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Undr the Cosh is a podcast with Ex and current footballers presented by Jon 'the Beast' Parkin, Chris ' Browny' Brown and award-winning writer Chris Brown Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
CFO THOUGHT LEADER brings you first hand accounts of CFOs who are driving change within their organizations. Our interviews capture their actions so that you can learn what might work for your organization. In addition to their company history we share the career journey of our spotlighted guest: What do they struggle with? How do they persevere? What makes them successful?
 
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Welcome to Conversations With Coopman, a podcast series covering the latest topics and trends as they happen in the financial services market. Throughout the series, host Andrew Murphy and co-host Mark Fallon or William McCoppin are joined by qualified professionals and industry experts for casual catch-ups about what is happening in financial services, as well as their companies and their careers. Covering a broad range of topics, the series caters for financial services professionals at an ...
 
The Swim Ireland Podcast takes you to the heart of Irish aquatics, with deep dives into coaching, high performance, and life in the water. Our podcasts come in series of six episodes, with our first launching in April 2021: The Coaching Series - getting to the nitty gritty of what it takes to coach the finest aquatic stars in Ireland in an Olympic & Paralympic year. Coming this summer...The Olympic Athlete Series and The Paralympic Athlete Series, where we talk directly to the Irish aquatic ...
 
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Andrew Sheets, Morgan Stanley Chief Cross Asset Strategist, says markets are in an interesting pause before the September Fed meeting. Kelsey Berro, JPMorgan Asset Management Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, says credit fundamentals are still strong. Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Global Research Head of Global Commodities and Derivatives Researc…
 
This episode is made for sharing, with everyone. Dr. Brian Pennie, PhD, (Neuroscience) gives us his 101 - simple tips and hacks (all evidence based) on how to live life (including your business) better. But he's no ordinary PhD. He has an incredible back story, like no other. You could say, 'he has lived it'. He starts with the five second rule....…
 
One year ago the United States decided to withdraw from Afghanistan after two decades in the country. The Taliban, a militant Islamist group that ran most of Afghanistan in the late 1990s, swept to power without much resistance from the Afghan army and captured Kabul on August 15 2021. The debacle left Western governments humiliated and ordinary Af…
 
Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Wealth Management Head of Equities & Capital Market Advisory, says the biggest systemic risk is that markets have already priced in the Goldilocks scenario. Michael Collins, PGIM Fixed Income Senior Portfolio Manager, is seeing a war between growth and inflation. Nicolai Tangen, Norway Sovereign Wealth Fund CEO, says he is…
 
Bona Allen was never a country doctor—but he recollects feeling like one at one point in his finance career. Or, rather, being paid like one. By the early 2000s, Allen had served in multiple CFO/controller roles, a series of consecutive appointments that from time to time had led different Georgia business owners to seek out his financial advice. T…
 
Richard Haass, Council on Foreign Relations President and Author, “The Bill of Obligations,” says China is increasingly turning up the level of alarm among its neighbors. Anastasia Amoroso, iCapital Chief Investment Strategist, doesn't expect the market to move materially higher from here. Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer Senior Analyst, says consumer spen…
 
For this archive episode from 2021, journalist and BBC News broadcaster Razia Iqbal is joined by the acclaimed author Salman Rushdie to discuss his cultural touchstones. The conversation focuses on topics such as his love of James Joyce, Bob Dylan and his affection for an amulet his father gave him as a young boy. Learn more about your ad choices. …
 
Former referee #KevinLynch is with us for the first episode of the new series talking European bribes, pitch invasions, angry pie men and showdowns with Roy Keane and Ian Wright. Download the new ultimate Fantasy Football App SPITCH📱➡️ thttps://tinyurl.com/yckvx8ux Join The Undr The Cosh Fantasy Leagues: Premier League: https://community.spitch.liv…
 
Lisa Hornby, Schroders Head of US Multi-Sector Fixed Income, says there is actually income in fixed income for the first time in a long time. Kit Juckes, Societe General Chief FX Strategist, says there is a disconnect between the markets and the Fed's message. Bill Lee, Milken Institute Chief Economist, says it will be hard to find hard intelligenc…
 
When Rajesh Gupta tells us that he likes change and fixing things that are broken, we can’t help but wonder how a finance career that has encompassed more than 20 years with General Electric has come to satisfy that appetite. Certainly, we reason, this number of years with a single company is more likely to accent the resume of a change-averse exec…
 
To unpack the truth behind the often confusing information about the food we eat, in this archive discussion from 2017, Intelligence Squared brought together some of the world’s leading experts on the science of human nutrition and health. Joining our host Dr Xand van Tulleken to pick apart food truths and myths were GP and broadcaster Sarah Jarvis…
 
This month will mark a year since the Taliban takeover of Kabul in August 2021 and the chaotic withdrawal of western forces from Afghanistan. In this archive discussion from 2020, we discuss the nature of past Western interventions and the guerrilla warfare resistance that has followed with David Kilcullen, former soldier, diplomat, and senior coun…
 
