Transcript: JP Morgan 19/08/2019 Introducing... LUNA X Brokerage for SpaceX USA, China, and India are three of the dominating World economies Elon Musk has set up a base on the moon Population increase to over 9 Billion with a gradient of over +2% / year Climate change Luna X is the official partner of Space X The World in 2044 2044 Who are we? Who We Are Brokers working as a subsidiary for Space X The one and only leading project towards colonizing the moon. We're working on giving the world a new place to live whilst healing our beautiful home Terra. Brand & Marketing Brand and marketing Mission statement: The colonization of the moon is an achievable and great goal; Luna X is your professional brokerage that allows your country's governments to obtain shares of the land on the moon. Landing page video for Luna X Video Product/Service Products Selling shares of the land on the moon. 1 share = 10 square miles 1.46 million of 10 square miles sections to be sold for a minimum price of $500,000 per 10 square miles Clients: Governments Clients & Stakeholders Clients & Stakeholders Stakeholders: UN SpaceX General population Head Quarters Data servers Satellites Buildings & Locations Buildings Satellites Cybersecurity System Blockchain Servers Technology Technology re-aligning our business with emerging technological trends creating a business model of the future exploiting emerging opportunities liaising with prospective clients in the most efficient manner Staff and values Staff Organization chart Estimated Set up Costs Costs Technology - $3.46 Billion Infrastructure - $2.5 Billion Staff - $200 Million (per year) Security - $100 Million Total = $6.3 Billion Profit & Loss P & L Net profit Possible loss on overheads BASED UPON THE ASSUMPTION THAT ALL SURFACE AREA OF MOON IS SOLD Net Profit Profits 14.6/10 = 1.46 (total number of available plots) 1.46M X 500,000 = $730 bn Commission = 5% Revenue = $36.5 bn PBT = $30.2 bn PAT = $26.4 bn Cyber attacks Natural Disasters Data leaks Monopoly of the moon Reputational risk Risks and solutions Risks Expand Our Trade Further Use of Luna Coin Future Products Future Plans
Transcript: Corporate Structure (Internal Element) London Whale Matt Zames (41) Chief Operating Officer Succession Tragedy How does JP MorganChase Stack Up? Corporate Structure (SWOT) Source: Financial Times Industry Fee Origination Jes Staley (55) Left for BlueMountain Capital Corporate Structure (Internal Elements) 2012 was an outstanding year for emerging market debt EM fixed income delivered high returns in 2012 Sovereigns in these markets are now seen as a flight-to-quality trade EM corporate bonds reached a milestone supply of $300 billion and the debt stock exceeded $1 trillion. EM debt remains intact. Ratings upgrade trends will continue into 2013. Sandy Weill Revenue Sources Mary Erdoes (45) Chief Executive of Asset Management Arm Dimon's risk management 'genius' Avoiding succession tragedy Shuffling of top management team signals potential chief executes puts them 'through the paces' so to speak Long-Term Strategic Outlook Moody's Downgrade Market Environment (External Elements) JP Morgan Chase Fast Facts Strategic Succession Strengths and Opportunities Low cost of funding Synergy and Cross Selling Shift towards commercial banking Weaknesses and Threats Managerial Diseconomies and risk Systemic Risk due to globalization Heidi Miller (58) Retired as President of International Operations Future of Investment Banking Daniel Pinto (49) Co-Chief of Corporate & Investment Bank Revenue and Net Income of Other Firms Executive Reshuffling given this bet on size, mishandling succession will be that much more dangerous CEO's often surrounded fortunately, Jamie Dimon's management foresight will be one of JPMorgan's key strengths Tighter regulatory environment = lower profits from certain 'risky' investment banking activities raised capital reserves & less leveraging Volcker Rule Emerging markets growth drives long term potential in commodities helps expand global capital market cap Uncertain sovereign risk = bearish bond market Jamie Dimon (Leadership Element) JP Morgan Around the World Who is JP Morgan Chase? Jamie Dimon (Leadership Elements) -Cost of doing business is going up -Firms are leaving -Short term: >Improve productivity -Long Term: >Cut non-core businesses >Regulations constrain bank's ability to invest >New Sources of Revenue Emerging Markets are vital in a period after recovering from hardship (Post Financial Crisis) have emerged Market Environment (External Environment) EMERGING MARKETS Market Environment (External Element) "...Let's be clear: Banks should not be big for the sake of being big. Moreover, regardless of a company's size, it must be well