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The podcast focuses on leadership and the challenges and successes in building outstanding businesses, getting unique initiatives off the ground and making real impact in the world. Lindsay interviews uncommonly high-achievers, including: Exemplary CEOs Hollywood Filmmakers Investment Fund Managers & Other High Impact Individuals
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With a deal drought across the global private equity industry, we talk to Chris Field of global law firm Dechert about what's next for M&A and buyout deal flow for 2024. We discuss valuations and defensive deal structures as vendors and buyers find ways to come together. Top quote: "I have never worked on an earn-out, ever, that has not resulted in…
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In this episode, Lindsay sits down with Mike Seckler, seasoned entrepreneur and business leader, as he shares his insights on the seismic shifts in the business landscape during the pandemic, the critical blend of technology and human touch in customer service, and the impressive growth strategies adopted by Justworks under his guidance. Mike also …
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Private equity is a great way of investing in uncertain, high growth environments. Strange then, that the African private equity industry is so small. In fact, Stephane Bacquaert, managing partner of Adenia Capital, argues that the mature Western private capital industry has systematically misunderstood the African opportunity, and its risk profile…
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Join Lindsay Hadley as she chats with Walt Rakowich about his remarkable leadership journey. Walt shares the core principles that have guided his successful career and his unique take on transparency, integrity, empathy and the meaning behind ‘Transfluence’ and his new book. Walt certainly navigated through significant challenges with resilience an…
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Private equity fund managers are racing to find structures that will allow small private investors to invest with them. Meanwhile governments are introducing ELTIF and LTAF structures to encourage "democratization". Henry Freeman has been working at the nexus of public and private equity for two decades. And he has concerns. Henry is founder of the…
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Join Lindsay Hadley, Phil Zahn, and special guest Paul Young, author of ‘The Shack’, ‘Eve’ and many more, for an enlightening conversation on the Lindsay Hadley Podcast. Discover the author’s incredible journey from overcoming challenges with resilience to imparting valuable advice for living a purpose-driven life. This episode promises inspiration…
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Join host Lindsay Hadley as she converses with Diego Ugalde, a former Navy SEAL turned visionary founder of The Trident Approach. Unpack Diego's journey revealing the power of military-crafted leadership and teamwork in shaping successful civilian ventures. In this episode, Diego delves into the significance of resilience, the indispensable nature …
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Daniel Zwirn is CEO of Arena Investors LP. In this episode of the Fund Shack private equity podcast, he talks to Ross Butler about the opportunities in private markets, and how to prosecute them in a way that truly aligns incentives with underlying investors. [00:00:16] Ross Butler: You’re listening to fund Shack. I’m Ross Butler, and today my gues…
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Daniel Zwirn is CEO of Arena Investors LP. In this episode of the Fund Shack private equity podcast, he talks to Ross Butler about the opportunities in private markets, and how to prosecute them in a way that truly aligns incentives with underlying investors. [00:00:16] Ross Butler: You’re listening to fund Shack. I’m Ross Butler, and today my gues…
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Join host Lindsay Hadley as she welcomes Scott Shaw, CEO of Lincoln Tech, to discuss the transformative power of vocational education. Scott shares insights from his switch from finance to education and his two-decade journey with Lincoln, a leader in training middle-skilled workers. With a 75-year legacy, Lincoln has been pivotal in sectors like h…
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Join host Lindsay Hadley as she welcomes Bob Worsley, entrepreneur behind the iconic SkyMall catalog and Zeni Home. In this episode, Bob details his journey from an ambitious start-up aboard a plane to a public company boasting a $500 million market cap. He opens up about his pivotal cooperation with the FBI post-9/11, his impactful foray into rene…
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On the first episode of 2024, Lindsay welcomes Naomi Whittel for an open and insightful conversation on Naomi’s entrepreneurial journey - from working with natural products, selling companies and not getting paid, to even writing a book, Naomi is a force of nature when it comes to innovation and an inspiration to other women in business. Don’t miss…
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In this episode, dive into the journey of founder and CEO of Hirewell Matt Massucci. Learn about his first steps into his professional career in Deloitte to the insides of the dotcom crash and how this crisis led Matt to create Hirewell and the challenges he faced before the business found stability. Lindsay and Matt also discuss complexities of th…
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From a humble Idaho town to managing a $69 million fund, Rob's journey is nothing short of inspiring! Learn about his unique initiatives with Angel Studios, their community-centric model, and how they're disrupting traditional Hollywood studios! Don't miss out on Rob's insights on the potential of capitalism to bring about societal change, and the …
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Hans Lovrek stumbled on Medieval Florentine documents that showed structures were being used to align interests in ventures with high information asymmetry that were uncannily similar to today’s limited partnerships. Through a method of historical institutionalism, Hans demonstrates how the same techniques have been used to solve similar problems, …
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Hans Lovrek stumbled on Medieval Florentine documents that showed structures were being used to align interests in ventures with high information asymmetry that were uncannily similar to today’s limited partnerships. Through a method of historical institutionalism, Hans demonstrates how the same techniques have been used to solve similar problems, …
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Lindsay Hadley sits down with Matt Pohlson, the co-founder of Omaze, on the latest episode of The Lindsay Hadley Podcast. Discover the story behind Omaze's inception, their successful campaigns, and their plans for global expansion. Matt also shares his near-death experience and how it influenced his approach to life and work.Tune in for an episode…
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Yaron Valler is a founder of venture capital firm Target Global. He is a successful entrepreneur and investor, and was part of the team at Intel that invented the Pentium Processor. In this episode of the Fund Shack podcast, he talks to Ross Butler about how AI will change ‘everything’, virtual reality, how government’s should direct innovation and…
