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Hello and welcome to GARP’s Climate Risk Podcast series, where we will be investigating how climate change is impacting the world of business and finance and what this means for risk management. Through the course of this series we will be bringing you insights from those working at the cutting edge of climate change. We will be joined by regulators, business leaders and risk practitioners who will help us build up a holistic view of the risks and opportunities that climate change poses and ...
 
Welcome to the Risk Intelligence Podcast, where the Global Association of Risk Professionals, also known as GARP, brings together the world’s foremost Risk Practitioners, from around the globe, for in depth insights and discussions on today’s most important risk issues in finance and energy. Here is your chance to listen in.
 
We discuss investment best practices, individual stock ideas, and a host of other personal finance and investing topics. I'm inherently a GARP investor and will share my research and perspective, but will also interview guests from various POVs. You can support my content here: https://anchor.fm/sunnypoint/support
 
Stocks-in-Depth thoroughly examines the fundamentals of reasonably valued high-quality small and mid-cap growth companies. It is produced by GARP Research, a provider of equity research to institutions including many of the most well-known fund managers for over 20 years. GARP is known for its granular modelling of business lines and in-depth assessment of competition and served markets. Stocks-in-Depth searches for value and growth by researching stocks that may be out of favor, or where a ...
 
Mint Equitymaster Investor Hour is a weekly podcast dedicated to learning from the best investment minds of our times. Tune in with host Rahul Goel, the CEO of one of India’s most respected independent research companies, Equitymaster, for a lot of learning that could help you make better decisions in life and investing. This is a Mint production, brought to by HT Smartcast.
 
Money with Monika is a weekly personal finance show that answers your queries on all investment matters. Monika Halan, Consulting Editor of Mint and author of Let’s Talk Money, takes you through the various avenues of savings open to you - deposits, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, insurance and pension funds. This is a Mint production, brought to you by HT Smartcast.
 
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Mihir Vora is a ‘growth at a reasonable price (GARP)’ stock picker. He is always thinking where he can find growth...and how he can get to ride it in a way that ends in potentially large profits. Fortunately for his investors, he does this quite often! I talk to Mihir about his journey, his GARP approach, and as always about portfolio construction …
 
What climate books do you want for Christmas? Listen in to find out where to start on picking out those stocking fillers. In this special episode, Jo reunites with William McDonnell to discuss their top picks of climate books across all genres, from climate science to politics and economics, covering fiction and non-fiction. Although its light-hear…
 
Sumeet Nagar’s amazing track record in the smallcap and midcap space is no fluke. He has a solid decision-making process on which stocks to buy, how much to buy, and, equally importantly, when to sell. Host Rahul Goel digs into each of these aspects. They also talk about asset allocation, on India’s prospects, and new-age tech stocks. Listen in...…
 
Nithin Eapen is a long-term crypto investor. Surprising as this may seem, it’s true. Apart from being a successful crypto investor, Nithin’s other strength is that he can explain all things crypto in a way that you can make sense of it. So, if you want to learn about the world of crypto...how it works, how scams happen and how you can try and ride …
 
Hear from William McDonnell, COO of the Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market, as we discuss the role of carbon credits in the transition to net-zero, and what changes are needed to ensure that the voluntary market can function correctly. Sign up for GARP’s 2022 Climate Risk Symposium here! Part I: Nov 22, 1:00 - 2:30 pm GMT Part II: De…
 
Nilesh Shah is perhaps one of the best debt fund managers India has ever had. Not only did he rack up great returns, Nilesh once told investors in his fund to redeem their monies as the future was likely to be bleak. That’s quintessential Nilesh for you. Always focused on his investors. Nilesh is a big believer in the India story. As he puts it, In…
 
It’s not for no reason that Vijay Kedia has a cult-like following in the Indian stock markets. He has had a string of massive successes, right from 1991...and as a result, has scripted the classic rags to riches story in the stock market. Vijay buys cheap stocks and he tries to buy them at the right time...the reason for his success is something el…
 
Hear from Prof. Clifford Rossi as we examine some of today’s biggest financial risk modeling challenges. Risk modelers have recently been befuddled by rare and powerful non-financial events, including the pandemic, geopolitical conflicts, radical weather happenings, and a supply-chain crisis. What are the characteristics and impacts of these unpred…
 