managed..." - Jamie Dimon FRAMEWORK FOR GLOBAL SUCCESS Popular Industry-Wide Products by Quarter Recent events and JP Morgan-2008 Crisis – “Too big to fail”: government bailout in the picture -> potential moral hazard does not have a visible presence on JPM bc of Jamie? -Consequences of the crisis: regulations•Basel III – more capital requirement (Morning Star’s report agrees that it’s not a problem); -> Return on equity decreases, but they still have positive EVA (Economic Value Added)•Dodd-Frank Act – Derivatives markets are affected (“Juicy spread driven down because of the required electronic platform)-> Volcker Rule = reducing risky activities (flow trading* decreases -> ROE decreases)* flow trading occurs when a firm trades stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities, their derivatives, or other financial instruments, with funds from a client, rather than its own funds The The Royal Court Doug Braunstein (50) Chief Financial Officer 8 offices opening next year 19 offices opened last year including office in Abu Dhabi broaden executive management pool broaden pool's lateral corporate experience shows foresight and confidence to investors simultaneous corporate restructuring signals an awareness of new market realities new merged corporate and investment business lines this new strategic approach hinges on JPMorgan's scale and diversification Michael Cavanagh (46) Co-Chief of Corporate & Investment Bank Big global businesses need big global banks Synergy integrated corporate and investment bank "strategic logic" save overhead costs Diseconomies of scale Risk management Restrutcturing reflects shift towards commercial banking Jamie Dimon Corporate Structure (Internal Elements) Jamie Dimon (Leadership Elements) JPM leader in emerging markets fixed income— from research to sales, trading and financing. Vast global footprint caters for different solutions. Servicing clients across origination, derivatives, trading, foreign exchange and research Business is a stand-alone unit organized globally, which enables the firm to respond quickly to meet local and international clients' increasingly complex needs Competitors got downgraded as well They choose to meet capital requirements (Basel III) before time to regain investor confidence -> internal capital generation + adjusting risk-weighted assets Being conservative in a volatile regulatory environment creates trust
Transcript: Executive Sumary Why we chose JP Morgan Basic Research Collected Reccomendations Would we invest in JP Morgan ourselves? 5 Year Spread Diversification Current Market Thank Your For Your Time Questions? How we did it European Debt Crisis - The Founder - Clients What we did Dim Sum Bonds - Merger Allowed us to gain insight into the operations of an investment bank. Our conclusions Apple - Forced Split Egyptian Revolution
Transcript: "Fat Cat" Syndrome Power-Hungry Man! Morgan was mostly interested in personal gain In 1912, the US House of Representatives opened an investigation on Morgan on the basis that his buisnesses were becoming a personal monopoly. Concentrated on gaining control of banks and insurance 1912, Morgan called to testify, accused of colluding to control American banking and industry Wanted to influence the majority of major companies Works Cited JP MORGAN By: Patrycja Bugajska Lauren Pierce Lauryn Wille Selfish Robber Baron! Selfish with Finances JP MORGAN= ROOSEVELT: THE ROBBER BARON BUSTER "Fat Cat"- someone that earns unreasonably high amounts of bonuses and a high salary Morgan and investors underwrote a $62 million bond issued from the US government Morgan and his investors only needed $62 million but asked for $100 Morgan became unpopular and unfavorable by the middle class Salary: $500,000 in 1871- unreasonably high Roosevelt drew his attention to Morgan Roosevelt served as a governor for New York but also focused on tracking down the abusers or robber baron of large businesses In response, Morgan and many other Robber Barons tried to make Roosevelt enter vice presidency quick in order to silence him. Vice presidency was a solution for the accusers to disappear, it served as a "modern witness protection program" for the Robber Barons to avoid being publicly called out Baker, Martin. "The Original Fat Cat and Robber Baron of His Time." The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group, 25 Oct. 2003. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. "J P Morgan." History. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2014. Peeler, Kelly J. "The Rise and Fall of J Pierpont Morgan." N.p., Apr. 2010. Web. 19 Feb. 2014. Simkin, John. "John Pierpont Morgan." : Biography. Spartacus Educational, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.
