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☕️ No Morning Call de hoje, Henrique Esteter analisa uma abertura mista dos índices futuros norte-americanos, com mercado aguardando o Payroll após a desacelerações observada no JOLTS e ADP.O petróleo se recupera levemente, enquanto o minério de ferro avança.*Dentre os principais destaques: *(i) Alesp aprovou o projeto que autoriza a privatização da Sabesp após tumulto durante a sessão;(ii) Credit Suisse vende gestora de FIIs CSHG para o Pátria por R$ 650 milhões;(iii) GPA quer cortar 50% da alavancagem em um ano.
Is it better to be lucky or good? How much of a role does luck pay in investing? And how can you tell the difference between chance and skill? In this episode of At the Money, Barry Ritholtz discusses the issue with Michael J. Mauboussin. Mauboussin is Head of Consilient Research at Counterpoint Global, Morgan Stanley Investment Management. Previously, he was Director of Research at BlueMountain Capital, Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse, and Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ได้เสมอไป เหมือนกับ “Credit Suisse” สถาบันการเงินระดับโลกของประเทศสวิตเซอร์แลนด์ ที่ยุคหนึ่งเคยถูกมองว่า เป็นธนาคารทรงอิทธิพลที่สุดในโลก ทว่าความยิ่งใหญ่ของพวกเขา กลับถูกกัดกร่อนจากภายใน ด้วยการควบคุมภายในที่มีแต่แย่กับแย่ลง ความโลภของผู้บริหารที่ฉกฉวยผลประโยชน์จากลูกค้า การบริหารความเสี่ยงที่กระท่อนกระแท่น ซ้ำร้ายยังปล่อยให้ข้อมูลภายในรั่วไหล ซึ่งดันมีเอี่ยวกับอาชญากรระดับโลกอีก บทสุดท้ายของ Credit Suisse จึงต้องประสบกับมหันตภัยครั้งใหญ่ที่สุด เมื่อผู้ถือหุ้นเลือกที่จะไม่ยื่นมือเข้ามาช่วยเหลืออีกต่อไป จนถูกคู่แข่งคนสำคัญเข้าซื้อกิจการในเวลาต่อมา ปิดตำนานความยิ่งใหญ่ตลอด 167 ปี ที่เหลือไว้แค่เพียงเศษซากของวิกฤตให้เราได้ศึกษาและย้ำเตือนใจถึงการบริหารที่ผิดพลาดครั้งนี้ #SalmonPodcast #MoneyArmageddon #วันเงินตราวินาศ #DPA #สถาบันคุ้มครองเงินฝาก #พร้อมคุ้มครองเคียงข้างคุณ #CreditSuisse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For the sixth episode of "The Laws of Stan," I had the pleasure of discussing the intriguing topic of Mathematics in the Fintech Industry with Dr. Luba Schoenig, CEO, and Co-Founder of Umushroom, a Gen Z interactive investment selection platform. Throughout this episode, you will gain insight into how cutting-edge technological financial services are developed.
Iedereen wil terug in de tijd. Adyen wil dat beleggers stoppen met zeuren. Japan droomt van de jaren tachtig en wil de beste chipfabrieken op aarde bouwen. Warren Buffett zou zijn 157 miljard dollar liever investeren op jongere leeftijd. En Disney wil gewoon winst, net als vroeger. Natuurlijk praten we nog even over de hoogtepunten van de drie A's deze week. Waarom is ABN Amro zo somber over de economie, en waarom krijgen beleggers van ING wél een cadeautje van 2,5 miljard euro? Moeten beleggers in Adyen nou écht tevreden zijn met het charmeoffensief? En wat kan Ahold Delhaize nog doen om de Amerikaanse klanten te verleiden? Verder praten we over een cyberaanval op de grootste bank van China. De financiële markten kwamen zo in de knel dat medewerkers rond moesten met een USB-stick om gigantische transacties af te sluiten. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
◆ US RMBS sales in Europe: immigration or vacation? ◆ UBS AT1 makes nonsense of claims of investor fears ◆ The EU's last hurrah in the SSA marketConcorde and supersonic air travel may be the most famous things that were once yet are no longer transatlantic but the securitization market is another. Stringent regulations since the 2008 financial crisis have made cross-border business difficult. Relief came earlier this year when European regulators clarified what investors needed to do to hold overseas paper and since then business has started to flow.But it was another, more recent financial crisis that really stimulated the revival. US banks pulled back from parts of their domestic RMBS market after the banking crisis of the spring. Issuers have therefore found a willing audience of investors in Europe. It seems to suit both sides of the trade but doing that business is not without cost. We explain what has been going on and assess whether or not it will last.Another consequence of the banking crisis was the demise of Credit Suisse and the write-down of $17bn of its additional tier one (AT1) bonds. Some investors swore off the product as a result but this week, CS's new owner, UBS, built the largest ever order book for an AT1 deal. We discuss the reasons for the U-turn in sentiment and look into the deal pipeline.Also in the pipeline is the last big euro SSA syndication of the year, due from the EU next week. We talk about what sort of market the EU will find when it brings its deal, and moreover, what it tells us about the full scale resumption of issuance in January.If you thirst for more on securitization, track down Another Fine Mezz, GlobalCapital's weekly podcast dedicated to the market.
