Discover what it may mean to exit the narrative matrix of today as Epsilon Theory creator and thought-leader Ben Hunt joins Greg Dowling on the FEG Insight Bridge. The two explore Ben's enthusiasm for game theory as it relates to market narratives and one of the world's most prominent games, investing.
Immerse yourself in the world of investing in sports as Greg Dowling sits down with prominent American venture capitalist, Kara Nortman. Kara shares her journey in becoming the visionary founder of Monarch Collective, a gender-equality group of venture capitalists in effort to increase diversity and the co-founder of Angel City FC.
Is the real estate sector really as bad as the headlines seem? This episode welcomes Seth Singerman, founder and managing principal of Singerman Real Estate, as he breaks down the diverse asset class and shares his thoughts on key areas of growth and opportunity going forward.
Join FEG’s Head of Research Greg Dowling as he chats with Edward Chancellor, financial historian, financial journalist, investment strategist, former investment professional, and best-selling author of Devil Take the Hindmost.
On this episode of the FEG Insight Bridge, Greg is joined by Kenneth Lee and Michael Yoshino, co-founders of Pleiad, a long/short equities hedge fund firm based in Hong Kong. Listen in as Kenny and Mike answer the tough questions, like whether China is currently investible, how COVID has impacted Asian supply chains, if now is the time for Japan, and where to find the best dim sum in Hong Kong.
This extra-special episode of the FEG Insight Bridge highlights the Cincinnati IceBreakers, an adaptive sled hockey team that offers individuals with physical disabilities the chance to compete in organized sports. Greg is joined by Frank Yantek, one of the founding members of the organization, and the two discuss the current status of the club, which members are playing for the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team, and why access to organized sports is so important—especially for those who might not otherwise get the chance to play.
Former captain of the Canadian National Hockey Team and founder and CIO of Maple Rock, Xavier Majic joins Greg in this episode of the FEG Insight Bridge to talk about his unusual path to finance, the many similarities between professional hockey and investing, the differences between being a great captain and a great coach, and how being willing to look stupid can lead to some incredibly smart results. Make sure you tune in for this exiting episode!
As founder and CEO of Mogul, a global diversity recruitment company, Tiffany Pham has her finger on the pulse of diversity and equity. In this episode of the FEG Insight Bridge, Tiffany discusses her remarkable journey, the critical importance of diversity in all industries, and the role of mentorship and sponsorship in creating a supportive environment for diverse talent. She also shares her three tips for career success, her advice for cold soliciting a mentor, and strategies for dealing with rejection. From Tiffany’s practical examples to her actionable advice, you won’t want to miss this enriching episode.
In this episode of FEG’s Insight Bridge, Greg is joined by Victor Khosla, founder and CIO of Strategic Value Partners, a private credit firm with investments in both the U.S. and Europe. Victor reflects on the shifts in distressed investing over the past 20-plus years and explores the role of ESG in improving operations. He also shares his thoughts on the differences between distressed debt in Europe and the U.S. and why rescue financing, or DIP loans, is an essential piece of SVP’s toolkit.
This week, Greg is joined by DoubleLine CIO Jeffrey Sherman (also the host of the podcast The Sherman Show) to discuss the current state of the markets and break down areas of opportunity amidst the noise. Jeremy shares his opinions on the latest moves by the Fed (and what he thinks is coming), how the U.S. will fare as the economy slows down, and why there’s no such thing as “bond math.”
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