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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
 
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 ...
 
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In this ongoing series of interviews, renowned market strategist David Garrity and Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management discuss the 2020 market forecast and offer invaluable insights into the capital markets in light of current events and the resulting unprecedented volatility.
 
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 ...
 
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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Read full transcript here! In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the Friday 11/26/21 market sell-off on the news of the COVID Omicron variant and whether it compromises the chances for a year-end rally, whether the Fed and other central banks moving to tighten monetary policy will on its own lead to financial …
 
Many of the financial risks that will arise from the transition towards a net-zero economy will be determined by what climate-related policies are enacted, the speed with which policymakers act, and how the economy evolves in response to these policies. Given economics’ critical role in policymaking, the economist’s perspective on climate change pr…
 
Full transcript can be found here. In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the current state of the stock market and what it may indicate for prospective investment returns in the decade ahead, whether inflation will prove to be transitory and what measures may be necessary to reduce it and how the economic weal…
 
In this episode, Richard Calhoun CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management and Naples Wealth Planning is joined by Sylvia Jablonski Chief Investment Officer of Defiance ETF’s as they discuss what’s next for the market now that the Fed has announced the reduction of QE as well as “newly minted” investments like NFT’s and Crypto and finally her thoughts on th…
 
In this episode, we will continue with part three of a four-part series looking at Responsible AI (Listen to part one: Alternative Data in Risk Modeling and part two: Explainable/Interpretable AI). “Fairness in AI” is getting a lot of attention, especially related to credit decisioning, not only for onboarding but throughout the credit lifecycle. T…
 
Against a backdrop of increasing societal awareness and improved scientific understanding of climate change, many stakeholders regard the law as an important tool to hold firms and governments to account and drive forward the green agenda. Since the Paris Agreement in 2015, there has been a significant rise in the number of climate-related litigati…
 
Full Transcript can be found here. In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the level at which the 10-year interest rate may challenge the stock market advance, the prospects for “stagflation” re-emerging in the midst of the post-COVID recovery and how investors might consider positioning portfolios in this envir…
 
Today’s episode is all about how to navigate the increasingly complex landscape of climate disclosures, sustainability reporting frameworks and green taxonomies that have emerged over the last few years. This episode will address: What role disclosures should be playing in driving the transition to a low carbon economy Recent efforts to move beyond…
 
In this episode, we will continue with part two of a four-part series looking at Responsible AI (Listen to part one: Alternative Data in Risk Modeling). One of the major challenges with effectively developing, deploying, and managing AI systems are often related to the “black box” nature of the model. Specifically, the complexity and non-linear nat…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the challenges posed to the global economy by the current prospect of a possible U.S. debt ceiling default scenario, the set-up for the stock market ahead of 3Q 2021 earnings season and the likelihood of the S&P 500 rising to the 4600 level in 4Q 2021, and the significance…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses whether inflation is posing a big enough threat to corporate profit growth as to derail the earnings momentum that has powered stocks higher in 2021 and how a China debt melt-down factors into the outlook for 2022, a review of the 2021 “Laidlaw Five” predictions and what t…
 
Over the past few years, we have seen an increasing number of companies take it upon themselves to engage with the issues climate change and sustainability on a voluntary basis - with firms’ motivations ranging from an interest in the long-term sustainability of their company’s activities, to a sense a moral duty to people and planet. There is a lo…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses whether the stock market advance is becoming vulnerable to pull-back as investors have perhaps grown complacent on the heels of last week’s Fed Jackson Hole conference, the growing threat of cyber-attacks and the “Value At Risk” for public companies, and whether cryptocurr…
 
In this episode, we begin a four part series looking at Responsible AI by looking at Alternative Data in risk Modeling. Over the course of the coming months we will also look at Explainable / Interpretable AI, Fairness and Bias in AI, and the new frontier of climate models. Survey Says: Risk management key to resiliency in 2021 and beyond; click he…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the upcoming Fed Jackson Hole conference and the likely direction of Fed monetary policy, the two-phase US labor force recovery and how it has major cities lagging behind, how “Work From Home” is likely to restrain further urban economic recovery, and thoughts on how the c…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the July Jobs Report and the possible impact on Fed monetary policy, the fall-out from Beijing’s crackdown on a widening range of sectors and whether it undermines the case for emerging market investing, and the efficacy of Growth-At-A-Price (“GARP”) as a tool for sector s…
 
In today’s episode we will be returning to the topic of climate disclosures, looking specifically at the advancements in TCFD adoption across the banking sector. In 2019 we recorded a podcast that discussed the early adoption of the TCFD across the banking sector. Now, just 2 years on, we are starting to see a number of countries laying out plans f…
 
Many companies are considering their de-risking options and strategies for pension risk transfer (PRT). PRT is steadily increasing in the U.S. but comes with a high-level liability. Today we speak with Sarvesh Soi, Principal, Wealth Practice at Buck to get insight on the latest strategies around pension de-risking. Speaker Bio: Sarvesh Soi, FCA, EA…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses stock market risk indicators, the 2Q 2021 earnings season, the importance of retail and non-U.S. investors to the stock market in 2H 2021, and the outlook for the upcoming FOMC meeting and The Fed’s August 2021 Jackson Hole conference. The topics discussed in this episode …
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the interest rate outlook, the stock market’s current valuation, the development of cryptocurrency staking, and the outlook for the 2Q 2021 earnings season. The topics discussed in this episode are: Will the current “growth scare” driving Treasury yields lower push The Fed…
 
