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This is Startup Island TAIWAN Podcast, everything about Taiwan in cutting-edge technology, startup unicorns, and connections to the world. SUBSCRIBE NOW! 👉More news of Taiwan startups: https://meetstartup.pse.is/4jhd5u 👉Follow us on LinkedIn: https://meetstartup.pse.is/4hhbhg Produced by Meet Global, Business Next Media *Special Thanks: Powered by Startup Island TAIWAN Directed by National Development Council Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Douglass Lodmell was born in Geneva, Switzerland. From an early age, Douglass stood out as one of the brightest minds of his generation. His capacity to make the complex simple allowed him to excel during law school, receiving the Jacobs Burns Medal, an award given to the single student with the highest GPA. He completed his Legal Masters (LL.M.) in taxation at the nation’s leading tax program, New York University School of Law. He was further selected to clerk for one of the most famous Fed ...
 
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Under the impact of COVID-19, remote work has become an irreversible trend. International talent acquisition and management has become an emerging tide. What kind of role does Taiwan play in this new trend? The competence of Taiwanese top talents is undoubted and recognized around the world. However, the domestic job market lacks suitable opportuni…
 
In episode 78 of the [i3] Podcast, we speak with Ian Patrick, Chief Investment Officer at the Australian Retirement Trust. We delve into the latest developments of the merger between legacy funds Sunsuper and Qsuper, we discussed inhouse asset management and the impact of decarbonisation. Enjoy the show!Overview of Podcast with Ian Patrick, CIO of …
 
Warren Buffett announced last week that he bought TSMC Stock - American Depositary Receipts (ADR), which is worth more than 4.1 billion dollars. This is a rare major investment in the technology sector by Buffett's conglomerate. How is TSMC favored by international investors? Be Everyone's Foundry, that is the main strategy of TSMC. In the 1980s, T…
 
With the advent of the global space age, countries are competing with each other for a foothold in outer space. What role does Taiwan play in this space competition? Among the 105 low earth orbit satellites launched by Space X in January 2022, one of them is a " spherical-motor-based " microsatellite developed by Taiwanese space startup Tensor Tech…
 
What makes foreigners want to settle or even naturalise in Taiwan? What’s more, they make a gigantic contribution to Taiwanese cryptocurrency ecosystem. “I’m convinced that the future of finance is cryptocurrency, in one form or another, and you can see that it has already become a reality,” says Leo Seewald, the former president of the American Ch…
 
As the popularity of cryptocurrencies has increased, many companies have begun to invest in virtual currency. However, this new technology has also created new problems, that is, how to manage the "private key", which symbolizes the control of funds since once the private key is stolen or lost, the digital assets in your account will never be recov…
 
Homeland Security Investigation’s National Lead Development Center (NLDC), located in Williston, Vermont, is responsible for producing high quality criminal referrals and case support for the various HSI Field Offices across the country. Join us as we have a conversation with Allen Vanscoy, section chief for HSI's National Lead Development Center, …
 
Geoff Bazzan is Head of Asia-Pacific Equities at Maple-Brown Abbott. In this episode of the [i3] podcast, we speak about the Asian equity markets, whether value-style investing is suited to the Chinese market and the recent geopolitical upheaval. Please enjoy the show. Overview of podcast with Geoff Bazzan, Maple Brown Abbott01:00 Starting at Maple…
 
The emergence of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and Bitcoin has influenced intensively the global financial situation. The extension of the blockchain, Web3, builds the foundation for the financial provision of the next generation, which is impossible to achieve with Web 1 and Web 2. Taiwan's neo fintech Web3 startup XREX builds a bridge between cro…
 
Post-quantum cryptography may seem bewildered, but if we take a look at cryptography itself first, it is actually the science that builds the foundation of our information world nowadays. Ranging from communication and entertainment, to the protection of state secrets, and even the highly active blockchain technology. They all rely on cryptography …
 
