Seminars & Webinars
Seminars & Webinars
In our web seminars our experts will introduce you to the software in practice. Get to know all important functions and ask specifically - to whatever interests you. We give you the answers, understandable and applicable.
Requirements for participation
- PC/Notebook with internet
All investments/divestments can be analysed with their effect on the capital brought in by investors. All results need to be simulated under the heading of fund and investment management. The Value Net approach takes all cause-and-effect relationships into account from both cash flow and value development perspectives, regardless of the scale of the investment networks. Discover more about this transparent approach to managing complex investments.
Where does modern corporate planning start? Does it take all asset classes into account? Where does it end? At plan balances or consolidations? Wait and see. Corporate planning in the Value Net context integrates all asset and portfolio results as well as those from financial planning and value development forecasts – without media disruptions and interfaces. Simple, integrated access to all views – that is Value Net.
Bank demands for reporting and valid scenarios are increasing. Asset development statements in plans have no validity without additional statements on debt ratios, loan values, liability and debt servicing development. Asset development is a key factor in future net asset value statements. Finance management within the context of the Value Net begins with contract-specific loan and swap mapping.
Property management is becoming increasingly professional. Continuous data exchange in particular is one of the key criteria for successful partnership working. International exchange standards, portals and quality assurance processes provide the IT basis for it. Convince yourself of the possibilities for modern, networked environments.
It isn’t just in response to regulatory requirements that there’s a need for quicker, detailed statements on key issues relating to future asset development – banks and investors are also calling for them. How are assets growing in changed market conditions? Where are there risks and opportunities?
This creates enormous challenges for existing data management, mathematical models and the tools used. Substantial data volumes – often separate entities – need to be linked together, evaluated and interpreted. Data mining processes form the basis for knowledge discovery in databases.
Stress tests, sensitivity analyses and value development forecasts are the methods used to meet these challenges. We invite you to try out these solutions for yourselves live and then discuss them with experts.
The management of large portfolios began with qualitative scoring systems. What has since happened to the Markowitz model? How can generic strategies be used in everyday activities? How can top-down and bottom-up planning processes as well as area-specific forecasts simplify the budgeting process and provide the basis for modern controlling? Discover more about portfolio management as part of the value creation concept.