BLUE FRIDAY DR JONES (ATÉ 45% DE DESCONTO EM TODO SITE): https://drjones.com.br/collections/black-friday?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=influencerApós um evento desastroso para os negócios do pai na década de 1990, Christian Keleti (CEO da Alpha Key), então estudante de engenharia civil, começou a se interessar pelo mercado financeiro por influência de colegas e rapidamente começou a fazer seus primeiros trades. Com pouco dinheiro e muita vontade, a primeira oportunidade real no mercado surgiu após o encontro com um grande amigo que lhe abriu as portas de uma das maiores corretoras do Brasil naquela época, a Hedging-Griffo (corretora que deu origem ao lendário fundo Verde).Lá atuou durante muitos anos como broker e atendeu os maiores nomes do mercado brasileiro num momento de franca expansão da indústria de fundos e novos IPOs. Keleti se tornou sócio da Hedging-Griffo e atuou como responsável pela mesa de ações da corretora entre 2005 e 2010.Após a aquisição da HG pelo Credit Suisse, ficou por 5 anos como Senior Sales trader de Equities Latam, e em 2015 tornou-se Head de distribuição de ações do Credit Suisse no Brasil. Vendeu sua participação como sócio e quando já poderia estar pensando na sua aposentadoria resolveu continuar sua trajetória no mercado e montou sua própria gestora, a Alpha Key, e partiu pro outro lado do balcão.No episódio #70, além de contar com detalhes sua trajetória inspiradora no mercado, Keleti abordou com profundidade suas convicções de mercado e as teses atuais da Alpha Key — destaque para o trade de mais de 100% com GetNinjas (NINJ3). Episódio para quem gosta de história e quer saber o que está acontecendo agora nos mercados agora. Imperdível.Pegue papel e caneta e ouça mais de uma vez!Apresentação: Thiago Salomão (@_salomoney) e Matheus Soares (@maatsoares)Convidados: Christian Keleti, CEO da Alpha Key CapitalEdição: Bianca BarsottiAnuncie no Market Makers: https://sl.mmakers.com.br/mmk03t-conectar/ #CHRISTIANKELETI
Ivan Van de Cloot, hoofdeconoom van denktank Merito, vertelt in deze podcast meer over de risico's van de sterk gestegen rente.De obligatiemarkt is de thermometer van de economie. In de zomer van 2020 bereikte de rente op het tienjarig schatkistpapier de bodem van minder dan een halve procent. Ondertussen is die rente gestegen tot 4,6 procent. Die regimeverandering kan niet zonder gevolgen blijven.Dure kredieten vormen vooral een probleem voor KMO's. De waarde van woningen en commercieel vastgoed kan verminderen. Dat kan de stabiliteit van de banksector in gevaar brengen. In maart van dit jaar kwamen er al banken in de problemen, zoals Silicon Valley Bank in de Verenigde Staten en Credit Suisse in Europa.Volgens bepaalde berekeningen kan de impact van de huidige rentestijging groter zijn dan verwacht. Het is niet uitgesloten dat de gevolgen van de hogere rente tot een recessie zullen leiden. Centrale bankiers moeten dus de financiële stabiliteit bewaken om een crisis te vermijden.Support the show
In 2016, Molly Howard, Valerie Macaulay and Meredith Melling launched the fashion brand La Ligne determined to do fashion and business differently. For their part, Macaulay and Melling had been Vogue editors for years and had grown tired of brands "that felt like they had to reinvent themselves season after season," according to Howard. Meanwhile, Howard had spent a couple of years working long hours in investment banking for Credit Suisse. At the time, she'd decided that, when her time came to run a company, she'd give everyone a voice by doing away with traditional hierarchies. What's more, she'd start the workday at 10 a.m. Now CEO of La Ligne, Howard's made good on those promises, she said on the latest episode of the Glossy Podcast. And Macaulay and Melling have successfully disrupted the fashion system by fulfilling their desire for a "timeless, democratic" brand. La Ligne's pieces center on the classic stripe pattern, yet the brand offers plenty of versatility — it even sells denim. Howard, Macaulay and Melling were first introduced after a common acquaintance noticed that they were all consulting brands but in very different ways: Howard was offering business assistance, while Macaulay and Melling were supporting creative teams. Since coming together to launch La Ligne, their complementing strengths have served the business well. For one, the brand just launched its fifth retail location, in Marin County, California, plus it's currently expanding internationally. And, it's worth noting, its styles were “Anna Wintour's preferred Covid attire,” said Howard, referencing images of the Vogue editor during lockdown.
Comentarios del presidente de la Fed de Mineápolis tienen al mercado en rojo; acciones de UBS suben tras recuperar clientes de Credit Suisse; Alex Vásquez (@alexvasquezs), periodista de Bloomberg News en Ciudad de México, comenta la crisis en Acapulco a dos semanas del paso del huracán Otis; y Musk quiere voluntarios para Neuralink. Producción: Andrea Navarro (@andreanavarror)Edición y locución: Eduardo Thomson (@ethomson1)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This special episode features a discussion with Jan Stuart regarding the current situation in the Middle East as it relates to the war in Israel and the implications it holds for both geopolitics as well as the commodities market. Johannes (Jan) Stuart serves as Global Energy Strategist at Piper Sandler. A self-described oil-geek, Jan and his team take a micro-fundamentals approach to energy analysis and forecasting – which frequently lands them away from consensus. Previously, Jan spent 11 years in sell-side research, building leading energy-macro franchises at Credit Suisse, Macquarie and UBS. He was a journalist for much of the nineties and started his career at the International Energy Agency in Paris. (Recorded on October 27, 2023)
La integración de Credit Suisse le cuesta a UBS sus primeras pérdidas desde 2017. Entre julio y septiembre el banco registró unas pérdidas de 734 millones de euros, su primera pérdida trimestral en casi seis años. Desde la dirección de UBS señalan que están ejecutando a buen ritmo la integración de Credit Suisse al tiempo que los clientes han seguido confiando en ellos. "Somos optimistas respecto a nuestro futuro", dice el ceo de UBS, Sergio Ermotti. En cuanto a datos macro, los precios de producción industrial suben un 0,5% en la eurozona en septiembre y Carlos III pronuncia su primera discurso como rey ante el Parlamento advirtiendo de que el gobierno tomará decisiones "difíciles" pero necesarias para mejorar Gran Bretaña. Entrevistaremos a Grégory Boin, Key Account Manager Cataluña de Pouey International, que ofrece respuestas personalizadas a miles de empresas en el mundo. Su principal característica, es que esta firma de riesgos comerciales asegura el riesgo cliente a cliente. El grupo, además de en Francia, tiene sede en España, Bélgica e Italia. En Expansión y Ciclo, el Constitucional avala el impuesto a las grandes fortunas aprobado por el gobierno y rechaza por siete votos a cuatro el recurso presentado por la Comunidad de Madrid en febrero de este año. El vicepresidente del BCE, Luis de Guindos, vuelve a pedir a los bancos que remuneren los depósitos y nueva cita del Tesoro Público español que coloca 4.272 millones en letras a 6 y 12 meses y lo ha hecho recortando la rentabilidad ofrecida. Y los sindicatos convocan cuatro días de huelga en Renfe y Adif contra el traspaso de Rodalies a la Generalitat.
Jorge Combe es un emprendedor experto en temas de Fintech y Proptech. Es Economista por el ITAM y cuenta con un MBA de The Wharton School. Durante su trayectoria, Jorge ha sido parte de empresas como Banorte, Julius Baer, Credit Suisse, entre otros. En 2010, Jorge llegó a Goldman Sachs, donde se desempeñó como Managing Director en Investment Banking, formando parte de la empresa durante 7 años. Actualmente, es fundador y CEO de DD3 Capital Partners y DD360, una plataforma Fintech para desarrolladores inmobiliarios, donde han financiado más de 130 proyectos con una cartera de crédito de más de 250 millones de dólares. Jorge es ultramaratonista, IronMan, papá y una persona sumamente disciplinada y constante que cree que las grandes cosas se logran mediante la acción constante.