‘ I just want to make a call to anybody who wants to make an impact, that the idea is if you get a team with those characteristics, we want to show that yeah it’s possible, there is luck, there is timing and there’s tons of hard work and it’s beyond fulfilling that we can do something.’ says Clément Dieudonné, VP of Global Product Marketing and EME…
 
The New Mexico Organized Retail Crime Association (NMORCA) is a project of the New Mexico Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with retail member companies and law enforcement across the state of New Mexico. NMORCA provides an online digital platform for retailers and law enforcement so they can easily share information in real-time to help prevent …
 
Henrietta Pacquement is the Head of the Global Fixed Income Team at Allspring Global Investments (formerly known as Wells Fargo Asset Management). In this episode we look at the differences between the US and European fixed income markets, the likelihood of a recession and how to place portfolios and the impact of the energy transition on credit. P…
 
Leave a comment and share your thoughts: https://open.firstory.me/user/cl8jubp5t01v601sl4vys57dj/comments This is Startup Island Taiwan Podcast! All about the latest talks about Taiwan in cutting-edge technology, startup unicorns, and connections to the world. Coming soon in early October. SUBSCRIBE NOW! *Special Thanks: Powered by Startup Island T…
 
Join us in a conversation with Andy Ellen, president and general counsel with the North Carolina Retail Merchants Association to learn more about the Carolinas Organized Retail Crime Alliance, to include how CORCA got started, who can participate, recent success stories resulting from the alliance, why you should get involved, and steps you can tak…
 
What role do our solution provider partners play when it comes to choosing and implementing new products and innovations? More importantly, what role should they play? What questions are the most important for loss prevention leaders to ask? To help us answer some of these critical questions, LP Magazine sat down with several industry experts and t…
 
In this episode of the [i3] Podcast, we speak with Simon Russell, Founder and Director of Behavioural Finance Australia, about his new book: ‘Behavioural Finance: A Guide for Listed Equities Teams’. We talk about how institutional investors are not immune to biases, even if they are aware of them. The application of behavioural finance to selling d…
 
In the world of retail loss prevention, there are many different types of innovation that might be pursued. Whether tied directly to specific products or services, internal processes or workflows, or operational efficiencies, every possible approach must be considered to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the retail landscape. While every successf…
 
The Georgia Retailers Loss Prevention Council (GRLPC) is a powerful group of loss prevention corporate and field leaders and law enforcement partners that have helped shape state legislation, cultivated strong partnerships with Georgia’s law enforcement community, and donated their time, efforts, and event proceeds back to the communities most impa…
 
In Episode 74 of the [i3] Podcast, we speak with David Elms, Head of Diversified Alternatives and Portfolio Manager, Janus Henderson Investors. David, an Australian based in London, discusses the changing nature of bonds and their correlation to equities, trend-following versus option strategies and he tackles the idea that illiquidity stabilises p…
 
In this episode of the [i3] Podcast, we speak with Bob Maynard, Chief Investment Officer of the Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI) at the eve of his retirement, after 30 years with the fund. We look back at how a job as the deputy attorney of Alaska saw him getting involved with investing and how he has stuck to his mantra of keepi…
 
In this episode of LPM’s “And This Is Why…” podcast series, Kevin McMenimen interviews Brian Wedoff, the senior director of loss prevention operations for Ulta Beauty. They discuss how NGS helped them through the challenges of the past few years, and keeping the safety of guests and staff as the number one priority.…
 
In this episode of LPM’s What’s Cooking podcast series, Kevin McMenimen talks with SmartSense President Guy Yehiav. When he joined SmartSense, Yehiav saw that they were well known for IoT, but not so much for loss prevention, where his background is. However, Smart Sense’s technologies can make a world of difference for loss prevention teams. Here,…
 
Why should institutional investors care about biodiversity in their investment strategy, when they are still embarking on the net zero journey? Because it is most likely to be the next area of focus for regulators and society more broadly, Caroline Cantor of Federated Hermes says. BTW, did you know the average person eats about a credit card worth …
 
