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GuestGina YaconeCISO (Advisory) at Trace3 [@trace3]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/gina_yaconeOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginayacone/HostAlyssa MillerOn ITSPmagazine
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Welcome back to THE sports law podcast. The Dans will always be kept up to date on the latest at the intersection of sports and the law. CJ Mordock (@CJMordock) is a defense attorney and joins to discuss Yasiel Puig's withdrawal of his plea deal. (10:30) Puig has been accused of being involved with illegal gambling, and he was charged with lying to federal agents. After making the guilty plea to that charge, Puig has now withdrawn the guilty plea and changed his plea to not guilty. Puig feels that he was entrapped into pleading guilty. This withdrawal could work against him during the trial. Captain Jack Andrews (@capjack2000) joins to discuss the sports betting landscape. (31:10) Jack provides some of his wealth of knowledge and information on the world of sports betting. Jack breaks down the ins and outs of sports betting on Twitter and his website, which you can find here. *** Have a topic you want to write about? ANYONE and EVERYONE can publish for ConductDetrimental.com. Let us know if you want to join the team. Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) | Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) | Mike Lawson (@mike_sonof_law) | Justin Mader (@MaderLaw) Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | YouTube | Website | Email
What is asset-backed debt? Coffee Break Session Host Jason Campbell catches up with Strategic Treasurer's Senior Advisor, Paul Galloway, to discuss how asset-backed debt is used for raising capital, the different types of issuances, why a company would issue an asset-backed instrument, and the risks. Listen in and learn a little bit about asset-backed debt.
Our guest: Abby McInturf, Co-Founder at BAND ConnectIn this episode we discuss: McInturf's background How she started BAND Connect at the University of Cincinnati's Innovator Labs How BAND Connect is integrating into the care delivery journey Where she see's BAND Connect going next & more!Sponsored by: CM&F Group (www.cmfgroup.com)To learn more about BAND Connect please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter
Digital transformation presents new risks when it comes to data security. Learn from a CIO how to head off security threats before they impact the bottom line.
Community Member Contributor: Frank KimCISO-in-Residence at YL Ventures [@ylventures] and Fellow and Curriculum Director at the SANS Institute [@SANSInstitute]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/fykimOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-kim/Host: Sean MartinOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martin______________________Episode DescriptionAs businesses migrate more and more applications to the cloud and continue relying on SaaS applications, CISOs are under pressure to ensure every IT environment is secure. This requires a new paradigm in formulating cloud security strategies because the technologies differ from on-premises technologies, and the security aspects vary from one cloud provider to another.In this episode, Frank Kim—a Fellow and a Curriculum Director at the SANS Institute—examines the approach CISOs must take to secure multiple cloud and SaaS environments. Kim also discusses the importance of understanding the differences between on-premises security and the cloud and why the speed of the cloud requires a new security paradigm. Kim then presents why CISOs need to give business units and software developers security options (rather than locking them into one tool) while balancing a combination of governance and technical expertise.Understanding the criticality of protecting access credentials and the needs of all stakeholders is also key to a CISO's success in safeguarding multiple cloud environments.______________________For more podcasts from Crucial Conversations with The Blue Lava Community, visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/crucial-conversations-podcastTo access the full collection of Blue Lava Community resources, visit: https://itspm.ag/blclog22To learn more about Blue Lava, visit: https://itspm.ag/blue-lava-w2qs______________________Are you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?
Join host Julie Groves as she speaks to Jenny Whittington and Jim Mulholland about the latest trends in URMIA's compensation survey. Jenny and Jim delve into what the results mean for compensation regarding remote and hybrid work, how URMIA's compensation surveys have evolved over the years, and how the results of URMIA's compensation survey can benefit you in your professional life.Show Notes [member login required]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | email@example.com Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
“Risk” in investment management has many definitions and dimensions. For investors, it's not only important to quantify total portfolio risk, but also to go beyond to determine the portfolio's risk and return drivers and different sources of risk. Mike Wallberg, CFA, and Reshma Rajagopalan, CFA, Quant & Analytics Specialist at FactSet, discuss how risk budgeting, risk modeling, and risk assessment tools add value in the portfolio management process and can help investors stick to their investment plan and allocations, especially through turbulent periods, to achieve better performance outcomes.