Hear from Bruce Usher, Professor of Practice at Columbia Business School, as we examine the investment opportunities and strategies that have emerged in response to the challenges of climate change. We know that we need to rapidly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions in order to avoid catastrophic levels of climate change. This will require consi…
 
Manish Sabharwal knows what makes the Indian economy tick, and what could make it tick a whole lot faster. He is after all the person who is providing a key input for that growth i.e. people! Manish believes that China’s pivot has brought forward global interest in India...and the fact there is no scalable alternative, makes the India story even mo…
 
Hear from Prof. Emily Shuckburgh OBE, Director of Cambridge Zero, as we explore the potential for machine learning to help us navigate an increasingly difficult transition to net-zero. Time is fast running out to limit end of century warming to 1.5oC. With significant European energy insecurity in the wake of the Ukrainian war, and increasing diplo…
 
Devina Mehra’s claim to fame recommends HDFC Bank stock at an adjusted price of less than Re 1. But that’s nowhere even close to the successes she has racked up over her career. She founded First Global, which is today one of India’s most successful global research firms. Along the way, she has had a string of successful calls including recommendin…
 
Pankaj Tibrewal’s approach to picking stocks, constructing the best portfolio and his focus on management trust (he has kept notes for 20 years now to help assess this) creates a framework that works wonders. He applies this in the context of an India which is taking off. His explanation for why India is really set for better times is both convinci…
 
Samit Vartak’s journey to becoming one of the top money managers in India is fascinating. A chance encounter with a friend, the stock market bubble of the late 90s and a consulting job converted him from a small-town person who could not even speak English, into what he has become today. A very successful erudite fund manager. Samit and I talk abou…
 
Hear from Prof. David Victor and Dr. Danny Cullenward, as we dive into the political forces that mould the climate policy landscape. Designing climate policies that are effective in achieving climate change mitigation and adaptation is a major challenge. Most economists argue for a carbon tax, which helps align incentives appropriately. But the cos…
 
Talking to Gautam Baid, author of the Joys of Compounding, is both inspirational and thought-provoking. He went from working a night shift at the hotel reception, to becoming one of the most widely followed money managers. Sheer hard work and grit led him to perfect a style of stock picking and portfolio building that has worked wonders in the last…
 
Sankaran Naren has seen it all...right from the heady IPOs of the 1970s. Along the way, he has learnt from his mistakes and combined that with the teachings of gurus like Warren Buffett and Howard Marks to evolve his own unique approach to stock picking. He even has an acronym for it - TED. In our conversation, we talk about Naren’s focus on buying…
 
Hear from Prof. Brian Fagan, Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, as we dig up lessons in climate risk from the ancient world of our ancestors. Humanity has been subject to extreme weather and natural climate change for millions of years, and we can trace its impacts back to even our most ancient civiliz…
 
Jim Rogers has a knack for spotting opportunities way ahead of others. Guided by his ultra-simple investment philosophy, Jim has built a following few can match. We talk investing in times of inflation, in times of war and what’s the next big long term trade. We obviously talk Gold, Silver and commodities in general. And, ahem, we talk quite a bit …
 
Kenneth Andrade on Building the Perfect Stock Portfolio Intro: Kenneth Andrade’s approach to stock picking can only be described as super-rational. Even more interesting than that is how he constructs his portfolio. In a rather unique episode, we spend a considerable amount of time discussing this. We also talk about how to identify a sector to bet…
 
Marc Faber’s Amazing 50 Year Investing Journey, His Take on Asset Allocation and on Modi's India Any conversation with March Faber is fascinating. And that’s because he draws from deep into history to show why things are happening the way they are...and the way they could in time to come. In this episode we talk about his 50 year + journey in the i…
 
Hear from Sean Kidney, CEO of the Climate Bonds Initiative, as we explore the many ways finance is going green, from the phenomenal growth of the green bond market, to the ongoing revolution in investor sentiment, to the growing financial risks from climate change… and much, much more! There are few challenges facing humanity as important as the tr…
 
Alok Jain’s journey is fascinating. His education spanned from a government school to a top US university. And his entrepreneurial ventures from broking to a pioneering independent research initiative – WeekendInvesting.com. And, yes, what has kept him going all along is a set of values captured in a few lines of a prayer. Listen in...…
 