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Yaron Valler is a founder of venture capital firm Target Global. He is a successful entrepreneur and investor, and was part of the team at Intel that invented the Pentium Processor. In this episode of the Fund Shack podcast, he talks to Ross Butler about how AI will change ‘everything’, virtual reality, how government’s should direct innovation and…
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Sanjay Panchal is a partner at Livingbridge, a leading international growth capital investor, where he specialises in healthcare. In this episode he speaks to Ross Butler about the opportunities for private equity investors across the healthcare sector. [00:00:00] Ross Butler: You’re listening to Fund Shack. I’m Ross Butler and this week I’m talkin…
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Sanjay Panchal is a partner at Livingbridge, a leading international growth capital investor, where he specialises in healthcare. In this episode he speaks to Ross Butler about the opportunities for private equity investors across the healthcare sector. [00:00:00] Ross Butler: You’re listening to Fund Shack. I’m Ross Butler and this week I’m talkin…
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Marcus Maier-Krug is partner and co-head of portfolio management at Arcmont. He has been working in private credit since before the global financial crisis. In this episode, recorded in November 2023, we discuss what constitutes alpha in private credit, what it’s attractions are as an asset class, whether it can retain the market share it has taken…
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Marcus Maier-Krug is partner and co-head of portfolio management at Arcmont. He has been working in private credit since before the global financial crisis. In this episode, recorded in November 2023, we discuss what constitutes alpha in private credit, what it’s attractions are as an asset class, whether it can retain the market share it has taken…
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In this episode, Lindsay Hadley engages in a candid discussion with Ethos Life’s CAO Brandt Kucharski. Dive into the intricacies of Brandt's career, his role in GrubHub's historic IPO, and the inspiring transition to Ethos Life. Learn about the balance between financial expertise, personal values, and impactful leadership.…
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Alejandro Alcalde Rasch is a senior director in Advent International‘s portfolio support group. He joined Advent in 2010 having been chief transformation officer and head of supply at Gröhe AG and a partner in McKinsey’s chemicals practice. In this Fund Shack podcast, Alejandro talks to Ross Butler about the genesis of Advent’s dedicated portfolio …
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Alejandro Alcalde Rasch is a senior director in Advent International‘s portfolio support group. He joined Advent in 2010 having been chief transformation officer and head of supply at Gröhe AG and a partner in McKinsey’s chemicals practice. In this Fund Shack podcast, Alejandro talks to Ross Butler about the genesis of Advent’s dedicated portfolio …
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In this interview, host Lindsay Hadley sits down with entrepreneur and visionary, Hooman Radfar, to explore his remarkable journey in the world of startups and self-employment. As the CEO of Collective, Hooman shares his role in shaping the company's strategy, growth, and operations, all while staying committed to Collective's powerful vision of en…
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Explore how technology can be a powerful force for good in the world in this interview with KP Hari, Co Founder, CFO and Executive Vice Chairman of Speridian Technologies. Understand how he leverages tech for positive change, benefiting communities and making a meaningful impact. Join us to see how they balance business and philanthropy.…
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Harvard professor Josh Lerner explains the risks and requirements of public intervention in establishing a thriving venture capital and entrepreneurial ecosystem. Professor Lerner tells Ross Butler that seeding a venture capital industry is a difficult and slow process – it’s not just the case of emulating Silicon Valley. With reference to his clas…
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Harvard professor Josh Lerner explains the risks and requirements of public intervention in establishing a thriving venture capital and entrepreneurial ecosystem. Professor Lerner tells Ross Butler that seeding a venture capital industry is a difficult and slow process – it’s not just the case of emulating Silicon Valley. With reference to his clas…
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Andros Payne talks to Ross Butler about the holy grail of private equity value creation: a systematic, quantitative approach to cultural and behavioural change. What makes businesses work well? Andros Payne is an engineer and entrepreneur who has spent two decades codifying and benchmarking the behaviours of senior and middle managers that are prov…
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Andros Payne talks to Ross Butler about the holy grail of private equity value creation: a systematic, quantitative approach to cultural and behavioural change. What makes businesses work well? Andros Payne is an engineer and entrepreneur who has spent two decades codifying and benchmarking the behaviours of senior and middle managers that are prov…
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Maria Baltazzi is an Emmy-award winner television producer, most known for her work in the hit reatilty- show ‘Survival’, but also a PhD in Pilosophy. Today, on The Lindsay Hadley Podcast, Maria sits down with Lindsay to discuss her new book ‘Take a Shot at Happiness’ and go through the ways to experience a journey redirected to joy, with all sorts…
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In this inspiring interview, meet Jacqueline Samira, the visionary founder behind Howdy, as she shares her journey of building a $105 million startup empire. Discover her secrets to success and learn how she's bridging borders with innovation through the challenges she faced and how she overcame adversity with resilience and determination.…
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Welcome to The Lindsay Hadley Podcast! In this inspiring episode, we sit down with Matt Hulett, a seasoned entrepreneur with a remarkable track record of driving over $2 billion in value creation. Join us as he shares his 30-year journey in the technology industry, including lessons learned from the Web 1.0 bubble burst and his involvement in diver…
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Host Lindsay Hadley invites Navid Alipour, the visionary founder of B C Fund Analytics Ventures, CureMetrics, and CureMatch. Together, they delve deep into the world of AI and its profound impact on healthcare. Uncover the secrets behind CureMetrics' AI software, detecting breast cancer years before it surfaces, and its remarkable ability to identi…
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