Tom Fox's guest on this week's show is Toby DeRoche, a professional auditor and Senior Manager of Risk Management at Verizon. He and Tom talk about the importance of risk assessment and how it has changed in recent years. Agile Audit Agile Audit is simply auditing the things that matter at the current moment. It's an iterative approach, going through the entire audit lifecycle and compressing it down to the essentials. "We're saying, so here's everything that I could audit, but here's what's most important to the organization today," Toby tells Tom. "It's this continual cycle… giving you the answers to what's the most burning question you have related to risk and control in your organization today.” Focus on The Highest Risk If an audit plan isn't focused on relevant issues, or the highest risk, no one is going to care how well the auditing plan was executed. Focusing on low-risk issues wastes everyone's time. "We should be focusing on the things that are the highest risk and only those things," Toby says. If internal auditors aren't focused on management support, strategic objectives, and challenges, then they aren't doing their jobs. Communicating Vs Reporting Tom asks Toby to differentiate between communicating and reporting results as an internal auditor. Giving reports is not communication, he responds; it's just regurgitating facts. "A much more effective way of getting the information across is to make it more digestible," Toby remarks, because it's much more impactful, and people can more easily grasp what you're trying to say. Looking Ahead Companies in the future will have no choice but to use the concepts of risk assessment, continuous improvement, and continuous risk assessment. Auditing must be part of the company's objectives. "Anything that we're doing that's not focused on what matters to management and the highest risk to them achieving their goals right now, then we're completely missing the picture," Toby stresses. Resources Toby DeRoche | LinkedIn Only Audit What Matters
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast with Jeremy Goodrich. On the show today we are talking about debt and all the risks associated with it. Our guest is Edward Brown, a capital-raising expert and podcast host. We learn about financing, how private lending works, and the best ways to choose a lender. Learn more about Edward and his story at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “Even though our documents do have a one-year hold, there's no penalty for early withdrawal as long as you just give us 30 days' notice.” 03:44 Edward is working at Pacific Private Lending as a capital raiser. Investors are investing in his funds that are building up the capital and Edward's company lending it out by mostly doing residential bridge lending. He assists with 4 different debt funds. The upside of his funds as opposed to traditional CRE investments is that the risk is very low. The investor's principal is secured as the investor is the first person in the debt stack. “A few years ago, when interest rates were still fairly low, there was so much money abounding, people keep undercutting each other. This doesn't happen anymore.” 14:38 Edward shares his top 3 things to look out for when choosing a lender Check out their portfolio and how long they've been in business. Get some referrals. Make sure to ask about the structure of the fund draw and if the funds will be available at closing. Edward reflects on the current market. Because the interest rates have gone up the refi market has dried up considerably. This has made even better opportunities to Edward's company. “It's better to give bad news in your tax returns with an explanation than it is to have to come back afterward and say, Well, I didn't know you're gonna catch that.” 28:09 Edward talks about why investors choose their lending instead of agency debt. They are faster. They don't require that much qualification. They don't perform that many background checks. Edward explains what investors can do to make a perfect file. Make sure that all the forms, most importantly the 1003, are filled out as accurately as possible. When you send your tax returns, if there's anything out of the ordinary, send a letter of explanation. Know your tax return and your financials well. About our guest, Edward Brown For over 20 years Edward Brown was CEO of a $40 million alternative lending company based in Marin County. Today he assists Pacific Private Money with capital raising and investor presentations. Edward is also the host of two radio shows —The Best of Investing with Mark Hanf and Sports Econ 101, a national sports and business show. Edward earned his B.S. in Accounting and M.S in Taxation from Golden Gate University, and has held licenses and certifications including Real Estate Salesperson, Insurance License, Series 7 Securities License, Tax Preparation License, and Certified Fund Specialist. Mentioned in the show: https://www.pacificprivatemoney.com/ His LinkedIn Shineinsurance.com www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk Jeremy's LinkedIn Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ Special thanks to Edward Brown for taking the time to share so many great insights with us If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: How To Market Your Deal, With John Casmon 112: Quadrant Of Risk From Broke To Millions, With Mike Ealy
We've all watched in awe as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) began investigating the Medicare Advantage plans. Many were thinking, “it's about time the payers get some of the heat providers feel.” But there's something even better, according to most. That's when the OIG investigates the government.During the next live edition of Monitor Mondays, physician-attorney Dr. John K. Hall reviews an OIG audit of Medicare contractors and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). He'll also explain what this means for providers.Other segments will include these instantly recognizable broadcast features:The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel, partner at the law firm of Practus, will report the latest news about auditors.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney David Glaser, shareholder in the law offices of Fredrikson & Bryon, will join the broadcast with his trademark segment.SDoH Report: Tiffany Ferguson, a subject matter expert on the social determinants of health (SDoH), will report on the news that's happening at the intersection of healthcare regulations and the SDoH.Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of R1 RCM, will be making his Monday Rounds with another installment of his popular segment.