Plus: UBS Group reports first net losses in years due to Credit Suisse takeover. And China's exports fell for the sixth straight month. Danny Lewis reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend with Tom Busby takes a look at some of the stories we'll be tracking in the coming week. 1) We get Disney earnings this week after, the company said it plans to buy Comcast's one-third of the Hulu streaming service, kicking off an appraisal process that will extend into next year. 2) Republican presidential contenders will face off Wednesday night in their first debate of the primary season — minus frontrunner Donald Trump, who continues to lead his GOP rivals by a double-digit margin. 3) UBS will be eager to show the benefits of its takeover of Credit Suisse in results on Tuesday, the first full quarter including the acquired business. While reports from US and European peers bode well, much of the Swiss bank's fortunes hinges on its ability to retain talent and put Credit Suisse's troubles swiftly behind it. 4) Australia Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is heading to China, recognizing that the two nations have much to gain from constructive dialogue — and lots to lose without it.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BIO: Harley Bassman is an industry thought leader and commentator on macroeconomic issues spanning decades.STORY: In 2019, Harley bought some calls and sold some puts on Citibank stock for a cost strategy. He believed the stocks would increase because all its peers were trading above their book value. When COVID came, the stocks went south, causing Harley to make his biggest loss ever.LEARNING: When something trades well below what you think its value is, consider why that's the case. Size the investment. “Forget timing; size the investment. Pick the size such that you'll make enough if you're right, you'll make money enough, and if you're wrong, you won't get wiped out.”Harley Bassman Guest profileHarley Bassman is an industry thought leader and commentator on macroeconomic issues spanning decades. He spent 26 years at Merrill Lynch. From 2014 to 2017, Harley was an Executive VP and Portfolio Manager at PIMCO. In 2011, he joined Credit Suisse's Global Rates. In 2006, he built the RateLab, a full spectrum US Rates Trading Desk Strategy Group.Presently, Harley is a Managing Partner at Simplify Asset Management. He continues to pen an episodic macroeconomic Commentary as well as manage a “hedge fund of one.”Harley has a B.A. in management science from the University of California, San Diego, and an MBA in finance and marketing from the University of Chicago.Worst investment everIn 2019, Harley bought some calls and sold some puts on Citibank stock for a cost strategy. He believed the stocks would increase because all its peers were trading above their book value. Harley put more into this trade than he logically should have. He was hung up on the value construct and wasn't thinking about why the stock traded under tangible.When COVID came, the stocks went south, causing Harley to make his biggest loss ever.Lessons learnedWhen something trades well below what you think its value is, consider why that's the case.Size the investment. When you make an investment, invest enough so that your gain can be worthwhile.Sizing is more critical than entry-level.Andrew's takeawaysBe very careful when investing in banks because if their equity gets hit, the value of their assets could fall.Actionable adviceDon't fall into a value trap. Be careful of single names because there's always a lottery effect that you can never predict.Harley's recommendationsHarley recommends reciting his Maven mantra: Number one, it's always about character. Number two, it's never different this time. And number three, you're born, you live, and then you die. Prioritize your life.No.1 goal for the next 12 monthsHarley's number one goal for the next 12 months is to focus and spend more time with his family.Parting words “Just be careful and stay safe.”Harley Bassman [spp-transcript] Connect with Harley BassmanLinkedInTwitterBlog
The Three Phases of Teresa Chia's Career: Teresa Chia's journey to becoming a CFO is divided into three distinct phases. The first saw her honing her skills in investment banking and private equity at Credit Suisse in NYC. The second found her in the insurance industry, where she discovered her passion for the field and learned about its complexity and regulatory aspects. The most recent phase has seen her also serving on the boards of various companies, a testament to her industry connections and expertise. The Shift in Focus: After two decades of focusing on strategy and capital deployment, Chia felt a shift in her interests. She wanted to be more involved in the execution of growth plans and building the infrastructure for such growth. This led her to the role of a CFO, where she could leverage her finance knowledge while also contributing to strategic execution.
Heute hat Lis Borner ihren letzten Arbeitstag als Chefredaktorin von Radio SRF. Über 30 Jahre lang stand sie im Einsatz für Radio DRS und später Radio SRF, 2011 übernahm sie die Chefredaktion. Welche journalistischen Begegnungen und Erfahrungen haben sie geprägt? Nach 12 Jahren als Chefredaktorin von Radio SRF geht Lis Borner heute in Frühpension. Journalistische Information ist gefragt wie selten: Zuerst die Pandemie, dann der Krieg in Europa und jetzt im Nahen Osten oder der Kollaps der Credit Suisse. Nachrichten, Analysen und Hintergründe sorgen in diesen Zeiten für Einordnung und Verständnis. Lis Borner hat sich stets für Qualitätsjournalismus eingesetzt und diesen mit der Chefredaktion in Bern weiterentwickelt.
Welcome to Episode 1624 on Italian Wine Podcast, Masterclass US Wine Market With Juliana Colangelo. Today, she will be interviewing Kevin Sidders More about today's guests Mr. Sidders founded VinConnect in 2011 as a platform to enable top international wineries to sell direct to their most passionate consumers in the U.S. The company now partners with more than 80 wineries around the world and serves more than 17,000 customers. The radical idea of extending the winery direct-to-consumer sales model to suppliers outside the U.S. was born of Mr. Sidders' mutual interests in business and wine, and his experiences as both a wine collector and through several informal endeavors in different tiers of the industry -- importing, distribution and retail. Prior to his pursuit of the wine business, Mr. Sidders spent ~20 years as an investment banker focused on software companies, last as a Managing Director with Credit Suisse in San Francisco. He received an MBA from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University and BS in aerospace engineering from the University of Notre Dame. Connect: Website https://vinconnect.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vinconnect/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinsidders/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/VinConnectInc Twitter @VinConnectInc More about Juliana Colangelo: Juliana Colangelo is a Vice President at Colangelo & Partners, the leading wine and spirits communications agency in the U.S. Juliana joined Colangelo & Partners in 2013 with previous experience in events, hospitality, and nonprofit development. During her tenure at C&P, Juliana has led the development of the California office, growing the agency's domestic presence to a dedicated office of 13 people with representation of leading wine companies such as Jackson Family Wines, Far Niente, Charles Krug Winery, Foley Family Wines and more. Juliana has completed her WSET Level 3 and her eMBA in Wine Business with Sonoma State University, allowing her to bring a strategic and sales-oriented approach to communications strategy for the agency. In 2021, Juliana was named one of PR News' Top Women in PR in the “Rising Stars” category. In 2022 Juliana became a Vinitaly International Academy Italian Wine Ambassador. Connect: Instagram: www.instagram.com/julezcolang/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/jules.colangelo/ Twitter: twitter.com/JulezColang LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliana-colangelo-mba-04345539/ Website: https://www.colangelopr.com/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Tune-in and hit the like! - Business, US Market advice, importing, exporting, business, personal stories and advice, plus she is very fun to listen to!