Transcript: Shared a Photo Work Experience Hartford, Connecticut Germany's prestigious University of Gottingen. he was a financier and a businessman he also opened a bank Photos like comment share like comment share Status Update his interests were art he loved art a lot. JP Morgan spent his money on art and sculptures. he donated his money to museums and riffles for the army. he treated his workers very well. he was a captain of industry. JP Morgan like comment share Education Lives In Shared a Link Interests
Transcript: JP Morgan and Chase Founded 1799 3rd largest deposit based banking institution in the US JP Morgan & Co merged with Chase in 2000. JP Morgan cause panic of 1907. The goal was to "encourage" citizens to demmand reforms that would favor the banks. "Acquisition" of Bear Sterns in 2008 Hostile Takeover $30 billion was given to JP Morgan by the Federal Reserve while only $25 billion was given to Bear Sterns. The split ensured that Bear Sterns might not be saved, but JP Morgan would still obtain all their assets. The money the Federal Reserve loaned came from taxpayers which means all of it might not be paid back since Bear Sterns eventually did go under. That's $55 billion of taxpayer money that won't get paid back. It's a business tactic call privatization of profit and socialization of risk. Bear Sterns had trouble in the first place because of false rumors concerning their liquidity spread causing stock prices to fall and partnerships to end. It is highly probable that these rumors were started by JP Morgan and Chase. It's similar to what JP Morgan did in 1907. JP Morgan and Chase is an enemy of free market capitalism; not surprising since JP Morgan has been buying out it's competition for a century in the disguise of mergers. Hostile Takeover
Transcript: Strategic Succession - Why is it a Leader? Corporate Structure (Internal Element) Citi Group #8 in Fortune 500 Continued... London Whale Matt Zames (41) Chief Operating Officer Succession Tragedy How does JP MorganChase Stack Up? Corporate Structure (SWOT) Source: Financial Times Industry Fee Origination Is a Global Investment Bank ! Jes Staley (55) Left for BlueMountain Capital Citigroup,Inc. Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc. UBS AG Deutsche Bank AG HSBC Holdings plc BNP Paribas SAPrivate UniCredit Bank Credit Suisse Group AG Selects SAP as an integral part of financial technology platform Selects mySAP ERP as a long term plan to improve finance platform. It helps to better analyze financial and also business performance Use of Big Data for more efficiency It requires advances in software hardware and the complete infrastructur. Bank is all about data Use of big data techniques efficiently helps clients to be more effective 2012 was an outstanding year for emerging market debt EM fixed income delivered high returns in 2012 Sovereigns in these markets are now seen as a flight-to-quality trade EM corporate bonds reached a milestone supply of $300 billion and the debt stock exceeded $1 trillion. EM debt remains intact. Ratings upgrade trends will continue into 2013. Mary Erdoes (45) Chief Executive of Asset Management Arm Dimon's risk management 'genius' Avoiding succession tragedy Shuffling of top management team signals potential chief executes puts them 'through the paces' so to speak Long-Term Strategic Outlook Sandy Weill JP Morgan Chase Fast Facts Strengths and Opportunities Low cost of funding Synergy and Cross Selling Shift towards commercial banking Weaknesses and Threats Managerial Diseconomies and risk Systemic Risk due to globalization Selects Open Horizon's Enterprise Middleware to Enhance Global Information Systems It helped to reorganize its complete computing infrastructure in open systems It also helps in integrating all its databases, applications and development tools Dependencies between various departments has reduced after implementing this Allowed professional and 3rd party vendors to concentrate on core responsibilities Technology at