This week Ricardo shares a personal experience where he can see project management happening naturally as part of life. He made lunch at the weekend to celebrate a friend's birthday. Without even realizing it, Ricardo prepared the list of ingredients and made a mental plan of what resources he would need, how long each item would last in the oven, etc. Important to note that lunch was not for two people. It was for more than 20 people. And he did it all himself. Without meaning to or realizing it, he's been practicing the project management skills we always look forward to practicing. And he did it naturally as part of structured thinking. And that's what this episode wants to talk about. You don't need to deploy a nuclear power plant, a gigantic airport, or a digital transformation in the most relevant companies in the world to practice and learn to manage projects. You can do this the next time you think about tidying up your closet, at your next barbecue, your next visit to the farm, or on your vacation. Projects (or whatever name you want to call them) are nothing more than logic and common sense to connect ideas with results. That simple Listen to the podcast to learn more.
Nesta semana Ricardo compartilha uma experiência pessoal onde ele pode ver o gerenciamento de projetos acontecendo de forma natural, como parte da vida. Ele fez no fim de semana um almoço para comemorar o aniversário de um amigo. Sem nem se deparar com o fato, Ricardo preparou a lista de ingredientes, fez todo o plano mentalmente qual recursos iria precisar, quanto tempo cada item iria passar no forno etc. Importante ressaltar que o almoço não era para 2 pessoas. Era para mais de 20 pessoas. E ele fez tudo sozinho. Sem querer ou perceber, ele está praticando as habilidades de projetos que tanto queremos. E ele fez isso naturalmente. Como parte do pensamento estruturado. E é isso que esse episódio quer falar. Você não precisa implantar uma usina nuclear, um aeroporto gigantesco ou uma transformação digital nas empresas mais relevantes do mundo para praticar e aprender a gerenciar projetos. Você pode fazer isso na próxima vez que pensar em arrumar seu armário, no seu próximo churrasco, na sua próxima visita ao seu sítio ou nas suas férias. Projetos (ou qualquer nome que queira chamar), nada mais é do que lógica e bom senso para conectar ideias com resultados. Simples assim! Ouça o #5minpodcast desta semana para saber mais.
Excited to bring you episode 2 of this quarterly co-host segment with the amazing Peter Jenkins. Continuing our discussion on brand, and following on from our last episode about personal brand, this month we get into procedure and initiative branding - what is it? How do we brand safety via our processes and functions? Scalable approaches, and the difference between brand and identity. Thanks again to Peter for co-hosting this episode. Enjoy.
Wall Street analyst turned full-time real estate investor Craig Berger joins us to share the reasons he got attracted to the real estate asset class, some lessons he learned on his investing journey, plus the value of risk management. Keep listening and master the world of multifamily investing today!Key Takeaways to Listen forTips to smoothly transition to real estate for aspiring investorsWhat you should do to achieve multifamily investing successHow to recapitalize a multifamily deal3 effective ways to manage and mitigate risksThe satisfying aspects of being a real estate investorResources Mentioned in This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Craig BergerCraig founded Avid Realty Partners in 2015 after spending over a decade on Wall Street as a multi-award-winning equity research analyst. The firm's portfolio has grown meaningfully in recent years and includes the acquisition of over 1,450 apartment units totaling more than $210M in acquisition value in targeted growth markets across the US, in addition to a few hotels and net lease assets. Avid Realty Partners has taken six deals full cycle totaling $80M of sales value. The firm continues to make offers on Multifamily apartment properties and plans to continually acquire new deals over the long term. We are proud of the hard work and results that our Team delivers every day on behalf of our Investors, Employees, Residents, Tenants, and other Stakeholders. Connect with CraigWebsite: Avid Realty PartnersEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
In this day and age, so many of us are afraid to take risks that could potentially lead to something great. Even though, unlike hundreds of years ago, many risks that we face in this modern-day usually don't involve something catastrophic like death. Yet we still avoid taking them. In this episode of The All-Around Adventure Podcast, I get into this topic a bit and talk about a few risks that I took recently in both my personal and professional life. Thank you for listening! To hear more great episodes like this one, click here! Also, don't forget to head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a good review! You can also listen to the podcast on Spotify, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio. And don't forget to follow All-Around Adventure on these social media platforms: Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube And until next time; be safe, happy travels, and always move forward!