We are Back! It's be a short while since we've both been able to get into the K2 Studios to record a new podcast episode. As Kris celebrates his birthday week, we return again from being out of town. Staying in Surf City USA at the Shorebreak Hotel of Huntington Beach, CA https://www.shorebreakhotel.com/ Later we are joined by Susannah Marren. She has written over a dozen nonfiction books, including Tripping the Prom Queen, You're Grounded Forever, But First Let's Go Shopping and A Passion for More: Affairs that Make or Break Us. For more than twenty years she taught gender studies in the Writing Department at Marymount Manhattan College and has guest taught creative nonfiction at the Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College. For her fiction, Between the Tides, A Palm Beach Wife, A Palm Beach Scandal, and Maribelle's Shadow, she writes as Susannah Marren. She has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Chicago Tribune, Elle, Marie Claire, and has appeared on national television including the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS, CNN, and MSNBC. Barash has been a guest on national radio including NPR and Sirius Radio. Speaking appearances include Credit Suisse, Bayer Diagnostics, UBS, United Way, Kravis Center and the Society of the Four Arts. Several of her titles have been optioned by Lifetime and HBO. She has served as a literary panelist for the New York State Council on the Arts, as a judge for the International Emmys, and as Vice Chair of the Mentoring Committee of the Women's Leadership Board at the JFK School of Government, Harvard. http://www.susanshapirobarash.com/ https://amzn.to/3Bfu9Dw https://www.facebook.com/SusanShapiroBarashasSusannahMarren https://www.instagram.com/susanshapirobarash/ https://twitter.com/susansbarash ***** The Kris and Kristine Show ***** http://www.krisandkristineshow.com https://www.kristinesmithdesigns.com K2 RADIO: https://live365.com/station/K2-RADIO-a04551 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voice Mail: https://www.speakpipe.com/KrisandKristineShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/k2showsandiego Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thek2showsandiego/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/k2showsandiego Patreon: www.patreon.com/thekrisandkristineshow
Inspired by Andrew Ross Sorkin's insights on the topic, in this episode, I explore the differences between the financial crises of 2008 and 2023 and share my thoughts on which one was the most egregious. If you found value in this episode, I would really appreciate if you could leave a review! My mission is to help and support as many FinTech startups as possible, and when you leave a positive review, more people can find this podcast and help their companies! If you are on Apple, just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and tell me what your favorite part of the podcast is. Today's episode: [00:38] An overview of today's topic: comparing the 2008 and 2023 crises. [00:56] The person who inspired this episode. [01:38] Causes of the subprime mortgage crisis of 2008. [02:58] How the more recent financial crisis differs from the previous one, according to Andrew Ross Sorkin. [04:20] The Credit Suisse case study. [06:17] How banks often explain away their inefficiencies and failures. [07:06] What a conflict of interest is and an example of this concept in action. [10:12] Reasons why I believe the 2023 crisis is worse than the 2008 crisis. [11:58] Why compliance and risk functions are often excluded from important decisions. Show links: Interested in FinTech compliance? - consider investing in the FinTech Compliance Self-Starter Package! I would love to invite you to sign up for my newsletter. If you are interested, please click here.
Only one sector up for the month – it will surprise you. GDP is what? Who says the economy is slowing? Margins and earnings – a look inside. And our guest this week - Danielle Dimartino Booth Register for the November 15th, 2024 Webinar Danielle DiMartino Booth is CEO & Chief Strategist for QI Research, a research and analytics firm. DiMartino Booth set out to launch a #ResearchRevolution, redefining how market intelligence is conceived and delivered to guide portfolio managers and promote financial literacy. To build QI, she brought together a core team of investing veterans to analyze the trends and provide critical analysis on what is driving the markets – both in the United States and globally. Since their inception in 2015, commentary and data from DiMartino Booth's The Daily Feather and The Weekly Quill have appeared in other financial sources such asBloomberg, CNBC, Fox Business, Institutional Investor, Yahoo Finance, The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, Seeking Alpha, TD Ameritrade, TheStreet.com, and more. A global thought leader in monetary policy, economics, and finance, DiMartino Booth founded QI Research in 2015. She is the author of FED UP: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America (Portfolio, Feb 2017), a business speaker, and a commentator frequently featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Fox Business News, BNN Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance and other major media outlets. Prior to QI Research, DiMartino Booth spent nine years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. She served as Advisor to President Richard W. Fisher throughout the financial crisis until his retirement in March 2015. Her work at the Fed focused on financial stability and the efficacy of unconventional monetary policy. DiMartino Booth began her career in New York at Credit Suisse and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette where she worked in the fixed-income, public equity, and private equity markets. DiMartino Booth earned her BBA as a College of Business Scholar at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University. Follow @DiMartinoBooth Check this out and find out more at: http://www.interactivebrokers.com/ Follow @andrewhorowitz Looking for style diversification? More information on the TDI Managed Growth Strategy - HERE Stocks mentioned in this episode: (TGT), (WMT), (SPY), (AMZN)
Oyin Is a Serial Tech entrepreneur and Angel Investor. She has built her businesses from bootstrap to 7 figures. She runs Niyo, a multi-award-winning company specialising in using technology to empower black women economically. Niyo Hair and Beauty is a brand looking to reimagine the end-to-end beauty experience for black and brown women starting with their AR and AI mobile platform. Customers get to try on hairstyles before they book appointments in the exciting and exclusive premium salon. The beauty tech company has served over 1000 clients across the UK whilst economically empowering hairstylists through an academy to get accredited. Niyo Bootcamps is a learn-to-earn ed-tech platform focused on enabling 1 million black women globally to be upskilled. She has worked with clients like Goldman Sachs, KPMG, The Department for Education and much more. Her work has been recognised in BBC News, The Voice, Metro, Black Beauty and Hair Magazine, Nottingham Post and many more. She has also won many awards including Women in Tech Innovation Awards, Great British Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Barclays Social Impact Awards, MBCC Entrepreneur of the Year and Female Innovator of the Year. She has spoken at Women In Tech Festival, Vodafone UK, KPMG, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Africa Tech Week, Birmingham Tech Week and many more. In this episode, Alicia and Oyin discuss: The misconception of being raised in Nigeria Where her desire for helping others comes from How she won awards and was recognised for noteworthy achievements from the age of 14 The journey of Niyo Bootcamp and Niyo Hair Managing finances and a profitable business from a young age Investing in Black women tech businesses The future for Niyo See more about Niyo & Oyin here: https://www.niyo.co/ https://uk.linkedin.com/in/oyinkansola-adebayo https://www.oyinadebayo.com/
Dívidas Ocultas: O FMO está preocupado com o secretismo em torno do acordo entre Moçambique e o Credit Suisse. Em Maputo, Ossufo Momade, líder da RENAMO, prometeu uma revolução que vai mudar o cenário político no país. Na cidade da Beira, o Tribunal Judicial absolveu por falta de provas dois delegados do partido MDM que eram acusados de terem raptado um jovem da FRELIMO.