Ron Temple, Lazard Asset Management Co-Head of Multi-Asset & Head of US Equity, says we're in the midst of inflation paradigm shift. Stephen Roach, Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center Senior Fellow, discusses tension between the US and China. Wendy Schiller, Brown University Taubman Center for American Politics and Policy Director, weighs the po…
 
On our 100th edition who better to have on as a guest but the man whose support via one of his companies, De Facto Shaving Oil, has made the podcast (Best Business Podcast nominated) possible. Tom Murphy has been in business 'for longer than he cares to remember'. He set up his main company Pamex, a pharmacy distributor having been made redundant (…
 
Kathryn Kaminski, AlphaSimplex Chief Research Strategist, says market may be at an inflection point. Michael Purves, Tallbacken Founder & CEO, examines today's optimism in the market. Jim Paulsen, The Leuthold Group Chief Investment Strategist, says stop worrying whether the Federal Reserve is done raising interest rates because the tightening cycl…
 
Brian Deese, White House Director of the National Economic Council, says inflation report is a positive signal and says labor market strength will continue. Michael Pond, Barclays Head of Global Inflation-Linked Research, says inflation report reinforces the Barclays view that the Fed is likely to slow the pace of rate hikes to 50 basis points at t…
 
In an era of fake news and 'alternative facts', the issue of truth and how it is presented to the world has never been more timely. But on a personal level, things are less clear cut. We all tell white lies and withhold info in the name of manners and politeness from time to time and some of the hardest truths can feel very difficult to tell. Miche…
 
Looking back to the mid-1980s, Larry Angelilli knows now that he was at the time witnessing something that others would not see for decades. Before Jack Welch declared war on “green eyeshade” auditors or Indra Nooyi endowed Pepsico with a strategic finance function or conference promoters added the edgy words “The Changing Role of the CFO” to their…
 
Claudia Sahm, Jain Family Institute Senior Fellow & Bloomberg Opinion Columnist, sees a disrupted economy beginning to heal. Greg Peters, PGIM Fixed Income Co-CIO, says the bond market is reflecting a new reality. Greg Valliere, AGF Investments Chief US Policy Strategist, explains why the FBI search of Donald Trump's Florida home could be a plus fo…
 
Reni Eddo-Lodge, the journalist, podcaster and author of essential book, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race, joins columnist, author and academic Gary Younge in conversation. As the murder of George Floyd and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement reverberated around the world in 2020, Eddo-Lodge's book, originally publi…
 
Bring on the bromance! Browny's best buddy Tommy Spurr is with us this week talking through his career at Sheffield Wednesday, Doncaster, Preston, Blackburn, and Fleetwood, covering his clashes with Gary Megson, Personal shopper Chris Brown, John Parkin the super agent, and Joey Barton's gruelling training regimes Download the new ultimate Fantasy …
 
Joyce Chang, JPMorgan Chair of Global Research, warns of a choppy market ahead. Peter Tchir, Academy Securities Head of Macro Strategy, says a Fed pivot will be negative for equities. Dana Peterson, The Conference Board Chief Economist, says labor shortages are here to stay. Libby Cantrill, PIMCO Head of Public Policy, discusses winners and losers …
 
When Peter Walker looks back on his career, he never hesitates to highlight “the big asks,” or those times when he asked a boss to “take a chance” on him. One such instance occurred when he asked his CEO to sponsor his studies as he pursued an executive MBA on nights and weekends at New York University’s Stern School of Business. “He said ‘Yes,’ an…
 
In this archive debate, we revisit a discussion from 2018 when an assembled panel of smart thinkers gathered to reflect on the concept of nationhood, nationality and the impact of former UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s infamous 2016 speech that proclaimed, “If you believe you are a citizen of the world, you are a citizen of nowhere.” The discussion…
 
Marty Walsh, U.S. Secretary of Labor, says current job growth will be sustainable. Tiffany Wilding, PIMCO Chief U.S. Economist, discusses the Federal Reserve's next move. Randy Kroszner, University of Chicago Booth School Professor of Economics & Former Federal Reserve Governor, says that a 75 basis-point increase will be on the table for the Fed's…
 
That Great Business Show - nominated for 'Best Business Podcast' - Ireland Podcast Awards. If your business is heading for the US, we have a very special offer from Meathman Tony Sheridan who wants you to use his new Chamber of Commerce led business centre, based in New London, Connecticut - and if you say 'That Great Business Show', your business …
 
Japan's recently assassinated former prime minister Shinzo Abe was a leader who leaves behind a complex legacy. Internationally, he strengthened Japan's relationship with the US in ways unseen before. Closer to home, crucial good relations with South Korea dissipated. His attitude towards Japan's difficult history was sometimes praised as a readine…
 
Chief Financial Officers now play a critical role in shaping corporate strategy and positioning organizations to meet future challenges. Bloomberg's monthly program, Chief Future Officer, profiles these leaders and explores the impact they're making on their companies and industries. This episode focuses on Mastercard CFO Sachin Mehra, who tells Li…
 