Tax Deferral and Risk Management for your Company with Ed Bryan It is not often that I get to dive into a topic that is totally foreign to me when we start the podcast. Usually, I have heard something about the topic and have a little knowledge. The 831(b) plan was a new thing – and Ed Bryan joins me to help us understand this tax deferral and risk management opportunity. Topics Mentioned: Insurance Tax deferral Risk management Plan Key Thoughts: It's like traditional insurance. But what you're doing is building up this money, we always say with the 831B plans, they're not worth anything when we set them up. There are no funds, and there are no assets in there initially, but after two, three, four, or five years, these things have the potential to be worth millions of dollars. Ed Bryan (15:42) I think that would be important to know how you are taxed in order to determine how much you're trying to put into an 831B plan, whether you're really trying to use it for long-term savings in some ways, or if you're really using it to mitigate risk. Michele (27:22) We've seen a significant upswing in the last three to five years in business owners looking for real cybersecurity insurance that covers things like phishing, social engineering, and those types of things. And we're seeing a lot of pressure there, because unfortunately, people that are attacking, especially those, those hackers and cybersecurity criminals, they know that small to midsize business doesn't necessarily have the awareness in the cybersecurity that a fortune 500 company does. Ed Bryan (31:55) Even in my coaching and consulting practice I work with my clients, I'm talking to their accountants with them, I'm talking to their bookkeepers, their financial analysts like we're working together, because everybody has a piece of the puzzle. Michele (35:47) Contact Michele: Email: Team@ScarletThreadConsulting.com Facebook: Scarlet Thread Consulting Instagram: @ScarletThreadATL Instagram: @MetriqueSolutions Website: ScarletThreadConsulting.com Website: MetriqueSolutions.com LinkedIn: Michele Williams Contact Ed: Website: 831b.com Instagram: @SRA_831b Facebook: SRA831b LinkedIn Ed: Edward Bryan LinkedIn SRA: SRA 831(b) YouTube: SRA 831(b) Vimeo: 831(b) References and Resources: MetriqueSolutions.com Work with Me
How do charities and not-for-profits manage human risk? Given the risks they face and the limited budgets they have available to them, they're often incredibly innovative when it comes to risk management and compliance. This means there are lessons for all of us in a resource-constrained environment.On this episode, I'm speaking to Sabrina Segal. She began her career as a lawyer before recognising that working in the third sector — bodies that aren't public or private sector, in other words, organizations undertaking social activities, like charities or NGOs — was what stimulated her. In our discussion, we explore the challenges the sector faces and how they go about mitigating the broad range of risks they face. Whether that's humanitarian charities deploying aid workers into disaster or war zones or even running a charity in a developed country that relies heavily on volunteers. All pose huge challenges from a human risk perspective.To find out more about Sabrina, connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smsegal/For her Tolerable Risk podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9iZWVuZXJzNzY3LnBvZG9tYXRpYy5jb20vcnNzMi54bWwThe Human Risk podcast is a Human Risk production: www.human-risk.com
It was fun talking to David Welch again. Here's his bio:David M. Welch joined Joel C. Rosenberg's The Joshua Fund building strategic partnerships in Israel and the Middle East with/for Christian higher education & Christian affinity groups. From 2016-2022, Welch served as the Executive Director of LU Send, Liberty University's centralized hub for student travel/international education where he managed the team responsible for all study abroad and international travel. Welch designed and implemented numerous faculty FAM trips, study tours and study abroad/internship opportunities. He sourced and negotiated multiple contracts with major study abroad firms/universities for Liberty University, including a strategic partnership with The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Welch is a citizen of both the US and Israel and lived in Israel from 2008-2011. He holds an MA in Public Policy/Int'l Conflict Resolution from Tel Aviv University, and is also a Certified Travel Industry Executive. In 2011, Welch relocated back to the US, serving in both the Risk Management and the Israel Travel industries between 2012-2016, before agreeing to join Liberty University. He is married to Rachel and they have a boy, Moshe (2020) and a new baby girl, Tikvah (2022). The Welches reside in Williamson County, Tennessee.
