Outsourced Investment Management: Choosing the “Right” OCIO

Outsourced Investment Management: Choosing the “Right” OCIO A growing number of institutional investors are seeking to improve cost efficiency, governance, and investment decision-making by outsourcing their investment management to an outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO). In what Institutional Investor describes as an OCIO “earthquake,” assets under full or partial management by OCIOs have risen to over $1.6 trillion and are anticipated to exceed $2

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Disruption in Financial Services: Fintech Is Shaking Up The Sleepy World Of Trade Finance

Technology is touching every aspect of finance, transforming decades-old practices and redefining core tasks. In our new series, Disruption in Financial Services, we explore how new tools and technologies are changing the business of finance and reshaping how financial professionals do their jobs. Disruption in Financial Services Fintech Is Shaking Up The Sleepy World Of

By |2020-02-06T16:06:38+00:00July 18th, 2019|Finance, Learning Insights|0 Comments

Learning Trend 5: Wired for Speech

Learning Trend 5: Wired for Speech Each decade has brought with it a new interface to interact with our computers and electronic devices. Where once we typed into a command line beside a blinking green cursor, today we use a mouse with a visual graphical user interface or swipe, tap and pinch our commands into

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Learning Trend 4: Big Data and Learning Analytics

Learning Trend 4: Big Data and Learning Analytics Uncovering useful knowledge from the data we collect has been happening for some time now, at least since the 90s but when the term ‘Big Data’ entered the Oxford Dictionary in 2013, the ‘big’ that set this data apart referred to a volume, speed and complexity of

By |2020-02-06T16:18:23+00:00July 3rd, 2019|Corporate Learning|0 Comments