JP Morgan Heidi Miller (58) Retired as President of International Operations Future of Investment Banking Daniel Pinto (49) Co-Chief of Corporate & Investment Bank Moody's Downgrade Revenue and Net Income of Other Firms Executive Reshuffling Top Competitors Global Presence of JP Morgan Australia & New Zealand Bangladesh China Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Korea Malaysia Philippines Singapore Taiwan Thailand Vietnam Tighter regulatory environment = lower profits from certain 'risky' investment banking activities raised capital reserves & less leveraging Volcker Rule Emerging markets growth drives long term potential in commodities helps expand global capital market cap Uncertain sovereign risk = bearish bond market Canada Latin America Home Andean, Central America and Caribbean Regions Argentina Brazil Chile Mexico Other Issues of Global Importance – (Cyber Security) The Global Economy’s Impact on J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. GIS Decisions Jamie Dimon (Leadership Element) JP Morgan Around the World Who is JP Morgan Chase? Bank of America #12 om Fortune 500 JP Morgan’s strategy towards advancement in GIS The presence of JP Morgan across the globe is divided into 3 regions Asia Pacific Americas Europe, Middle East and Africa -Cost of doing business is going up -Firms are leaving -Short term: >Improve productivity -Long Term: >Cut non-core businesses >Regulations constrain bank's ability to invest >New Sources of Revenue Emerging Markets are vital in a period after recovering from hardship (Post Financial Crisis) Athena: cross market risk management and trading system Compute Backbone (CBB): Morgan’s grid computing infrastructure High performance compute program Morgan Direct: e-trading platform Intelligence engine: data management platform The Emerging Market Open Blotter is a web-based front end application that allows Emerging Market (EM) traders to trade many different EM products Jamie Dimon (Leadership Elements) have emerged Market Environment (External Environment) EMERGING MARKETS Europe, Middle East and Africa Use of Cloud Technology PaaS: platform as a service Chase deploys more than 2000 of its apps on cloud PaaS is currently used b 4 production data centers around the world Technology for Social Good •Cybersecurity is taken quite seriously within J.P. Morgan’s organization. New attacks on the well being of the American economy and theft of intellectual property have sparked reaction. •J. P. Morgan Chase spends, on average, each year $200 million and 600 employees to protect the organization and its customers from cyberwarfare and further ensures the safety and security of its data. •In addition to protecting the organization from the outside, J.P. Morgan Chase is closely monitoring threats from within or weaknesses
Transcript: He was considered the most famous financiers of all time His company became one of the leading financial firms in the country; it was so powerful the goverment asked the firm for help with the depression Forms Steel Buisiness Bibliography JP MORGAN "the man that formed US Steel" http://www.history.com/topics/john-pierpont-morgan Starts own Company Born: April 17, 1837 Died: March 31st, 1913 He was the most powerful banker. He helped bridge a In 1871, Morgan bought his own banking company, which later was known as JP Morgan & Co. -Today, JP Morgan is the biggest bank, with 2.4 trillion in Assets Most Famous Buys out Carnegie Misunderstood Picture John Pierpont Morgan Bridge?? -In the late 1900, Morgan bought out Carnegie's steel business. -Carnegie allows Morgan to buy him out for $492 million. Morgan creates US Steel and Carnegie becomes the richest man in the world. -Formed and helped a steel factory that later became one of the biggest in the country(US Steel) -Combined Andrew Carnegie's Carnegie Steel Company with Gary's Federal Steel Company and the National Steel Company for $492 million. (13.58 billion today)
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