In this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Varnell, a former surgeon and risk management consultant, reflects back on things physicians wished they would have learned during their medical residencies and when they first started their practice. In particular, he talks about effectively utilizing professional review, onboarding and managing expectations around a practice's policies and procedures (from billing to EHRs), the importance of peer support and mentorship, and the benefits of creating a “toolkit” to help new physicians integrate into the practice setting. Show email: email@example.com
Join host Julie Groves, current URMIA president, as she interviews Courtney Davis Curtis, URMIA's immediate past president. Julie and Courtney recap Courtney's last year as URMIA's president and her favorite moments from her presidency. Courtney shares what she has learned from her term, what her hopes are for the future of URMIA, and her own amazing personal goals of completing her MBA.Show Notes [member login required]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | firstname.lastname@example.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
With the high-profile implosion of FTX, risk has been in the spotlight. What does risk mean, how can retail and institutional investors mitigate it, and how should founders think about it? Our guest today is Evan Dreyer, Head of Risk Management at Tola, a fast, easy, and free tool for businesses to pay and get paid, however, and whenever they want. We talk to Evan about everything risk and how to approach it.About Evan Dreyer:Evan is the head of risk management at Tola, a financial technology company. Prior to that, he spent over twelve years at Credit Suisse, in both the risk management and investment banking departments. He is an angel investor and LP (including in Ripple Ventures). He has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Chicago, and a master's in risk management from NYU.A word from our sponsor:At Ripple, we manage all of our fund expenses and employee credit cards using Jeeves. The team at Jeeves helped get me and my team setup with physical and virtual credit cards in days. I was able to allow my teammates to expense items in multiple currencies allowing them to pay for anything, anywhere at anytime. We weren't asked for any personal guarantees or to pay any setup or monthly SaaS fees.Not only does Jeeves save us time, but they also give us cash back on our purchases including expenses like Google, Facebook, or AWS every month. New users can earn up to 3% cashback for their first 90 days.The best part is Jeeves puts up the cash, and you settle up once every 30 days in any currency you want, unlike some other corporate card companies that make you pre-pay every month. Jeeves also recently launched its Jeeves Growth and Working Capital initiative for startups and fast-growing companies to enable more financial freedom for companies. The best thing of all is that Jeeves is live in 24 countries including Canada, US and many other countries around the world.Jeeves truly offers the best all-in-one expense management corporate card program for all startups especially the ones at Ripple and we at Tank Talks could not be more excited to officially partner with them. Listeners of Tank Talks can get set up with a demo of Jeeves today and take advantage of our Tank Talks special with a $250 statement credit after the first $2,500 in spend or a $500 statement credit after the first $5000 in spend. Lastly, all Jeeves cardholders receive access to their Lounge Pass program and access to over 1300 airports globally.Visit tryjeeves.com/tanktalks to learn more.In this episode we discuss:02:26 Evan's journey into tech and investing07:01 Evan's experience at Credit Suisse10:31 Why high risk situations keep happening13:04 The definition of risk and what it means to startups17:37 How early stage founders should think about their risks and address them21:28 What it means to not bury your head in the sand and address risk23:55 Risk through the eyes of an investor28:58 When deal terms mean to mitigate risk actually backfire31:27 Risks in public vs. private market deals35:22 How Evan adds value as an investor and LP39:22 Why Evan decided to leave Credit Suisse and join a startup41:47 What risk looks like to him now that he is a startup operator43:49 Evan's biggest career lesson47:26 Thoughts on FTX and SBFFast Favorites*
Join Mike Cavaggioni with Vince Scolari on the 142nd episode of the Average Joe Finances Podcast. Vince shares how to build a meaningful network of like-minded real estate entrepreneurs and had success with his acquisitions across the domestic U.S., targeting markets that are poised for growth.In this episode, you'll learn:The key factors to look for when picking a market to invest inWhy real estate is a great asset class to build wealthThe process of building a team for syndication dealsOpportunities, responsibilities, and pressure of a real estate investorAnd so much more!About Vince Scolari:After he graduated from Santa Clara University with a degree in Business Management, he started his career in Risk Management for construction and development. He found himself getting close to different development projects, contractors, and seeing how the property landscape was rapidly evolving in the Bay Area. He started investing in syndications right out of college, seeing the power that equity growth could bring. He eventually became a Partner and Owner at his Brokerage after growing his client base and adding significant value to his firm.Vince is an active Member of the Board of the Santa Clara University Bronco Builders Association, Construction Financial Manager's Association (CFMA), and United Contractors Association. He is also passionate about giving back, active as a contributing board member with a number non-profit and community organizations aimed at supporting education and healthcare in the Bay Area.Find Vince Scolari on:Website: https://laurencerosecapital.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaurencerosecapitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurencerosecapitalYoutube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCaSk7njrtN92103rnp8lJFg Average Joe Finances®All of our social media links and more: https://averagejoefinances.com/linksAbout Mike: https://themikecav.comREWBCON: Join me at the Real Estate Wealth Builders Conference. Use promo code “Mike” to save on tickets. https://averagejoefinances.com/rewbconTools and resources I use: www.averagejoefinances.com/resourcesCRM Tool: www.averagejoefinances.com/crmPay Off Your Mortgage in 5-7 Years:www.theshredmethod.com/averagejoefinancesFind a REALTOR® in any state: www.averagejoefinances.com/realtorMake Real Estate Investing Easier with DealMachine:www.averagejoefinances.com/dealmachinePodcast Hosting: www.averagejoefinances.com/buzzsproutPodcast Editing Services: www.editpods.com*DISCLAIMER* www.averagejoefinances.com/disclaimerSee our full episode transcripts here: www.averagejoefinancespod.com/episodesSupport the show
