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The Next Debate is a new bi-monthly interview series from The Munk Debates, featuring past and future debaters on issues and ideas driving public debate. The interviews will be published in the Saturday Globe and Mail. Full length podcasts of each interview will also be made available.
 
Listen every day of the week. The Vibe radio network is home to some talented hosts with awesome shows with a wide range of topics. Monday Nights: 10-11 pm The Freakin Awesome Paranormal Show with Ryan Jones, Celestial McBride and Ange Parker Tuesday Night- 8pm-9pm Beyond the Spectrum with Brandon Johnson 9pm-10pm Freqs n Geeks with April Mooneyham and Keri Longest Wednesday Night- Night Visions with Wendy Young and Eric Josef Haas from 10-11 pm Saturday Night- Hour of Enlightenment with Jak ...
 
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Why you should watch: Stephen Roach is one of America's foremost economists. He is deeply pessimistic on chances of the US avoiding a 'double dip' recession, and is equally sceptical about the ability of the dollar to maintain its primacy in the face of the US's economic problems. On China, he is convinced that the Trump Administration is misguided…
 
Google’s products are playing an increasingly important role helping insurance companies innovate and grow. There are also lessons for everyone in how the company has developed a culture to keep its own innovation fresh and relevant. Marcus East, Technical Director, Office of the CTO at Google, joins Matthew on Episode 103 to explain how Google is …
 
Michael Pettis is someone who I have followed closely over my career and he is one of the most widely followed China experts in the investor community. He is currently based in Beijing and is Professor of Finance at Guanghua School of Management at Peking University and is the co-author of the recently published book “Trade Wars Are Class Wars”. In…
 
Trump and Biden: What to expect on economic policy after the election. Why should you watch: This Presidential election matters - on economic policy as much as on political and social issues. What will a Biden Administration do - on fiscal policy, on the environment, on infrastructure, on trade, on data flows - even on the possibility of an FTA wit…
 
Lebanon: Is there a way back from the abyss? With Maha Yahya (Carnegie Middle East Center), Amer Bisat (Blackrock) and Nafez Zouk (Oxford Economics) Why you should watch: Lebanon is on the edge. Following the explosion in Beirut port, there have been other mysterious fires, the government has collapsed, the central bank is at loggerheads with the I…
 
Please email Leighton at leighton@csfi.org if you would like the pre-briefing for this meeting FinTech Review, with Jemima Kelly (FT) & Rob Churcher (PwC) - CSFI Why you should watch: A curious month. Ant Group’s blockbuster IPO is ensuing. What does that mean for Chinese (and global) FinTech? UK FinTech founders are calling for more government sup…
 
There is no shortage of ideas, and opportunities, for starting up new companies in and around insurance, but scaling fast, with access to capital, capacity and connections is critical. Stephen Brittain is the Co-founder of Insurtech Gateway, an incubator and fund offering start-ups advice, investment and capacity, with a portfolio that includes By …
 
My name is Andrea Perron. I am the eldest daughter of Roger & Carolyn Perron. I have four sisters: Nancy, Christine, Cynthia and April. A burgeoning family required more space so we bought a larger home in Cumberland, R.I. In June of 1970 she found a glorious farm, then she and my father moved mountains to buy what was known as the old Arnold Estat…
 
I’m always on the lookout for podcast guests with unconventional backgrounds, and on this episode, we have one such guest, Lyn Alden. Lyn has an academic background in engineering and currently works at an aviation simulation facility. But on top of her day job, she has developed a widely followed framework for investing in markets. Her approach is…
 
The Future of Cities in the wake of Covid19, with Robert Muggah (SecDev/Igarape), Yael Selfin (KPMG) and Simon Jeffrey (Centre for Cities) Why you should watch: Do cities have a future? Will we continue WFH when the pandemic passes? Or will the centripetal attraction of a large city like London outweigh the disadvantages? If we don't go back to our…
 
Chinese FinTech: An overview of the world's most important market, with Yi Huang (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Yassine Regragui (Deloitte/Alibaba) and Anna Hu (Globepay Ltd.) Why you should watch: When it comes to FinTech (or its near-cousin, TechFin), China is where it's at. But we just don't know enough about what's driving take-up in China, and …
 
Launched in 2013 Quantemplate was one of the early insurtech stories in the London and US, but after a few years things went quiet. Quantemplate had not gone away, but instead had been busily building up its technology to organise, clean and harmonise the variety of data being used by insurers around the world. In this episode Matthew Grant talks t…
 
In this episode, I talk with Professor Laura Veldkamp. Laura presented one of the key papers at the Federal Reserve’s 2020 gathering at Jackson Hole. Her paper co-authored with Julian Kozlowski and Venky Venkateswaran on 'Scarring Body and Mind: The Long Term Belief Scarring Effects of COVID-19' will likely be viewed as a seminal paper in years to …
 
Why you should watch: US-based Robinhood may have quit the UK market, but the commission-free, zero fee, app-based broking model is alive and well in Britain - and is growing by leaps and bounds. One of the most successful (if not yet profitable) players is Freetrade - set up in 2016 by a team led by KPMG alumnus, Adam Dodds. It targets tech-savvy …
 
Join Haunts of Richmond as they trek to the waters between the US & Canada! The Great Lakes are beautiful, but also a place of peril for even the most experienced mariners. Beth & Chris will be sharing tales about those who still plow these waters after their time on the mortal coil has passed.By Vibe Radio Network
 
Matthew Grant, Robin Merttens and Paolo Cuomo reunite for a special InsTech London Partners’ Chat to celebrate the 100th episode of the podcast. Reflections on the past five years of insurance and insurtech, plus thoughts on what’s next for the industry. Talking points include: How and why InsTech London was created The birth of insurtech Changing …
 
In this episode, I talk with David Beckworth. David is the host of one of my favourite economics podcasts, Macro Musings. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and a former international economist at the US Treasury. He is the author of Boom and Bust Banking: The Causes and Cures of the Great Recessio…
 
Why you should watch: Bob Zoellick is America' s man for all seasons. A former President of the World Bank, Deputy Secretary of State, US Special Trade Representative, Deputy White House chief-of-staff, and MD at Goldman Sachs, he is currently a Senior Fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School, a Board member at Temasek, Twitter and the Carnegie Endowment…
 
Why you should watch: Last month, two of the UK's most senior lawyers, Dame Elizabeth Gloster and Guy Beringer, published a letter in the FT urging the government to provide the sort of support for the UK's dispute resolution system that it already does for, say, the film and fashion industries. After all, English law is crucial to the UK economy -…
 
Without a good understanding of their clients - both at the time of underwriting and during claims - insurers are increasingly going to struggle to offer the right products, at the right price to the right people. With a background in military intelligence, Forbes McKenzie knows how to combine the data obtained from technology, with that gathered f…
 
In this episode, I talk with Shahraab Ahmad. Shahraab was previously the Chief Investment Officer of the credit fund Decca Capital. Prior to launching the fund in 2015, he managed the Hutchin Hill Liquid Credit Strategy (2008-2013). From 2005 to 2008, he was a partner at Sailfish Capital, where he traded global relative value within credit, and pri…
 
Why you should watch: Just how unique are the problems facing the financial system as a result of the Covid pandemic? Is it truly existential? Or are there lessons which can be learned from previous crises - going back to May Day, Big Bang and the GFC? And to what extent should we be willing to put the crisis ahead of other priorities - from AI to …
 
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