September 30, 2021

Episode #75 Michaela Walsh – Founding the Women’s World Banking Movement, Financial Inclusion, and Female Entrepreneurship

Our guest today is Michaela Walsh. Michaela is an activist, scholar, mentor, educator, and author. She was the Founding President of Women’s World Banking. Women’s World Banking is the global leader in women’s financial inclusion. Prior to that, Michaela served as a Project Director for the U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, and as a Program Associate with the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Michaela also was a pioneer woman manager with Merrill Lynch in Beirut, Lebanon, in the ’60s, and the first woman Partner of Boettcher & Company in the ’70s, and in 1980.  This episode is a rare one. Michaela […]
September 23, 2021

Episode #74 Daniel Faggella – Use Cases for AI in Financial Services and where funding really goes

Daniel Faggella is the Founder, CEO, and Head of Research at Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research. He is also a Member of the OECD Network of Experts on AI, a Fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. Daniel previously founded Science of Skill, CLVboost, and Black Diamond Mixed Martial Arts Academy, so we have someone with a very specific and similarly broad experience set. Dan also hosts a total of 3 podcast: The AI in Business Podcast, The AI in Consulting Podcast, The AI in Financial Services Podcast. Dan holds a Masters degree from the University of Pennsylvania in […]
May 7, 2020

Episode #50 Anniversary Episode aka Our Random Show

Today we have some absolutely non-special guests. We talk to…ourselves. To celebrate our 50th episode we made our own random episode, talking about our founding story and sharing some background on our professional lives. We also share some of our favourite episodes, books, podcasts, online learning resources and a bunch of nonsense comments. If you expect deep insights into a new financial topic, better wait for the next episode. If you want to know a bit more about us und get some recommendations, please stay and enjoy the episode. Here are the links to the resources we mentioned: Episodeshttps://thewallstreet1.wpengine.com/48-howard-marks-the-most-important-thing/ https://thewallstreet1.wpengine.com/45-daniel-crosby-deep-dive-into-behavioral-finance/ […]
April 2, 2020

Episode #47 Chris Schelling – Assessing the People Behind Private Equity Funds

Christopher (“Chris”) Schelling is the Director responsible for Private Equity investments at Texas Municipal Retirement System (“TMRS”). Prior to joining TRMS, Chris served as Deputy Chief Investment Officer and Director of Absolute & Real Return at Kentucky Retirement Systems and as an Adjunct Professor of Finance at University of Kentucky, where he taught a class in Alternative Investments. If you are an allocator and want to know more about how some of the best in the business go about vetting their private equity fund managers, this episode is for you! Aside from being a well-known columnist for Institutional Investor, and […]