This is a special episode on risk management. It is important to understand what dictates the work we do as clinical research professionals and how our work fits into the bigger picture of medical product development. This episode serves exactly that purpose. You'll be introduced to ISO 14971 Application of risk management to medical devices and learn about its relationship to ISO 14155 Clinical investigation of medical devices for human subjects — Good clinical practice. You'll also understand key terminology around risks, how to define risk, what's special about clinical studies with respect to risk management, and much more. Our guest today is Bijan Elahi. Bijan has worked in risk management for medical devices for over 29 years at the largest medical device companies in the world, as well as small startups. He is a technical fellow and Medtronic corporate advisor on safety risk management of. medical devices. In this capacity, he offers education and consulting on risk management to all Medtronic business units, worldwide. Bijan is a lecturer at Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands), where he teaches risk management to doctoral students in engineering. At the invitation of the FDA, he also teaches a graduate course on medical device risk management at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Bijan is the founder of MedTech Safety, Inc., an education and advisory company. He has educated over 6,500 individuals worldwide. Bijan is a frequently invited speaker at international professional conferences, and is also a contributor to ISO 14971, the international standard on the application of risk management to medical devices. Last but not least, he is the author of Safety Risk Management for Medical Devices, published by Elsevier publishing. Enjoy! Sponsor: This podcast is brought to you by Slope. Slope provides an online eClinical Supply Chain Management (eCSCM) platform for sponsors and research sites collaborating on complex, sample-intensive, early-stage clinical trials. The Slope eCSCM platform reduces clinical trial risks, reigns in costs, improves the productivity of clinical trial collaborators, and increases subject retention by moving the manual, spreadsheet-driven, and error-prone processes used to manage and track clinical supplies and biological samples to a digital platform. To learn more, visit slope.io and ask to speak with a solutions coordinator today.
Welcome to the Managing CRE Risk podcast with Jeremy Goodrich. Today we have a behemoth in the world of commercial real estate, Mike Ealy. Mike has over 23 years of experience in single-family, multifamily, and hotels and he shares with us how he mitigates risk in his businesses. We talk about the best markets in the country, how to get into the hotel industry, and how he made a 5M dollar profit on a deal during COVID. Join us and get inspired. Learn more about Mike and his story at shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk! “When you first start investing, you want to see the property and touch it. But as you get bigger and you start scaling, your team is everything.” 04:37 Mike has over 300 apartment units and 5000 keys in hotels all over the country. His main focus is the Midwest but he recently started to invest in the South East as well. Investing in the Southeast is riskier but the rewards are higher. Mike says that building a strong team enabled him to be able to invest in different states in the country. Mike explains that the downside of a market where the margins are greater is you get hit harder when the market corrects itself. These markets are also not cash-flowing during the hold period, however, they appreciate a lot every year. “I'm looking for deals that could potentially do a 3x multiple.” 13:14 Mike talks about a successful deal he picked up in 2020, mid-COVID. It was a 128-door deal in Cincinnati and he made 5M dollar profit on it. His biggest takeaway was to be consistent and persistent. Mike shares some of the biggest mistakes he sees people make going into a deal. Being too dependent on a low interest rate. Don't buy a property just because the debt is cheap, but because it's a great deal. Not having enough reserves and CAPEX. Put at least 3.5-4% of your gross revenue away monthly. Don't be paralyzed by the recession. “I know multiple people that own hotels, and literally took home 2-3 million cash in revenue from it.” 30:34 Mike invests in hotels as well. They make more cash, depreciate harder, and have better tax benefits. It's difficult to get into the hotel business, but it's possible with a great team with credible and experienced team members. About our guest, Michael Ealy is principal and owner of a private equity fund investing in apartments and hotels. Me and my partners have acquired 3,000 apartment units since 1999. In addition, our hotel partner-operator has 5,000 hotel keys or $1.5 BILLION worth of hotels under management. Mentioned in the show: https://nassauinvests.com Michael Ealy - From Broke to Millions His LinkedIn Shineinsurance.com www.shineinsurance.com/managing-commercial-real-estate-risk Jeremy's LinkedIn Need an instant insurance ballpark for your next Multifamily deal?! Answer 9 simple questions and we'll give you a sense of what insurance should be. Visit us here for everything you need to know: https://www.shineinsurance.com/ballpark/ Special thanks to Mike Ealy for taking the time to share so many great insights with us If you enjoyed this podcast, there's a couple of things we need you to do right now: SUBSCRIBE to Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts While you there, please RATE & REVIEW the show SHARE with friends Finally, please, JOIN the Managing Commercial Real Estate Risk Facebook Group Then, please share the show with whoever you think it will inspire. Until the next time, We truly appreciate you listening. Need the CRE Insurance Guy? More great stories & information at: Youtube – Blog – Podcast If you enjoyed this episode, then you'll love these ones: How To Market Your Deal, With John Casmon 112: Quadrant Of Risk 130: How To Find Undervalued Markets, With Stefan Tsvetkov