In this installment of the Climate Risk Podcast we are joined by renowned economist Professor Sir Dieter Helm, whose extensive experience of advising governments on energy and natural capital helps us cut through the hype and face the realities of reaching net zero. In the run up to Glasgow’s COP26 as part of the global ‘race to zero’ initiative, w…
 
Synopsis: “A Brighter Future” - Episode 51 In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the significance of the bipartisan infrastructure spending package announced last week, the implications from last Friday’s Russell Index Reconstitution as it pertains to prospective stock market volatility, the results from the F…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the current market environment following last week’s FOMC meeting and interviews Defiance ETFs’ CIO Sylvia Jablonski on the areas of growth investors should consider as the market is currently confronting a “growth scare.” Please tune in for more timely insights. Hashtags …
 
In this instalment of the Climate Risk Podcast we are turning our attention to agriculture, forestry and land use, a sector that both affects, and is affected by, climate change. Producing approximately 20% of total global greenhouse gasses, agriculture, forestry and land use is considered the second largest source of emissions after energy product…
 
Synopsis: “A Brighter Future” - Episode 49 In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the risks and merits of exposure to the newly emerged cryptocurrency asset class, the inflation takeaways from the May Employment Report, the prospects for the Value sector to lead the market higher over the balance of 2021 along …
 
In this instalment of the Climate Risk Podcast we will be taking a closer look at the role of real economy firms, and their boards, in the race to net zero. Last year we looked at the role that boards have in shaping firms’ climate strategies and developing approaches to managing the risks and opportunities from climate change. Since then, the pres…
 
Synopsis: “A Brighter Future” - Episode 48 In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the final take-aways from the 1Q 2021 earnings season and what it tells us about corporate earnings power, how with the U.S. Dollar weakening and COVID vaccine availability increasing International markets are beginning to outperf…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses how The Fed is juggling its dual mandate of price stability and maximum sustainable employment, the question of where following the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack steps can be taken to improve infrastructure cybersecurity, whether with market volatility likely to incr…
 
In this instalment of the Climate Risk Podcast we address a few different topics all tied together by the central theme of climate data. Translating the output of climate, energy and economic models into decision useful climate analytics is fraught with challenges. It requires the bridging of informational gaps, but also the bridging of disciplines…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses how the current stock market advance may appear extended and what is needed for earnings growth to support current levels, the outlook for Fed tapering asset purchase policy in the face of rising inflation readings, whether investors should consider taking profits in Tech …
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the stock market’s current underpinnings, the outlook for Fed policy, the growing strategic importance of rare earth elements and, with the prospect of increased infrastructure investment, what are investors to do with commodities now? The topics discussed in this episode …
 
In this instalment of the Climate Risk Podcast we address two pressing questions facing asset managers and explore their implications for the financial sector more broadly. The first question is a fundamental one: what is the appropriate role for asset owners and asset managers in relation to climate change? How do these roles relate to one another…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the prospects for the S&P 500 after surpassing the 2021 “Laidlaw Five” target of 4000, the prospect for positive earnings estimate revisions during the upcoming 2021 Q1 earnings season, what factors drive corporate bond spreads and, with Bitcoin having hit the cover of Bar…
 
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming the ways in which financial institutions manage risk. Driven by a proliferation of data and computing power, institutions are harnessing these tools to build predictive models that enhance decision making. Today, firms are using AI and ML to improve risk management by identifying early w…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses what factors are driving current expectations around rising inflation, the importance of PMI surveys as a window on the operation of the global supply chain, how lower-duration equities are faring against the backdrop of rising interest rates and how should investors consi…
 
This episode covers: Carbon offsets – what are they and how can they help tackle climate change? Biodiversity – how can offsets promote regenerative activities and nature-based solutions? Nature-related Financial Disclosures – how does this relate to TCFD and what will the key metrics and targets be? Links from today’s discussion: South Pole - http…
 
In this episode, Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the various aspects, benefits and risks related to the recently passed American Rescue Plan (ARP) and its market implications, the possibility that U.S. Consumer Confidence has bottomed, the prospects for this week’s central bank meetings and sector, style and country sto…
 
Over the next two years, driven in part by the economic consequences of COVID-19 and the shift toward work-from-home, financial institutions are expected to pay a lot of attention to credit risk, cybersecurity, ESG, non-financial risks, data management, third-party risk and AI. In this podcast, GARP editorial director Robert Sales discusses these t…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses the chances for a stock market correction, thoughts around how the Fed will manage the long end of the Treasury yield curve, where to look for attractive values in the tech sector and what are the prospects for a commodity super cycle. The topics discussed in this episode …
 
When it comes to setting out the financial system’s response to climate change and the related risks, it is clear that financial regulation will have a key role to play. Over the past year, we’ve seen supervisors setting out their expectations for climate risk management, with a number undertaking stress testing or scenario analysis exercises. More…
 
In this episode Richard Calhoun, CEO of Laidlaw Wealth Management, discusses whether the rise of interest rates will slow the pace of economic recovery, whether inflation’s upturn is transitory or secular, whether the VIX index subsiding is a signal for a “risk on” market environment and how investors should consider Bitcoin and crypto-currency inv…
 
The physical effects of climate change - rising global sea levels and temperature, to extreme weather events - are creating or exacerbating numerous risks. Whilst physical risks are generating a significant amount of uncertainty for business and finance, the most direct impact of physical risk is the damage of physical assets and disruption to thei…
 
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