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Offering market-leading research, proprietary pricing data and analytics, and trade execution across multiple asset classes, including credit, equities and FX.

Episodes

  • Leaving LIBOR Part III: SOFR First

    29/06/2021 Duration: 17min

    In this podcast episode, we discuss the latest developments in the transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) to the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) and SOFR First, the upcoming July 26th date in which interdealer trading conventions switch from LIBOR to SOFR for USD linear interest rate swaps. Thomas Pluta, J.P. Morgan’s global head of linear rates trading, and Chris Palmer, head of J.P. Morgan’s LIBOR transition program, join J.P. Morgan’s Luis Asturizaga to discuss what to expect as we approach SOFR First and what’s next for SOFR Term Rates and the Credit Sensitive Rate.   This podcast was recorded on June 21st 2021.   The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase and Co or its affiliates. Collectively JP Morgan. This communication is provided for information purposes only. JP Morgan normally makes a market and trades as principal insecurities, other financial products and other asset classes that may be discussed in this for additional dis

  • FICC Market Structure: What Could Shape Access to Liquidity?

    19/05/2021 Duration: 14min

    The availability of liquidity remains the top concern for traders according to the 2021 J.P. Morgan FICC e-Trading survey. Which macro-structural developments, execution trends and regulatory initiatives could shape how market participants interact and access liquidity? In this podcast episode, Kate Finlayson, global head of FICC Market Structure, sits down with her team, Barnaby Hodgkins and Meridy Cleary, to discuss a few of these key drivers, including ESMA’s final report on organized trading facilities, liquidity dynamics post Brexit, US Treasury market structure reform and the development of digital assets.   The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of J.P. Morgan Chase and Company and its affiliates (together “J.P. Morgan”), and do not constitute research, a recommendation, advice, or an offer or a solicitation to buy or sell any security or financial instrument.  Referenced products and services in this podcast may not be suitable for you and may not be available in a

  • Global Equities Market Structure Q1 2021 Update

    08/05/2021 Duration: 21min

    In this podcast episode, Joanna Martin, head of Global Liquidity Solutions and co-Head of EMEA Equities Execution Services sales hosts a conversation with our global equities market structure specialists in the United States, Asia and EMEA.   In this session, the team highlights the main trends and events taking place in the market structure space during the first quarter of 2021, including the global growth in retail participation, Brexit, and some of the key regulatory initiatives that are expected to reshape the execution landscape across the various regions.   The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase and Company, and its affiliates, together J.P. Morgan, and do not constitute research, or recommendation, advice or an offer or a solicitation to buy or sell any security or financial instrument. Reference products and services in this podcast may not be suitable for you and may not be available in all jurisdictions. J.P. Morgan may make markets and trade

  • Capital Advisory Group Part IV: The Future of ESG Investing

    05/02/2020 Duration: 14min

    77% of managers said they didn’t know or didn’t think that ESG provided any alpha opportunities, according to a recent client study on ESG by the Capital Advisory Group. In this podcast episode, Kumar Panja, head of J.P. Morgan’s EMEA Capital Advisory Group discusses application and future of ESG investing with guest-speakers Jason Mitchell, the co-head of Responsible Investment at Man Group plc, and Michael Weinberg, head of Hedge Funds and Alternative Alpha Hedge Fund Investments at APG Asset Management US Inc. Mitchell and Weinberg share their insights on where we are headed with ESG investing and the potential for alpha opportunities.   The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates. This communication is provided for information purposes only. JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates (collectively, J.P. Morgan) normally make a market and trade as principal in securities, other financial products and other asset classes that may be discuss

  • Capital Advisory Group Part III: A view from U.S. Public Pensions on Alternative Investments

    06/11/2019 Duration: 16min

    How have U.S. Public Pensions’ investments into alternatives shifted in recent years? In this podcast episode, Danielle Kaul from our Capital Advisory Group explores this recent shift with guest-speakers Laura Lincoln, senior portfolio manager at Utah Retirement Systems (URS), and Jason Rector, senior analyst at State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB).  Lincoln and Rector discuss their asset allocation and share their insights on recent industry trends.  The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates. This communication is provided for information purposes only. JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates (collectively, J.P. Morgan) normally make a market and trade as principal in securities, other financial products and other asset classes that may be discussed in this communication. For additional disclaimers and regulatory disclosures, please consult: https://www.jpmorgan.com/disclosures/salesandtradingdisclaimer. This communication is provi