Jordan Rochester, Nomura International G-10 FX Strategist, says he expects the Bank of England to transition to more dovish policy next year. David Blanchflower, Dartmouth College Professor of Economics & Former Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee, says the Bank of England is under huge pressure and the balance of risks is strong to the downs…
 
We welcome back Fiona Hill, the foreign affairs and national security expert, to discuss Putin, foreign policy, and what could lie ahead for the war in Ukraine. Hill has been an advisor to three US Presidents and is former Senior Director for Europe and Russia at the United States National Security Council. She is author of books including Mr. Puti…
 
Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia University Professor & Nobel Laureate, says we will eventually go through a period of disinflation. Kathy Bostjancic, Oxford Economics Chief US Economist, thinks it's possible to cool the labor market and the economy without seeing a large increase in the unemployment rate. Isaac Boltansky, BTIG Director of Policy Research…
 
Michael Sumruld recalls that after investing 10 of his finance career–building years in oil field services giant Baker Hughes, he found a deep fog settling on the career path before him. Unlike the case with BH engineers—who could always be confident of being able to place a foot on the next rung of an ever-present career ladder—the climb upward fo…
 
Mike Wilson, Morgan Stanley Chief US Equity Strategist, says any talk of a Fed pivot at this point is premature. Mandy Xu, Credit Suisse Head of Equity Derivatives Strategy, suggests going long gold as real yields peak. Mark McCormick, TD Global Head of FX Strategy, expects to see a dollar peak by next year. John Ryding, Brean Capital Chief Economi…
 
For this episode focusing on how craft, creativity and our relationship with the planet can help us rethink established narratives and contribute to addressing historical injustices of the past, we visit the Radical Acts Biennial, an initiative from Harewood House. Joining our host, journalist and author of Africa is Not a Country, Dipo Faloyin, ar…
 
William Cohen, Chairman & CEO of the Cohen Group, Former Secretary of Defense and Former US Senator, says China would view a visit to Taiwan by Nancy Pelosi as a finger in the eye of Xi Jinping. Lara Rhame, FS Investments Chief US Economist, expects the US economy to continue to weaken. Ed Morse, Citi Global Head of Commodities Research, expects oi…
 
Brett & Jack discuss how the economy's is sending the hiring environment mixed signals and how the inefficiencies of the recruitment function continue to be a drag on industry aspirations for building a more productive workforce. This episode features the workforce insights and commentary of CFO Adam Swiecicki of Brex, CFO Manish Sarin of Sprinklr,…
 
For this week's Sunday Debate, we're dipping back into the archive to 2014, when we gathered a panel of expert historians to debate whether Britain was right to fight in the First World War, a tragedy that laid the foundations for decades of destructive upheaval and violence across Europe. To debate the issue, we invited leading historians Margaret…
 
For this edition of Intelligence Squared, we join Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, for her podcast How to Lead a Sustainable Business, in which she speaks to thought leaders who are reinventing their sectors for a sustainable and just future. In this week’s special episode, Alannah and her guest explore the possibility of rethinking ra…
 
Vince Reinhart, Dreyfus and Mellon Chief Economist, expects inflation will halve over the next year, which will then allow the Fed to pivot. Barbara Ann Bernard, Wincrest Capital Founder, CEO & CIO, says this is a real stock picker's market. Solita Marcelli, UBS Global Wealth Management Chief Investment Officer of Americas, says this is still a gre…
 
That Great Business Show has been nominated for Irish Podcast Awards, Best Business Podcast 2022. Thank you. 3.00 David Scrivens, co-founder with his wife Carmelia, of Willows Ingredients, an international food ingredients distributor. We like keeping it real. David says the original vision for the company was 'just to survive', an aspiration every…
 
Jonathan Pingle, UBS Chief US Economist, says the guts of the US GDP report look weak. Frances Donald, Manulife Investment Management Global Chief Economist & Strategist, is more concerned about the next four quarters going further than today's GDP report. Walter Piecyk, LightShed Partners Technology, Media & Telecom Analyst and Partner, says he se…
 
In the midst of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, award-winning journalist John Sweeney reported from Kiev, drawing on his decades of experience covering stories ranging from the Moscow apartment bombings to the atrocities committed by the Russian Army in Chechnya. His new book, Killer in the Kremlin, compiles that expertise and new analysis of the lif…
 
Ed Hyman, Evercore ISI Chairman & Founder & Head of Economic Research, says the economy is doing fine now, but it will slow with inflation. Alicia Levine, BNY Mellon Wealth Management Head of Equities & Capital Market Advisory, is seeing rolling bubbles in the economy as it continues to heal. Andrew Hollenhorst, Citi Chief US Economist, says anothe…
 
As the 32-year-old CFO of Brex, Adam Swiecicki has a professional narrative unpopulated by the tales of economic and business hijinks that many of our CFO guests share. Instead, Swiecicki’s forward-looking delivery seems intent on making a clean break from the CFOs of the past, whose career lessons frequently have involved the same one or two finan…
 
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