Risk Management is a discipline of its own within the Medical Device field. In ISO 13485, EU MDR 2017/745, IVDR 2017/746, FDA QSR, MDSAP… All of them talk about Risk Management. You should manage your risks. But why is this so important or even critical? This is what we will discuss with Kailash Kalidoss who is a Medical Device Engineer and also a NASA Ambassador. He will share with us his experience. PS: if your company needs an EU, UK or Swiss Authorized representative or Importer, don't hesitate to contact Easy Medical Device. See the link below. Who is Kailash Kalidoss? The foundation of my professional experience is in consulting for complex MedTech projects, from conceptualization to product release. In my 13+ years of experience, I have worked as a Design control consultant for various leading US-based Medical Device Companies. I'm also certified by AAMI for Medical Quality System Regulations. Currently, I work for a cutting-edge engineering consulting firm based out of the Bay area in California. Academically my career is well rounded with an MBA from a prestigious B-School. Also, I have good exposure to STEM fields through MS and Engineering Bachelor degrees earlier, to effectively complement the B-School erudition. SPECIALITIES: Medical Device Design Control, Verification, and Validation, Software in Medical Devices and SaMD, Quality, Medical Device Regulations BEYOND WORK: Aerospace Educator for Civil Air Patrol, a United States Airforce Auxiliary. NASA Solar System Ambassador. Who is Monir El Azzouzi? Monir El Azzouzi is a Medical Device Expert specializing in Quality and Regulatory Affairs. After working for many years with big Healthcare companies, particularly Johnson and Johnson, he decided to create EasyMedicalDevice.com to help people better understand Medical Device Regulations worldwide. He has now created the consulting firm Easy Medical Device GmbH and developed many ways to deliver knowledge through videos, podcasts, online courses… His company also acts as Authorized Representative for the EU, UK, and Switzerland. Easy Medical Device becomes a one-stop shop for medical device manufacturers that need support on Quality and Regulatory Affairs. Links Kailash Kalidoss LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kailashkalidoss iso 14971:2019. https://www.iso.org/standard/72704.html EU MDR 2017/745: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1589797311848&uri=CELEX:02017R0745-20200424 Authorized Representative and Importer for EU, UK, and Switzerland: https://easymedicaldevice.com/authorised-representative-and-importer/ eQMS SmartEye: https://scube-technologies.com/why-s-cube/
Most healthcare providers are swimming in shark-infested waters these days, ever-watchful for dorsal fins that signal imminent danger. At first there were the Recovery Auditors (RAs), created by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), to correct Medicare billing submitted by providers for services rendered to Medicare beneficiaries. And now, nearly two decades later, the RAs have been joined by several other auditors, and healthcare has quickly become a dangerous and expensive environment, especially given a new breed of sharks: the Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs), whose primary mission is to save money by denying claims in the name of compliance.Join us next Monday for another live edition of the long-running Monitor Mondays Internet broadcast for a news round-up, and to learn of more lurking dangers and how to protect your facility's revenue while remaining compliant, even amid all the turmoil.Other segments will include these instantly recognizable broadcast features:OIG Report: Monitor Monday's own physician and attorney, Dr. John K. Hall, will report on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit of critical care billing at Leahy Clinic in Boston. If you have an ICU, you will need to hear his report.The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel, partner at the law firm of Practus, will report the latest news about auditors.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney David Glaser, shareholder in the law offices of Fredrikson & Bryon, will join the broadcast with his trademark segment.SDoH Report: Marie Stinebuck, COO of Phoenix Medical Management, Inc, will report on the news that's happening at the intersection of healthcare regulations and the SDoH. Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of R1 RCM, will be making his Monday Rounds with another installment of his popular segment.Legislative Update: Adam Brenman, Federal Legislative Analyst for Zelis, will report on current healthcare legislation.
GuestCody HallFounder At Octiva HealthcareOn Twitter | On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/codhal/HostBrendon RodOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/brendon-rod____________________________This Episode's SponsorsAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?
This week, Ricardo discusses three prominent businesspeople whose incoherent actions hurt those who had put their faith in their ideas: Elizabeth Homes of Theranos, Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX, and Elon Musk of Twitter. These persons share many characteristics, including a remarkable charm that has garnered them widespread adulation and the impression that they possess superhuman abilities. Yet, the revolutionary language and charisma were eventually called into question, revealing a lack of governance, control systems, and compliance. Ricardo likens these people to the charismatic and self-assured project manager who decides to charge ahead without first doing an in-depth study of the situation, planning, establishing effective governance, or implementing stringent controls. Behind the development of a project, there are people who invest and bet on the results of that project. Charisma and lack of governance will not deliver what is expected; it takes a lot of work, governance, planning, and control. Listen to this week's #5minpodcast to learn more.
