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Best Thomas Ellison podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Thomas Ellison podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Formed in 2015, Team Hugh Jass got their start competing in online endurance events through the iRacing simulation platform. Since then they have expanded rapidly, competing in multiple events, launching a broadcast channel, running the ChampCar Sim Series, and racing their own Miata in endurance races around the USA. Hugh Jass Paddock Pass is the latest venture, a biweekly podcast where members of the team get together to discuss the latest news in global motorsport, updates from their own ...
 
Listen to two dudes who think they know what makes a good radio show. It's an hour and a half burgeoning with insipid stories, lukewarm commentary and post-juvenile humour. Every week Jack, Tristan and a special guest randomly select a conversation topic; ranging from God to unfortunate roommates. Woven throughout the conversation is a cacophony of segments, games and random callers. Also there is no pizza. Sorry.
 
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Today’s show is both a fascinating story and a call to action. We’re posting it as a bonus episode because my guest, Andrew McCormack of the Bank for International Settlements, is sharing an invitation to innovators throughout the world to apply to compete in the G20’s global TechSprint -- and entries are due in just two weeks!…
 
Welcome to the second in our series of special conversations about how the pandemic may change the shape of financial regulation. Last time we talked with former Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry. Today, my guest is another former Comptroller, and now the CEO and Founder of Promontory Financial Group, Eugene Ludwig. Gene Ludwig has been a ho…
 
Today’s show is the first in our COVID recovert series. My guest is Thomas J. Curry, who served as the US Comptroller of the Currency from 2012 to 2017. For listeners outside the United States, the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, or OCC, is the US regulator of nationally-chartered banks.
 
Trailblazing is hard work. It is not easy to carve out a path no one has followed before, knowing where you want to go but not precisely how to get there. That is exactly what today’s guest has done. Colin Walsh is the CEO of Varo, and Varo is the first fintech startup to become chartered as a national bank.…
 
Today’s guest is David Reiling, CEO and Chairman of Sunrise Banks and author of the book, Fintech4Good. David likes to emphasize the business advantages of being a mission-driven, double bottom line company. He says, for example, that it gives him a huge edge in recruiting top talent. He also believes it also saves on compliance costs. It’s a falla…
 
In this episode, I talk with Jerry Buckley and Sasha Leonhart of the Buckley firm, who explain how they did the project and what they learned. Jerry, Sasha and I also conducted a briefing on Capitol Hill last month, which was very well-attended and has engendered a great deal of constructive feedback and discussion. I want to thank the Buckley firm…
 
We're Back! Season 2 of the Hugh Jass Paddock Pass kicks off with our Formula 1 preview. Who will win the teammate battles of the year? Will the top 3 teams find themselves under threat? Is Antonio Giovinazzi underrated? All these items discussed, and more. Please note, this episode was recorded before the cancellation of the 2020 Australian Grand …
 
Lamine Zarrad is the co-founder and CEO of Joust. He began his entrepreneurial journey as a refugee, going on to serve in the U.S. Marines, and then building an expertise around banking regulations and financial services. With Joust, Lamine combines his passion for inclusion with his banking skills to create the nation’s first, all-inclusive bankin…
 
Today’s show is a bonus episode, giving a glimpse of an important project that’s underway. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have funded an initiative to think through the future of central banks and how they will, and should, advance the goal of financial inclusion. To lead the work, the foundation selected two leading thinkers in the space. M…
 
Today’s guest leads one of the most important institutions in that movement. She is Greta Bull, a director of the World Bank and CEO of CGap, the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor. In our conversation, Greta describes the progress and also the daunting work ahead. She talks about challenges in cyber-security. She talks about interoperability --…
 
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