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MARKETS AND ECONOMY

Paul Kasriel


Three-Minute Year-End Forecast

By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired), Northern Trust

Paul Kasriel offers a tight synopsis of the near-term outlook for U.S. employment, growth, inflation and Treasury rates.
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Paul Kasriel Jim McDonald
Winners and Losers - Coming Out of the Economic Downturn
By Paul Kasriel (Retired) and Leo Abruzzese
This session features Paul Kasriel, Northern Trust’s former Chief Economist and Leo Abruzzese, Editorial Director/Americas for the Economist Intelligence Unit. Together, they analyze lessons from the great historic downturns of the 1930s and 1970s, and how we can apply them to today’s environment.

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Bob Browne Jim McDonald
Looking Forward: Investing in the Post-Crisis Enviroment
By Bob Browne and Jim McDonald
Northern Trust Global Investment’s Chief Investment Officer, Bob Browne, and Chief Investment Strategist, Jim McDonald provide insights into our investment philosophy and asset allocation strategy as well as discuss potential challenges in the market and where they see upside opportunities for institutional investors.

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Paul Kasriel

Johnny One Note and the Green Shoots — Part 1
U.S. Economy Keeps Playing the Same Tune

Mixed Bags, Setting Suns and Competing Currencies — Part 2  Outlook for Eurozone, Japan and China

By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired), Northern Trust

The U.S. economy keeps playing the same tune. Whether it concerns growth, inflation/deflation or employment, as Paul Kasriel explains, it always gets back to bank credit. Paul shares some unconventional ideas to spur growth.
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Paul Kasriel trips across the continents, showing what drives the German export machine, how population impacts Japanese productivity, and why China is promoting the renminbi.
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Paul Kasriel
What News Do You Want First? Part 1 & Part 2
Video Podcast
By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired)
Hopeful signs and hidden landmines
The global recovery feels different, depending on where you are. Paul Kasriel, Northern Trust’s former Chief Economist, looks ahead at prospects for jobs and global growth — and some tripwires along the path.
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Paul Kasriel
Waking up in Recovery, part 2
Video Podcast
By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired)
What happens after the stimulus spending wears off? Northern Trust's former Chief Economist, Paul Kasriel, shares his prognosis on inflation, the U.S. dollar and the year ahead.

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Paul Kasriel
Waking up in Recovery, part 1
Video Podcast
By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired)
We've made it to recovery, but it won't be quick or easy. Paul Kasriel, Northern Trust's former Chief Economist, takes a fresh look at the economy, the headwinds we face, and future engines for global growth.

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Paul Kasriel
Coming out of the Downturn, part 2
Video Podcast
By Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist (Retired)
As we see glimmers of an exit from the recession, Paul examines evidence to answer the question, "Is the Worst Over?".

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ASSET MANAGEMENT


Portable Alpha

by John Krieg

Considering alternatives to traditional portfolio management? There has been considerable interest by Institutional Investors around portable alpha. Several factors have contributed to this interest; listen to find out more.

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The Pension Liability Equation/LDI

by Lee Freitag

Pension Plan sponsors in Europe and North America are looking for alternatives to traditional pension management strategies. A host of issues are prompting plan sponsors to seek out new solutions with the potential to relieve the pressure building on their funds. Listen to this podcast to find out more about trends in the use of liability driven investment strategies.

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The Top Five Myths of Transition Management

by Joe Martinez

Each year, institutional investors shuffle between $2 trillion and $2.5 trillion dollars among portfolios. Given the continued search for alpha and new funding and reporting requirements, most industry analysts expect the number of portfolio restructurings to increase. As the pace of fund restructurings continues to accelerate (due to these changes), it’s important to separate truth from the transition management myths.

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ASSET SERVICING

Aaron Overy
Retirement Readiness
DC Insights: Cross Border Pension Pooling
By Aaron Overy, Cross Border Pooling Specialist
Explore opportunities for multi-national employers to construct a single-platform, global, DC offering for employees in different countries.

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Annual European Conference 2009 Podcast
Annual European Conference Highlights
Back to Basics: A New Direction
October 2009
Watch the conference highlights which feature keynote speakers and highly topical discussions centred around the theme: Back to Basics: A New Direction.

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Mega-Trends in Institutional Investing

by Ray Carney

What global trends are transforming the asset servicing industry? Four key mega-trends are affecting institutional investors and investment managers. In this podcast, we examine all four trends and the environments in the United States and Europe that helped incubate each.

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UK REITS

by Penny Biggs

Real estate investment trusts, or REITs for short, are one of the most talked about and long-awaited investment vehicles on the United Kingdom investment scene. Find out what their arrival in 2007 really means for property companies and investors in the United Kingdom.

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Nordic Region Securities Market Consolidation

by Penny Biggs

Securities market consolidation in the Nordic region is well advanced. Amidst all the frenzied transatlantic activity between European and US stock exchanges, many have said that one voice has stood out as an advocate of reason and moderation.

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Cross-Border Pension Pooling Helps Multinationals Meet the Challenge of Globalization

by Kathy Dugan

Multinationals and investment managers who have interest in meeting the challenges of globalization will be interested in how Northern Trust has developed an innovative approach to cross border pension pooling, offering clients a unique solution to their needs.

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Global Pension Shift

Pension plans around the globe are adopting new investing mindsets and changing behaviors as they grapple with aging populations, funding issues and new regulations. This podcast is intended for institutional investors who want to learn more about how pension plans around the globe are responding to new pension funding laws and regulations, and the strategies - such as liability driven investing - that are being developed to deal with these issues.

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The 'Forced' Institutionalisation of the Hedge Fund Industry

by Penelope Biggs

With hedge fund stories constantly in the press, this podcast will be of interest to anyone who wants to find out more about the impact of inflows of institutional money on the hedge fund industry. Northern Trust seeks to explore the consequences that institutionalisation is having on investors and managers alike.

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