NGS is more than a glass contractor—they’re the biggest installer of window films and graphics in America. They consider themselves more of a solution provider, and have grown with a number of acquisitions in recent years. Retail is the first market segment they really focused on when the company started in 2009, but much has changed since then. He…
 
Sensormatic Solutions has gone through many changes over the years. Notably, as the company migrated from EAS to digital video, it realized it wasn’t an EAS company—it is a loss prevention company that needed to do many different things. Here, Sensormatic Sales Director Randy Dunn explains where Sensormatic started, how it has evolved, and what’s i…
 
Nick Abrahams is the Global co-leader of Norton Rose Fulbright's Digital Transformation Practice and a futurist. In this episode, we talk about digital assets, the value drivers behind non-fungible tokens (NFTs), cybersecurity and negotiating with ransomware attackers.Overview of Podcast with Nick Abrahams, Norton Rose Fulbright01:00 You are a lawy…
 
John Reade is the Chief Market Strategist for the World Gold Council. John is not only a former investor with a well-known US hedge fund and strategist with investment bank UBS, he actually started out in the mines of South Africa as an engineer. In this podcast, we talk about gold as a long term asset, the potential as an inflation hedge and discu…
 
In this podcast, LPM Editor-in-Chief Jack Trlica speaks with Rui Rodrigues, executive advisor on loss prevention and risk management for the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) based in Toronto. Rodrigues, a veteran retail loss prevention executive, is now a consultant working with the RCC where he is the liaison between the association and their retail…
 
Similar to any business operation, organized retail crime (ORC) networks operate to make money. A key difference however is that they must innovate to move and hide that money as much as possible. What was once considered a “street crime” operating solely with cash on the street, ORC has evolved to the world of e-commerce and cryptocurrency. Findin…
 
Pablo Berrutti is Senior Investment Specialist, Sustainable Funds Group at Stewart Investors. Starting as a risk specialist, Pablo became quickly aware of the dangers of climate change, even before he knew what ESG was. In this conversation, we discuss the likelihood of fossil fuel-based companies making the transition to low carbon business models…
 
In this extra special episode of LPM’s 2 Cents on 2 Things podcast, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Terry Sullivan, president of the Loss Prevention Foundation, which recently acquired Loss Prevention Magazine. They discuss why it made so much sense to bring these two companies together, the importance of ensuring the personal safety of employees and c…
 
Similar to any business operation, organized retail crime (ORC) networks operate to make money. A key difference however is that they must innovate to move and hide that money as much as possible. What was once considered a “street crime” operating solely with cash on the street, ORC has evolved to the world of e-commerce and cryptocurrency. Findin…
 
As Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) helps to lead the fight against ORC, retailers are partnering with HSI and a network of government agencies supporting ORC investigators and driving investigations that also look at the ancillary opportunities for criminal charges, which will help in crippling and dismantling these criminal networks. In thi…
 
With retailers being assaulted by ORC gangs who smash-and-grab their way through the store, what are retailers doing to collaborate and help support safety in stores and across store teams? In this podcast, Walgreens AP Solutions Lead Director of Major Crimes Steve Walker, Nordstrom Vice President of Asset Protection Steve Fahey, and Nordstrom Asse…
 
Sue Brake is the Chief Investment Officer of the Future Fund. In this episode, we talk about the fund's 15 year celebration, looking at the early days of how the fund started to invest just as the global financial crisis began to impact markets. We also discuss the recent investment strategy review and look at the years ahead. Please enjoy the show…
 
In this episode of LPM’s Take 10 Podcast, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Senior Director of Anti-Money Laundering Lauren Kohr and Project Coordinator and Researcher Tiffany Polyak with the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). They talk about the work that ACAMS does through webinars, training content, thought leadership,…
 