This episode explores the investment landscape and fundamentals of car wash assets with Edward Otocka of NNN Pro Group.The Crexi Podcast explores various aspects of the commercial real estate industry in conversation with some of the top CRE professionals in the space. In each episode, we feature different guests to tap into their wealth of CRE expertise and explore the latest trends and updates from the world of commercial real estate. In this episode, Crexi's Ashley Kobovitch sits with Edward to discuss all things car wash, including asset class fundamentals, current transaction activity, and what broader macroeconomic factors mean for the NNN sector. Their wide-ranging conversation includes:Introductions, early career path, and key mentorsThe importance of maintaining a beginner's mindset and the discipline of daily habits as a brokerFavorite transactions and what made these deals unique The fundamentals of the car wash sector and what potential investors need to know to find a good dealImportant trends and changes in the net-lease car wash space over the last 5-10 years and what to watch moving forward.Car wash performance across Class A vs. Class B and different markets and shifts in deal velocityA 30,000-foot overview of the car wash sector today amid macroeconomic factors, differences among markets, and other variablesRapid fire questions and sign-offsAnd much more!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to our newsletter to receive the very next one delivered straight to your inbox. For show notes, past guests, and more CRE content, please check out Crexi Insights.Ready to find your next CRE property? Visit Crexi and immediately browse hundreds of thousands of available commercial properties.Follow Crexi:https://www.crexi.com/ https://www.crexi.com/instagram https://www.crexi.com/facebook https://www.crexi.com/twitter https://www.crexi.com/linkedin https://www.youtube.com/crexiAbout Edward Otocka:Edward Otocka is a Senior Managing Director, Private Equity Specialist with the NNN Pro Group, one of the top-performing net-lease brokerage teams in the country. Eddie joined the NNN Pro Group in 2011 and works in the Institutional Coverage Group. His expertise is in sale-leaseback, build-to-suit, and structured equity debt transactions on behalf of private equity funds, national retail, industrial, and medical tenants, REITs, and net lease funds. Eddie has closed over $6.0 billion in transactions during his career, including over $3.0 billion over the last four years. Before working with the NNN Pro Group, Eddie began his professional career in the Sales and Trading departments at UBS AG and Credit Suisse. He is a Franklin & Marshall College graduate and resides in Duxbury, Massachusetts, with his wife and two daughters.
This is part of our Squeezed Middle series on the strategic options available to the people running professional sport.The focus in this episode is the impact of those choices on the commercial income and capital value of sports teams, leagues and federations. Our guests are Ben Wells and Andrew Umbers.Ben is CEO of PTI Digital, the strategy and technology consultancy. Andrew is co-founder and partner of Oakwell Sports Advisory, the leading strategic and financial advisor in sports and sports technology. Andrew was formerly MD at Credit Suisse and more recently, he served as Chairman at Leeds United.You can hear the previous episodes in the Squeezed Middle series by searching Unofficial Partner in Apple, Spotify or your favourite podcast app.What is the Squeezed Middle?There is a small global elite of sports rights holders which are doing just fine. Billions of dollars in media revenue chases must-see content, from the NFL in the US, Premier League in England, the IPL in India through to the major quadrennial extravaganzas such as Olympics and World Cups. Likewise, there are clubs and institutions in the lower reaches of the sporting pyramid for whom not much has changed and who cut their cloth according to the local demand for traditional revenue generators such as sponsorship, match day tickets and merchandise.It's the middle of the market where much of the pain is being felt. The situation was described in a recent essay by our guest Ben Wells:'Economic crises tend to cause money to move in one of two ways: to quality or to price. Those in the middle, who are not able to compete on either front, are squeezed.In the last 12 months, not one major Olympic NGB was able to sign a primary sponsor, with the biggest deal of the year – British Cycling's tier-two sponsorship with Shell – bringing significant amounts of criticism. In parallel Müller ended its long-running main sponsorship of UK Athletics after seven years. UK Athletics is currently teetering on the brink of bankruptcy.This isn't a situation unique to athletics. Headlines in rugby, cricket and the second and third tiers of football report of similar tales of woe – the result of unsustainable commercial models – trying to grow revenues in a business built around live events, which are limited by number and venue capacity and whose cost-bases are rising with rampant inflation – are the norm."Unofficial Partner is the leading podcast for the business of sport. A mix of entertaining and thought provoking conversations with a who's who of the global industry. To join our community of listeners, sign up to the weekly UP Newsletter and follow us on Twitter @UnffclPrtnrWe publish two podcasts each week, on Tuesday and Friday. These are deep conversations with smart people from inside and outside sport. Our entire back catalogue of 300 sports business conversations are available free of charge here. Each pod is available by searching for ‘Unofficial Partner' on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher and every podcast app. If you're interested in collaborating with Unofficial Partner to create one-off podcasts or series, you can reach us via the website.
Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO and Chief Strategist for QI Research, a research and analytics firm, returns to The Julia La Roche Show for episode 109. In this episode, DiMartino Booth argues that the U.S. economy would already be in recession if it weren't for the government's spending. A global thought leader in monetary policy, economics, and finance, DiMartino Booth founded QI Research in 2015. She is the author of FED UP: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America (Portfolio, Feb 2017), a business speaker, and a commentator frequently featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Fox Business News, BNN Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance and other major media outlets. Prior to QI Research, DiMartino Booth spent nine years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. She served as Advisor to President Richard W. Fisher throughout the financial crisis until his retirement in March 2015. Her work at the Fed focused on financial stability and the efficacy of unconventional monetary policy. DiMartino Booth began her career in New York at Credit Suisse and Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette where she worked in the fixed-income, public equity, and private equity markets. DiMartino Booth earned her BBA as a College of Business Scholar at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University. Links: QI Research: https://quillintelligence.com/subscriptions/ Twitter/X: https://twitter.com/dimartinobooth Fed Up: https://www.amazon.com/Fed-Up-Insiders-Federal-Reserve/dp/0735211655 The Julia La Roche Show is produced by Marlinski Media: https://www.marlinskimedia.com/ Timestamps: 00:00 - Welcome Danielle DiMartino Booth to the show 1:06 - Macro outlook on the economy, discussion on job market and revisions 3:56 U.S. economy is clearly in a recession if it weren't for government spending 6:30 - Discussion on the Federal Reserve and the higher for longer regime 9:20 An about-face for equity investors 11:46 - Conundrum for RIAs 15:22 - Biggest risk is in middle portion of commercial real estate and corporate debt 17:30 - Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and a passive investing bubble? 18:27 - Discussion on Federal Reserve's zero bound interest rate policy 22:30 - Geopolitical risks following an attack in Israel 24:30 - US deficit at wartime levels, fiscal responsibility and potential long-term consequences 26:30 - Conclusion
“Climate change is a matter now of extreme urgency. Our failure to act is a failure of imagination but recent developments suggest the pace is picking up. Within asset management, climate change and specifically carbon emissions are central factors within the broader sustainability/ESG approach. Finance is a key conduit and asset managers now need to assess the climate risk within their investments. The need to extract this information from the companies in which they invest will not only create greater transparency in terms of disclosing climate risk but it also will force change on companies who are not making the necessary adjustments.” Jean-Jacques Barrow Jean-Jacques Barrow, a member of the Harvard and Radcliffe class of 1992, shares his journey since graduating from Harvard. He began his career as an English major and moved to Paris for a four-month contract as an editorial assistant with the International Herald Tribune, which has since been rebranded the International New York Times. He learned about how journalism functions and how it is required that one serves their time on the periphery and provinces. One of his tasks was transcribing key data from the Bloomberg terminal for the financial section, so he began educating himself about the world of finance. After this position ended, he moved back to Geneva during a recession and took many jobs, including working at a construction work removal company. He eventually secured a job as an editor at Capital International, one of the world's largest asset managers where his job was to take minutes and write reports on investment meetings. Working in Swiss Private Banking He was initially impatient to secure an opportunity in the investment industry, but eventually landed a job at Swiss private banking. The Swiss private banking industry was built around tax evasion and tax optimization, but over the last 20-25 years, the industry has changed due to pressures from the European Union and the US following many scandals. The industry has become more regulated, open, and legitimate, with a focus on decoding assets and legitimate tax optimization. He believes that the key driver for change in the industry is the pressure from the US around undeclared funds from people who had not survived the Second World War, particularly Jewish, deposited in Switzerland. This pressure has led to a shift in the industry's focus on decoding assets and legitimate tax optimization. Jean-Jacques shares what he learned about tax evasion when he moved to the investment desk and started his apprenticeship, knowing very little and learning on the job. He worked for Bankers Trust, which was a pivotal moment in his career, but it ended up collapsing due to the Russia bond crisis and Korea's aggressive approach. He learned the basis of implementation and focused on discretionary portfolio management. His experience in private banking was interesting, and he talks about the many interesting developments he witnessed. He was also involved in the world of events and geopolitical forces. He later moved to the Royal Bank of Canada, where he was assigned to the French Canadian market and North American markets. However, due to the Canadian bank's regulated status, there was limited investment content based in Switzerland. Investment Management, Social Entrepreneurship, and Microfinance Jean-Jacques decided to pivot towards investment management and pursued an executive MBA at INSEAD. He became interested in social entrepreneurship and microfinance. After graduating, he found himself in the midst of a potential slowdown in 2008, which was a challenging time for job opportunities. He found a disconnect between what microfinance was supposed to be and the reality. However, the initial concept has evolved, and he was inspired by the business model developed by Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus, who aimed to help the poor with micro loans. Sustainable Investing as a Growing Trend JJ talks about sustainable investing as a growing trend in the financial sector. This shift has been driven by the changing regulatory environment in Europe, which is becoming more strict about financial reporting on portfolio content. The screening process has evolved, with companies now actively screening companies within sensitive sectors, such as the extraction industry and energy banking. The process has also been refined, with a global climate 2035 portfolio focused on names and companies related to fighting climate change. This approach is a reaction to the increasing regulatory environment in Europe, which is becoming more strict about financial reporting on portfolio content. He talks about investing in secondary markets and how investing in companies with technology can help support the emergence of technology in the mainstream. However, when investing in secondary markets, the capacity to generate changes may be muted. The regulators are pushing companies to be more explicit about their environmental risks and more detailed about the externalities they generate. This will drive change, if companies are not open about their environmental risk, they may face punishment from shareholders and public challenges in general meetings. In Switzerland, the collapse of a major Swiss bank, Credit Suisse, was a prime example of how minority shareholders pushed companies to exit investment banking to stop funding fossil fuels. This has led to the closure of investment banks and the need for companies to be more transparent about their environmental risks. ESG Investing and Shareholder Power Jean-Jacques mentions the importance of ESG investing and its potential to drive change in the energy sector. He explains that ESG investing has