Financial Management, Security and Compliance

Climate-Related Financial Risk

February 1, 2023

Climate-Related Financial Risk
Climate-related financial risk has become a prominent theme that is high on the agenda of U.S. and European policymakers and regulators. A number of these organizations have publicly declared climate-related risk a potential threat to global financial stability, and many have published formal consultations related to this topic. 

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Guggenheim Partners

Guggenheim Partners is a global investment and advisory firm with more than $290 billion in assets under management as of 06.30.2017. We have a track record of delivering results through innovative solutions across our three primary businesses of investment management, investment banking, and insurance services. With more than 2,300 professionals based in more than 25 offices in six countries, our commitment is to advance the strategic interests of our clients and to deliver long-term results with excellence and integrity. Our Heritage Our history stems from Guggenheim Brothers, the Guggenheim family business dating back to the late 1800s. Guggenheim Partners began with the mission of creating exceptional value for our clients by applying the principles that made the Guggenheim family one of the most successful innovators, investors, and business managers in American history. These principles entail engaging highly talented people, challenging them to think creatively, and encouraging

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whitePaper | August 8, 2022

We have built a platform that can address the constraints of conventional financial institutions through the use of technological innovation. We see cryptocurrency as a means of the future and a catalyst for the creation of an open financial system. An open financial system should not be controlled by any country or company. It is the best way to bring more economic freedom, innovation, efficiency and equal opportunities to the world.

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Credit-as-a-Service: Connecting customers and lenders to drive value

whitePaper | July 26, 2022

For a very long time, incumbent banks/financial institutions have remained the pillars or stalwarts of the banking industry. Be it a retail consumer or a business, banks have remained a one-stop solution for all their financial needs. However, financial institutions have had their fair share of challenges in the past decade, which have ultimately trickled down towards the end consumer and revolutionized banking as we know it.

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Decentralized Finance (DeFi): Foundations, Applications, Potentials, and Challenges

whitePaper | July 15, 2022

Since the inception of Bitcoin in 2008, financial markets have seen a sharp increase in market capitalization for various blockchain-based assets in recent years. Yet, Bitcoin still represents the most popular cryptocurrency, with a market capitalization amounting to approximately USD 370 billion as of mid 2022. The recent phenomenon of blockchain-based applications such as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and the emergence of decentralized finance (DeFi) have also contributed to the mushrooming of digital assets. In particular, DeFi has experienced tremendous momentum, with cryptocurrency investments locked to the Ethereum blockchain exceeding USD 100 billion by the end of 2021. DeFi has witnessed a rapid increase in market value in 2021, accompanied by a growing user base and the emergence of new, innovative use cases. Against this backdrop, we believe that exploring and developing a comprehensive understanding of DeFi marks a worthwhile endeavor.

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The digital drive to replace the passport in financial services

whitePaper | February 17, 2020

Despite the onward march of technology, especially in the financial services sector, methods of authentication and identity confirmation appear to be falling behind the curve. While biometrics may be making inroads into the industry, the passport and the paper document remain the dominant way that many organizations authenticate their users via know your customer (KYC) checks and controls, which have become an ever-more important factor in a banks’ success.

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TOP 5 DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION CHALLENGES INWEALTH MANAGEMENT

whitePaper | January 24, 2020

Although the wealth management industry is in agreement on the importance of digital innovation, few organizations manage to achieve any business value from their transformation initiatives. This is because most wealth management firms pursue digital transformation as a feature selection exercise, implementing stop-gap solutions that address a pressing need to keep up with competitors or consumer trends. As a result, firms are left with digital capabilities that are basic, disconnected and insufficient to meet clients’ needs.

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FlashSpread cloud: The future of financial analysis

whitePaper | July 10, 2023

Spreading tax returns is an essential task in commercial lending. As part of the process of standardizing information from financial statements into a consistent layout and format, it ultimately enables lenders to understand the story of a business through its numbers.

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Guggenheim Partners

Guggenheim Partners is a global investment and advisory firm with more than $290 billion in assets under management as of 06.30.2017. We have a track record of delivering results through innovative solutions across our three primary businesses of investment management, investment banking, and insurance services. With more than 2,300 professionals based in more than 25 offices in six countries, our commitment is to advance the strategic interests of our clients and to deliver long-term results with excellence and integrity. Our Heritage Our history stems from Guggenheim Brothers, the Guggenheim family business dating back to the late 1800s. Guggenheim Partners began with the mission of creating exceptional value for our clients by applying the principles that made the Guggenheim family one of the most successful innovators, investors, and business managers in American history. These principles entail engaging highly talented people, challenging them to think creatively, and encouraging

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