cressida Dick QPM who is known to have an intimate knowledge of this case which stretches the globe. International News Networks: http://news-carrolltrust.com
Fundamental disconnect: What’s driving markets?
 
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Georges Batrouni, Middle East Desk Manager at ActivTrades explains why traditional, text-book fundamentals have lost ground in the recent years. Batrouni sheds light on why the BOE will have a rough time raising rates despite rising inflationary pressures, but discourages the popular thinking that the central banks have lost credibility. The segment is hosted by TIP TV Presenter Zak Mir and Mike Ingram, Strategist at BGC Partners. All financial products traded on margin carry a high degree of risk to your capital. ActivTrades PLC is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, registration number 434413. This video is for information purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect the view of ActivTrades PLC. Any forecasts given are not a reliable indicator of future performance and the decision to act on any ideas and suggestions presented is at the sole discretion of the viewer.
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Lloyds 'delivered on all fronts' - ETX Capital's Neil Wilson
 
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Neil Wilson, senior market analyst at ETX Capital gives his view on performance at Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON:LLOY) for the first three months of 2017. Shares jumped over 3% higher after first-quarter profits beat market expectations, with the lender also saying it is on track to hit full-year guidance despite any worries over Brexit and further conduct issues.
US dollar outlook ahead of OPEC and UK bank stress tests - 24 November 2017
 
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Michael looks at the performance of the US dollar and looks ahead to the latest OPEC meeting and UK bank stress tests. Get the latest daily analysis on products such as US30, UK100, Japan225, USD/JPY, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, Crude oil and Gold via our CMC TV playlist. CMC Markets is a global leader in online trading, offering spread betting and Contracts for Difference (“CFDs”). Learn how to spread bet and how to trade CFDs with our variety of educational videos on trading strategies. Trade the financial markets such as currencies, commodities, indices, shares and treasuries. http://www.cmcmarkets.co.uk/ Riskwarning: This video is for general information only and is not intended to provide trading or investment advice or personal recommendations. Any information relating to past performance of an investment does not necessarily guarantee future performance. CMC shall not be responsible for any loss that you incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information in this video. Please remember spread betting and trading CFDs carries significant risks and may not be suitable for all investors. Losses can exceed your deposits.
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Tip TV Morning Meeting: Focus on GBP/USD & EUR/GBP
 
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Independent Market Analyst Matt Brown says as Brexit begins the focus is likely to be on the GBP/USD and EUR/GBP pair. Brown also talks about a report from the UBS, which says Le Pen victory in French elections could yield a 35% drop in Euro stocks and a 10% tumble in Euro. Corporate news - Tesco, Acacia Mining, Saga PLC, Stagecoach Group, TUI, DX Group, Circle Holdings Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. The Tip TV Daily Finance Show covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, futures and options. Guests share their high conviction market opportunities, covering fundamental, technical, inter-market and quantitative analysis, with the aim of demystifying financial markets for viewers at home. See More At: www.tiptv.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
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In Business - India Not In A Good Place At All: Bhanu Baweja
 
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"I'm surprised that India has not been downgraded yet," says Bhanu Baweja of UBS Investments. He does not think India will achieve its fiscal deficit target of 4.8% unless the government cuts its planned expenditure. "There are some positives, exports are rising and a good monsoon will boost rural consumption," he says, adding that growth can improve only modestly from current levels.
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END FED: European Banks Borrowing From The Federal Reserve
 
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http://www.bloomberg.com/video/64952570/ End the federal reserve! Biggest Borrowers Of Federal Reserve 1. Barclays Bank: $232B (UK) 2. Bank Of America: $212B (US) 3. Royal Bank Of Scotland: $181B (UK) 4. Societe Generale: $124B (FR) 5. Dresdner Bank: $123B (DE) Commercial Dept Sellers To Commercial Paper Funding Facility 6 of top 11 of sellers were European banks. Sold combined $274.1 billion. UBS sold $74.5--the most. Fed Names Recipients of $3.3 Trillion in Crisis Aid December 01, 2010, 1:58 PM EST By Craig Torres and Scott Lanman Support Companies The data detail the breadth of central bank support that reached beyond banks to companies such as General Electric Co., which accessed a Fed program 12 times for a total of $16 billion in commercial paper. Lawmakers demanded disclosure, over the Fed's initial objections, as U.S. central bankers pushed beyond their traditional role of backstopping banks. The Fed bought short-term IOUs from corporations, risky assets from Bear Stearns and more than $1 trillion in U.S. housing debt. UBS, Fed Powers Other UBS, Switzerland's largest bank, was the biggest borrower from the Commercial Paper Funding Facility, tapping the program 11 times for $74.5 billion. The emergency programs included the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility, which has supported billions of dollars in credit to small businesses, credit card borrowers, and students, and the Term Auction Facility, which helped banks get cheaper funding. Bernanke pushed the boundaries of the Fed's powers, using section 13(3) of the Federal Reserve Act, which allowed the central bank to aid non-banks under "unusual and exigent circumstances." In some facilities, the Fed engaged in non- recourse lending, meaning it loaned against collateral alone and took a greater risk of loss. http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-12-01/fed-names-recipients-of-3-3-trillion-in-crisis-aid.html Federal Reserve May Be `Central Bank of the World' After UBS, Barclays Aid By Bradley Keoun and Hugh Son - Dec 1, 2010 9:00 PM PT Borrowers Fed spreadsheets showed the central bank became the world's lender of last resort as dollars flowed to European banks as well as Bank of America Corp. and Wells Fargo & Co., among top borrowers from the Term Auction Facility at $45 billion each. Goldman Sachs Group Inc., which posted record profit last year, borrowed more than $24 billion from another program. Milwaukee-based Harley-Davidson Inc. and Fairfield, Connecticut- based General Electric Co. sold commercial paper, a form of short-term debt, to the Fed under a program that lent as much as $348.2 billion at its peak. Private Frims Three of the top seven borrowers under the CPFF program were private firms. New York-based Hudson Castle received $53.3 billion in aggregate, BSN Holdings took $42.8 billion, and Liberty Hampshire Co., a unit of Guggenheim Partners LLC, drew $41.4 billion, Fed data show. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-12-02/federal-reserve-may-be-central-bank-of-the-world-after-ubs-barclays-aid.html
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