Ridham Desai is a veteran of the stock markets. Starting with almost nothing, he built up capital by trading stocks. And then went on to become one of the best long-term stock pickers in India. Ridham’s career overlaps almost to perfection with India’s opening up in the early 1990s. The two stories are intertwined...and it just adds to my fascinati…
 
As we are fast approaching the return of the GARP, we have one last episode for you. We finally decide to review a current anime that just wrapped its first season. We talk about the critical darling, Ranking of Kings. Plus, some more news that is already old. We're back, baby! Click here to download episode (Right-click and Save As) Your browser d…
 
This week we continue our conversation with Ajit Dayal, Founder, Quantum Mutual Fund, PersonalFN and Equitymaster. We start off with Ajit’s meeting with Narayan Murthy before the IPO of Infosys. And then we delve into Ajit’s philosophy of investing, which has been tested time and again over the last 30+ years.…
 
Hear from Eila Kreivi, Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor at the European Investment Bank, as we take a closer look at the EU Taxonomy, including what it is and isn’t, how it developed, and what it means for the future of sustainable finance. A key challenge with tackling climate change is how to channel the vast amount of private sector investment …
 
Ajit Dayal is an entrepreneur like no other. His endeavors range from writing comic books to setting up India’s first direct-to-investor mutual fund. At heart he is an educator focused on empowering individuals so they can make better investment decisions. In the first part of this two-part episode, we talk about Ajit’s journey from the race tracks…
 
Investors like Ramesh Damani are hard to come by. Arguably one of the most successful investors in India, he remains disappointed that he has not done even better. It’s this hunger that drives him and makes for a fascinating conversation. We also talk about what could lead the next wave in the stock market, training the next generation for managing…
 
Hear from Fathom’s Matthew Jones and Andrew Smith as we discuss the challenges and opportunities created by climate change for modellers of physical risk. Modelling physical risks, particularly from natural catastrophes, is challenging, requiring specialist knowledge and complex data sets. Additionally, with climate change affecting the frequency a…
 
This week host Rahul Goel talks to Saurabh Mukherjea, arguably one of India’s best-known money managers. In this fascinating episode, Saurabh reveals details of one of his biggest investment calls to date and how it changed everything. They also talk about life, family and fraud among other things. It’s an unmissable conversation. Listen now!…
 
Hear from Julie Pullen, a leading expert in ocean-atmosphere interactions, on how our oceans are being affected by climate change, what we stand to lose, and how we can restore them whilst building resilience. The world’s oceans are critical to all life on Earth. They have also buffered us against the worst impacts of climate change, absorbing abou…
 
We are still on break from Aquarion so let's do a bit of a throwback. Recorded live on Twitch, we go through the list of upcoming (and currently airing) anime of Spring 2022. So, you can't say that we are late on doing a preview episode. Click here to download episode (Right-click and Save As) Your browser does not support this audio Click to read …
 
Hear from Kevin Dooley, Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management, as he talks to us about how managing the sustainability of your supply chain is the best approach to risk management. Supply chains are an absolutely integral part of the modern global economy. But as they grow in complexity, they become more fragile. They are also often op…
 
We are taking a small break from the madness of Aquarion but we are not stopping from talking about something ridiculous. As a sort of spin-off of The Manga Mavericks Book Club, we are here to talk about a couple of movies from the Saint Seiya franchise. We do our best to explain Evil Goddess Eris and The Heated Battle of the Gods. Click here to do…
 
Hear from Alan Smith, First Church Estates Commissioner, about the culture and capabilities that asset owners look for in the companies they invest in. Asset owners have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of their ultimate beneficiaries, which often forces them to take a longer-term perspective than many other types of financial firms. S…
 
Hear from Mark Campanale, Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, as we dive into the strategies being used to align financial markets to a net-zero economy. Global financial markets play a major role in addressing the challenges of climate change. But is the financial system equipped with the right tools to progress the net-zero transition with …
 
Amidst growing concerns over the sustainability of space-based technologies, Chris Geiger explains his firm’s strategy for overcoming the many challenges at this frontier of engineering. Space-based technologies are an increasingly important part of the global infrastructure and — like all of Earth’s resources — should be managed sustainably. This …
 
We look into an alternate timeline with this next part of the Great Aquarion Rewatch Project. On this session, we talk about the overlooked gem, and possible linchpin of the franchise, Aquarion The Movie. Along with that, we also give some brief thoughts on the Aquarion OVA which the movie takes the 90 percent of the material from. Click here to do…
 
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