outperformed the broader market over the last five years, with a natural quality bias and exposure to tech. However, the recent increase in enthusiasm for this style of investing in 2022 has led to delays in good intentions. He discusses the evolution of ESG investing in Europe, with companies realizing that stricter regulations will require more disclosure of information. This has led to companies realizing they need to be more open or push back. The energy sector is experiencing a shift towards clean energy from companies like Macau and BP, and moving towards electric generation and grid technologies. Despite the pessimistic mood in Europe, he believes there are reasons to be hopeful about the scale of investment and deployment. He points out that banks can add value by engaging and challenging major companies to change their remuneration policies and CEOs. He also emphasizes the importance of shareholder cooperation and the power of shareholders to influence corporate behavior. He cites the example of a company that failed to listen to dissenting shareholders, but he believes that if shareholders work together, they can make a significant difference in the industry. The ESG Scorecard and How it Works JJ explains that analysts typically have a scorecard across ESG, with different industries having different weights. For example, in the mining industry, the environmental side is higher, and there are subset segments in terms of water usage, pollution risk, and other externalities. To have an ESG rating, a company must meet a certain score. The industry has a lot of topsy-turvy stuff going on, and some analysts don't consider Tesla to be eligible because of the GE and Tesla, the government side is diabolical, and Exxon has extraordinarily good governance. Companies with good ESG attract good talent, draw upon a broader pool of talented individuals, and have better employer loyalty. The urgency around emissions has led to a sense of urgency in engagement in company response, investment, fairs, exchanges, and industry discussions. He explains that he played his cards differently in his first job at Capitol International by keeping his big mouth shut and being less confrontational. He learned to respect rules and respect rules in the American corporate environment, and he learned to source his views from different areas. He also appreciates that he has a different educational and career route, having attended Harvard and a level of intellectual curiosity. He emphasizes the importance of going off the intellectual print, orthodoxy, and looking beyond traditional sources. He advises interns and juniors to listen to other reports and sources, as it helps him understand viewpoints from classmates in different areas and doing different things. Influential Courses and Professors at Harvard JJ discusses his time at Harvard and the two key takeaways he learned from his time there. He highlights the expository writing course he took as a freshman year and the masters swimming course, which he found to be a valuable source of learning. He also highlights the importance of being clear, concise, and succinct in his daily work, especially when dealing with an audience not necessarily in English. These two key takeaways have shaped his future, particularly in terms of his interests and the core curriculum. He mentions the Behavioral Biology and Evolution courses, as well professor Neil Wilson and professor Raymond Siever's class on geology, which exposed him to the world's cycles of physical life and the impact of man on the planet. Recommended Reads: Saving the Plant without the Bullshit, Assaad Rarrock. Don't let the title put you off, this is good starting point. How the World Really Works, Vaclav Smil Makes clear the scope of the transition. Great reality check and myth buster. Petroleum Papers. Geoff Dembicki The role of energy companies in the current climate debate. I would not be long oil stocks… Learning to Die in the Anthropocene, Ray Scranton Bleak but an eye opener on the worst case scenario. Five Times Faster. Simon Sharpe. The author is active within government, policy making and the COP meetings. Very insightful, and great primer on why we are where we are. There is still time but we need to move five times faster. Useful Sources: Bloomberg Green, MSCI ESG. In terms of sustainability disclosure, ISSB has launched IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Standard (S1 General disclosures, S2 Climate related). Timestamps: 02:16 The start of his career in finance 09:11 Pursuing a career in social entrepreneurship and micro finance 18:09 The evolution of sustainable investing 21:09 How sustainable investing makes a difference 25:51 ESG reporting requirements 27:42 The current state of the energy sector 30:55 How banks can add value to their shareholders 37:40 The ESG scorecard CONTACT: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jean-jacques-barrow-710a606/
Neste programa, vamos até Cabo Delgado, no norte de Moçambique, seis anos depois do ataque a Mocímboa da Praia e a poucos dias das eleições autárquicas. Em São Tomé e Príncipe, começou o julgamento do único civil acusado do assalto ao quartel das Forças Armadas de 25 de Novembro do ano passado e na Guiné-Bissau há acordo quanto ao preço do pão. Recorde aqui alguns momentos da semana em África. Esta quinta-feira, fez seis anos que se registou o primeiro ataque, no distrito de Mocímboa da Praia, na província de Cabo Delgado, por grupos armados que, desde então, vêm aterrorizando o norte do país. O conflito fez um milhão de deslocados desde 2017, de acordo com o Alto-Comissariado das Nações Unidas para os Refugiados, e cerca de 4.000 mortes, segundo o projecto de registo de conflitos ACLED. O administrador do distrito de Mocímboa da Praia, Sérgio Domingos Cipriano, disse acreditar que as “acções dos terroristas” estão na fase final e que estão criadas condições locais para a votação nas eleições autárquicas de 11 de Outubro. Já o investigador João Feijó, do Observatório do Meio Rural, considera que ha riscos de prolongamento do conflito devido às desigualdades sociais e económicas. Também esta semana, o Estado moçambicano e o Grupo UBS, novo proprietário do banco Credit Suisse, alcançaram um acordo extrajudicial que põe fim a um litígio que durava há pouco mais de quatro anos. Porém, as organizações da sociedade civil denunciaram “opacidade” e pediram aos moçambicanos para estarem atentos ao julgamento em Londres.Em São Tomé e Príncipe, começou esta terça-feira o julgamento do único civil acusado do assalto ao quartel das Forças Armadas do dia 25 de Novembro do ano passado. Também em São Tomé e Príncipe, o Governo rescindiu definitivamente o contrato de concessão portuário ao consórcio ganês Safebond.Na Guiné-Bissau, o governo guinense e a Associação dos Padeiros Tradicionais chegaram, na segunda-feira, a um consenso sobre o preço do pão, que passa agora a custar 150 CFA para o consumidor final.Ainda na Guiné-Bissau, os militares da CPLP estão a realizar, até dia 20 de Outubro, treinos para se prepararem para uma eventual situação de crise. O ministro da Defesa Nacional, Nicolau dos Santos, falou na importância do exercício na carta Felino 2023 para garantir a segurança preventiva.Em Angola, as autoridades repatriaram mais de 3.000 garimpeiros estrangeiros em situação ilegal no primeiro semestre deste ano. Está em curso uma operação de combate ao garimpo ilegal de diamantes e de outros minérios. Neste programa, volte a ouvir a reportagem de Avelino Miguel.No Níger, a retirada das tropas francesas deveria começar esta semana. O anúncio foi feito pelo ministério francês da Defesa na quinta-feira que adiantou que a saída de todos os militares franceses deverá estar concluída até ao final do ano. A semana foi também marcada por três dias de luto no Níger pela morte de, pelo menos, 29 soldados nigerinos num ataque de rebeldes no oeste do país.Na República Democrática do Congo, o médico Denis Mukwege, vencedor do Prémio Nobel da Paz de 2018, anunciou na segunda-feira, a sua candidatura às eleições presidenciais de 20 de Dezembro, juntando-se à longa lista de opositores que pretendem enfrentar o actual Presidente Félix Tshisekedi.