In this podcast, the executive team at the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA)—Senior EVP Public Affairs Michael Hanson, Senior EVP Retail Operations Lisa LaBruno, and Senior EVP Communications and Marketing Jason Brewer—discuss the latest on retail’s push for the federal INFORM Act and the concerted efforts across the industry in the fight …
 
Hamish Chamberlayne is Head of Global Sustainable Equities at Janus Henderson Investors. In this podcast, we talk about Hamish' background in analysing energy companies, the sense and nonsense of ESG ratings, reliance on technology and opportunities in Australian listed companies. Please enjoy the show.Overview of Podcast with Hamish Chamberlayne2:…
 
In the second part of LPM’s podcast with FMI Vice President of Industry Relations Doug Baker, LPM’s Kevin McMenimen and Courtney Wolfe speak with him about FMI’s upcoming conference—the first since January 2020! Baker talks about new features of the conference, including roundtable discussions after educational sessions so participants can dive eve…
 
In this episode of LPM’s Take 10 limited series podcast, Kevin McMenimen and Courtney Wolfe speak with the Food Industry Association’s (FMI) Vice President of Industry Relations Doug Baker. Baker discusses the work that FMI has done to keep the food industry afloat throughout the challenges of the pandemic, including developing educational guides o…
 
In this episode of LPM’s Take 10 limited series podcast, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Deputy Assistant Director of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Raul Aguilar for the second time—10 minutes just wasn’t enough! Aguilar discusses public-private partnerships and how they help in HSI’s efforts; how online marketplaces enable sellers of stolen go…
 
Adam Gilmour is the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Australian rocket company Gilmour Space. His business is backed by some of the largest institutional investors in Australia, including Hostplus, HESTA and NGS Super, as well as several venture capital firms. In this interview, we talk about the business of rocket launches, space cargo, i…
 
In this episode of LPM’s 2Cents on 2Things podcast, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Jennifer Schaefer, Field Asset Protection Manager at T-Mobile. Schaefer talks about T-Mobile’s international ambassador program and the importance of branding, and how a search for mindfulness led to the creation of her small business. For the charity portion of the pod…
 
In this episode of LPM’s And This Is Why podcast, Kevin McMenimen and Jacque Brittain speak with Mike Lamb, who has managed loss prevention for a variety of large retailers such as Home Depot, Walmart, and Kroger. They discuss the National Association of Shoplifting Prevention’s (NASP) Better Choices Program, where both Lamb and McMenimen sit on th…
 
Welcome to the first edition of the LPM Take 10 limited series podcast, where we spend 10 minutes learning about a new product or initiative in the loss prevention space. This week, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Homeland Security Investigations Deputy Assistant Director for the Financial and Fraud Division of Transactional Organized Retail Crime Raul…
 
In this episode of LPM’s 2Cents on 2Things podcast, Kevin McMenimen speaks with Rob Holm, the director of global security at McDonald’s. Holm talks about the dangers of defunding the police, and the consequences slashed budgets can bring. He also discusses what faith and family—his number one priorities—mean to him. For the charity portion of the p…
 
Retailers are regularly exposed to a multitude of crisis situations, both internal and external, that can have a significant and lasting impact on the image and the assets of the business. Crisis tabletop exercises are designed to test the capabilities and readiness of an organization in the event of a crisis, helping to improve strategies, plannin…
 
John Pearce is the Chief Investment Officer of Unisuper, one of the best performing funds in Australia. We talk about in-house management, sense and nonsense of asset buckets, APRA's performance test and China. Please enjoy the show.Overview of Podcast with John Pearce, Chief Investment Officer of UniSuper 1:00 Starting in the back office of Westpa…
 
In this episode of LPM’s 2Cents on 2Things podcast series, Kevin McMenimen sits down with Rob LaCommare, vice president of asset protection and safety at Big Lots. LaCommare discusses Big Lots’ culture of putting family first, and how the company also prioritizes its employees’ personal needs, both in and out of the workplace. He also emphasizes th…
 
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