Nesta semana, Ricardo discute três proeminentes empresários cujas ações incoerentes feriram aqueles que colocaram sua fé em suas ideias: Elizabeth Homes da Theranos, Sam Bankman-Fried da FTX e Elon Musk do Twitter. Essas pessoas compartilham muitas características, incluindo um carisma notável que lhes rendeu ampla adulação e a impressão de que possuem habilidades sobre-humanas. No entanto, a linguagem e o carisma revolucionários acabaram sendo questionados, revelando falta de governança, sistemas de controle e conformidade. Ricardo compara essas pessoas ao gerente de projeto carismático e seguro de si que decide seguir em frente sem primeiro fazer um estudo aprofundado da situação, planejar, estabelecer uma governança eficaz ou implementar controles rigorosos. Por trás do desenvolvimento de um projeto, existem pessoas que investem e apostam nos resultados desse projeto. O carisma e a falta de governança não vão entregar o que se espera, é preciso muito trabalho, governança, planejamento e controle. Ouça o #5minpodcast desta semana para saber mais.
#018 - In this next episode, I was honored to be joined by Robert Crapo. He is a cyber intelligence leader in his organization, in the financial services industry. He has broad experience from being an intel officer in the US Army, he's worked in intel analyst roles, and now leads projects that are a fusion of global intel and cyber threat intel — supporting diverse stakeholders across his organization. Plus, he's earned his Master's from the university of South Florida.Today's discussion was really interesting for me, especially because Robert made a pivot of sorts in his career from being an intel analyst to supporting and leading cyber initiatives in his organization — and I think this is an essential idea for analysts out there to think about — your skills are highly transferable across other security disciplines and you can be so much more than you are!If you'd like to get the resources and show notes mentioned in this episode, go to:https://thesecuritystudent.com/shownotes
GuestMaril Vernon"One Woman Purple Team" | Co-founder of The Cyber Queens Podcast | Purple Team Lead/Sr SE | Social Engineer | Physical Pentest | CTI | Administrative Officer- Offensive Ops @ CSFI | MSCSIAOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/shewhohacksOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/marilvernon/HostAlyssa MillerOn ITSPmagazine
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As Imprivata's VP of Worldwide Engineering, Cyber, Joel Burleson-Davis is responsible for overseeing teams in the organization that build and deliver cybersecurity solutions. Prior to joining Imprivata, he was an engineering manager in Sydney, Australia for 6 years. He holds a master's degree in liberal arts from St. Edward's University where his focus was on philosophy and behavioral sciences applied to technology. He has been working in cybersecurity for over 20 years and we link up at the bar to talk about the history of supply chain vulnerabilities, winning the good versus evil arms race, the recent explosion in supply chain disruptions, the risks within software supply chains, and if supply chain security is an underrated threat.Danny Boy pulls the trigger switch on a “Chainsaw” shot.Support the showContact BarCode Support us on Patreon Follow us on LinkedIn Tweet us at @BarCodeSecurity Email us at email@example.com Thanks for listening, and we will see you next round!
Fill The Gap Live: Investment Management Trends at an Inflection PointInterview recorded Live at CMT APAC Summit 2022 in Mumbai India on Nov 5, 2022In this live installment of Fill the Gap, the official podcast of the CMT Association, global money management veterans share how they use technical analysis in their trend following investment process for market outperformance over the long run.With front row seats to the evolution of equity markets for more than three decades, Atul Suri and David Lundgren, CMT, CFA have learned many lessons managing returns over multiple market cycles. They will discuss the strategies used in their respective funds and unpack the objectives of trend following including how to identify, engage, and stay in trending securities by utilizing the tools of technical analysis.As an investment style, trend following has existed for a very long time. Some 200 years ago, the classical economist David Ricardo's imperative to “cut short your losses” and “let your profits run on” suggested an attention to trends. Early in the last century, the legendary American trader Jesse Livermore stated explicitly that the “big money was not in the individual fluctuations but in … sizing up the entire market and its trend.” Understanding that the market is efficient, but also trends, confirms how technical analysis can help investors uncover attractive investment opportunities. Leading, coincident, and lagging indicators of trend change as well as Relative Strength will give the audience a clear perspective on how they might incorporate technical analysis into their own investment process.Fill the Gap, hosted by David Lundgren, CMT, CFA and Tyler Wood, CMT brings veteran market analysts and money managers onto a monthly podcast. Join us in conversation with the men and women of Wall St. who discovered, engineered, and refined the discipline of technical market analysis to improve your own investment decision making and approach to markets.For complete show notes of every episode, visit: https://cmtassociation.org/development/podcasts/