In this interview about growth and development, author and growth mindset expert Eduardo Briceño shares how leaders, teams, and organizations can create a culture of growth, where experimentation and feedback are encouraged, and learning is integrated into the everyday. Integrating learning and performance is the central idea behind Eduardo's book “The Performance Paradox.”Eduardo shares why people in any profession should embrace the “Learning Zone” - a space where they can be deliberate about improvement - rather than constantly focusing on minimizing mistakes and peak performance. He talks about how leaders and coaches should create psychological safety so members of a team can experiment, and even fail, without negative repercussions. He makes the case that people should approach their work with two goals in mind - getting things done and improving. They can do that by proactively soliciting feedback, performing trial and error activities, and reflecting on mistakes. Eduardo gives advice for how leaders should handle mistakes and how they can best model being a learner. He shares how companies like Microsoft, General Mills, Skratch Labs, New York Life, and Bridgewater Associates have benefited from welcoming the “Learning Zone” and how CEOs like Satya Nadella and Ray Dalio have openly celebrated their own mistakes and learned from the feedback they received after those mistakes. Eduardo Briceño is a global keynote speaker, facilitator, and guide supporting leaders cultivating growth mindset cultures. He is a Pahara-Aspen Fellow, a member of the Aspen Institute's Global Leadership Network, and an inductee in the Happiness Hall of Fame. For over a decade he was the CEO of Mindset Works, which he cofounded in 2007 with Stanford professor Carol Dweck, Lisa Blackwell, and others. Earlier, he served as a technology investor with Credit Suisse's venture capital arm the Sprout Group. Eduardo grew up in Caracas, Venezuela. He holds bachelor's degrees in economics and engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an MBA and M.A. in education from Stanford University. He was shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Breakthrough Idea Award in 2023.
Moçambique e Credit Suisse chegam ao acordo que deita em terra o processo judicial, entre as partes sobre o caso das dívidas ocultas. Na Guiné-Bissau: MAGEM-G15 pede ao Presidente que dissolva o Parlamento. Cidade de Menongue sem água potável moradores recorrem a poços perigosos.
"As we navigate the intricate web of generations, we must remember that every strand is vital. Each age group brings its own set of perspectives, a palette of colors that paint the canvas of progress. Casting aside the shadows of preconceived notions, we illuminate the path forward.”In today's episode of The Shape of Work podcast, prepare for an enlightening conversation as Anurag Jajoo, HR Business Partner at Amazon, spills his secrets to success in the ever-evolving HR world. Anurag has an overall work experience of close to a decade. He has worked at various organisations such as Credit Suisse, DBS Bank, Ola, etc. He did his B.Tech from COEP Technological University and his Post Graduate Diploma from XLRI Jamshedpur.In this episode, let's explore together the profound impact of recognizing and catering to diverse groups within our teams, and how fostering an inclusive environment can allow every individual to truly thrive. Episode HighlightsImportance of creating an inclusive workplace cultureHow can companies create an environment that promotes a sense of belonging for all employees?How to Bridge generational gaps in the workplace?Career growth and self-improvement in a busy work environmentFollow Anurag on LinkedinProduced by: Priya BhattPodcast Host: Riddhi AgarwalAbout Springworks:Springworks is a fully-distributed HR technology organisation building tools and products to simplify recruitment, onboarding, employee engagement, and retention. The product stack from Springworks includes:SpringVerify— B2B verification platformEngageWith— employee recognition and rewards platform that enriches company cultureTrivia — a suite of real-time, fun, and interactive games platforms for remote/hybrid team-buildingSpringRole — verified professional-profile platform backed by blockchain, andSpringRecruit — a forever-free applicant tracking system.Springworks prides itself on being an organisation focused on employee well-being and workplace culture, leading to a 4.8 rating on Glassdoor for the 200+ employee strength company.
Analistas acreditam que a criação de uma comissão de verdade em Angola poderá servir de meio para o processo de reconciliação nacional. Nos últimos 20 anos, Marrocos transformou-se num destino preferido para mulheres trabalhadoras da África subsaariana. E um novo capítulo da radionovela Learning by Ear - Aprender de Ouvido.
Die Schweizer Regierung will auf Anraten eines internationalen Gremiums ein permanentes Auffangnetz spannen für die Banken – im Jargon bekannt als Public Liquidity Backstop. In der Schweizer Politik kommt die Idee einer staatlichen Liquiditätssicherung für die Banken nicht gut an. | Was will der Bundesrat genau? Was spricht für den Public Liquidity Backstop – und was dagegen? Und wie hängt der Vorschlag des Bundesrats zusammen mit den Eigenkapitalvorschriften der Banken? | Stichworte: Public Liquidity Backstop, PLB, staatliche Liquiditätssicherung, Banken, Bankenregulierung, Credit Suisse, UBS, Eigenkapital, Bundesrat, Financial Stability Board.
This week in the final episode of our Meet the Manager series to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Value Team at Schroders, Tobias Carlisle returns to interview the steadfast host of the Value Perspective, Juan Torres Rodriguez. You may know Tobias as the host of the Acquirer's Multiple Podcast, from the Value: After Hours Podcast or indeed as a frequent guest on this podcast. He is a deep value investor at heart and is the founder of Acquirers Funds. He is also a frequent author on the topic having published four books and has a new one out soon, so keep your eyes peeled. Juan is the host of the Value Perspective but he is also an emerging markets value investor at Schroders and has been with the company since 2017. Previous to Schroders he had stints at Pictet, Credit Suisse and Bank Columbia. In their conversation, Tobias and Juan focus on emerging markets. They cover: Juan's journey from Columbia to the Value Team in London; emerging markets' tough decade and what it means to be a value investor in these markets; cyclical businesses and the opportunity set in emerging markets; and finally how the Value Team embraces behavioural biases and has built a process to help cope with them. Enjoy! NEW EPISODES: We release main series episodes every two weeks on Mondays. You can subscribe via Podbean or use this feed URL (https://tvpschroders.podbean.com/feed.xml) in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and other podcast players. GET IN TOUCH: send us a tweet: @TheValueTeam Important information. This podcast is for investment professionals only. This information is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or to adopt any investment strategy. Any data has been sourced by us and is provided without any warranties of any kind. It should be independently verified before further publication or use. Third party data is owned or licenced by the data provider and may not be reproduced, extracted or used for any other purpose without the data provider's consent. Neither we, nor the data provider, will have any liability in connection with the third party data. Reliance should not be placed on any views or information in the material when taking individual investment and/or strategic decisions. Any references to securities, sectors, regions and/or countries are for illustrative purposes only. The views and opinions contained herein are those of individual to whom they are attributed, and may not necessarily represent views expressed or reflected in other communications, strategies or funds. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amounts originally invested. Exchange rate changes may cause the value of any overseas investments to rise or fall. Past Performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The forecasts included should not be relied upon, are not guaranteed and are provided only as at the date of issue. Our forecasts are based on our own assumptions which may change.