  • Capital Advisory Group Part II: The Evolution of the Endowment Model

    18/09/2019 Duration: 18min

    Our Capital Advisory Group speaks with over 180 endowments and foundations across the globe with an average of $5.6 billion in assets under management. Monica Issar, global head of J.P. Morgan Wealth Management’s Multi-Asset and Portfolio Solutions, leads an in-depth discussion on the endowment model and how it has evolved over time. Monica is joined by Meredith Jenkins, chief investment officer for Trinity Wall Street, and Kim Lew, vice president and chief investment officer for Carnegie Corporation of New York, to share their experiences. This podcast was recorded on July 10th, 2019. The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates. This communication is provided for information purposes only. JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates (collectively, J.P. Morgan) normally make a market and trade as principal in securities, other financial products and other asset classes that may be discussed in this communication. For additional disclaimers and

  • Leaving Libor Part II: Benchmark Reform Around the World

    26/06/2019 Duration: 31min

    The transition away from the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is a global phenomenon that has the financial industry mobilizing ahead of a looming 2021 deadline. In aggregate, $400 trillion in assets across currencies including the British pound, Japanese yen, Swiss franc, euro and U.S. dollar need to migrate towards new benchmarks for short-term borrowing costs. In this episode, we cover benchmark reform in Europe, the United Kingdom, Switzerland and Japan. When is LIBOR actually going away? What actions are being taken across the globe? What approaches are different regions taking and will this lead to market fragmentation? To discuss: J.P. Morgan’s Charles Bristow, global head of Rates, Fixed Income Financing, Credit Portfolio Trading, and Markets Resource Management, Chris Palmer, who leads the firm-wide LIBOR transition program and Cyprien Decoux, head of Rates Structuring EMEA. This podcast was recorded on May 23rd, 2019. The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorg

  • Capital Advisory Group: What is the role of hedge funds today?

    29/05/2019 Duration: 18min

    Our Capital Advisory Group brings you their latest podcast episode following the results of our 2019 Institutional Investor Survey, Kenny King, Head of J.P. Morgan’s Americas Capital Advisory Group, leads an in-depth discussion on hedge fund trends we expect to see in 2019. Kenny is joined by Paul Zummo, Chief Investment Officer at J.P. Morgan Alternative Asset Management, and Michael Gubenko, Global Head of Hedge Fund Due Diligence for J.P. Morgan Global Wealth Management. This podcast was recorded on March 14th, 2019. The views in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates. This communication is provided for information purposes only. JPMorgan Chase & Co. or its affiliates (collectively, J.P. Morgan) normally make a market and trade as principal in securities, other financial products and other asset classes that may be discussed in this communication. For additional disclaimers and regulatory disclosures, please consult:  https://www.jpmorgan.com/d

  • Leaving LIBOR: A Landmark Transition to SOFR

    08/04/2019 Duration: 27min

    The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is set to be phased out within three years, creating arguably the biggest challenge facing global finance today. Moving away from a benchmark referenced in everything from consumer loans and mortgages to $190 trillion of interest rate derivatives has far reaching consequences. In the United States, J.P. Morgan has been providing leadership to develop a market around a new dollar reference rate called the Secured Overnight Financing Rate, or SOFR.  In this episode, we unpack the challenges ahead with guest-speaker Nadine Bates, mortgage-finance firm Fannie Mae’s Treasurer, and Sandie O’Connor, who has worked at J.P. Morgan for over 30 years and chaired the Alternative Reference Rates Committee (ARRC). O’Connor and Bates discuss why the ARRC selected SOFR as the U.S. dollar alternative reference rate, how to prepare for 2022, and issuance to date. Fannie Mae pioneered the market’s first ever SOFR securities. This podcast was recorded on February 15th, 2019. The views