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CII’s podcast is one of many platforms CII offers members to access timely information and perspectives and to increase public attention to critical issues and developments in corporate governance and capital markets. The target audience for our podcast is CII Members, other institutional investors, public companies, securities lawyers, proxy advisory firms and other institutional investor service providers.The podcast is free to the public and available on all major podcast listening platfo ...
 
This is a podcast for people who are curious about the world and themselves featuring talks and conversations presented by the Public Programs department of California Institute of Integral Studies, a non-profit university in San Francisco. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app to a diverse array of visionaries, artists, and scholars sharing compelling experiences, offering new perspectives, and expanding creative horizons.
 
An seo nua faoi CII. Eist le J agus K, na DJs ar fheabas le daoine as ár scoil. The new show from CII. Listen to J and K, the fantastic DJs, with people from our school. : BUAITEOIRÍ COMORTAS RAIDIÓ SnaG 2015 : Clár radió faoin daltaí as 5ú bhliain san Coláiste Íde agus Íosef. Le ceol as TG Lurgan, Podington, agus Broke for Free. : WINNERS SnaG RADIO COMPETITION 2015 : Radio show from students of 5th year in Coláiste Íde agus Íosef. with music from TG Lurgan, Podington, and Broke for Free.
 
Every day of our lives is spent in the built environment - from the homes we live in to the roads we drive to the buildings in which we work. But while our world continues to shift and grow and change, the development and delivery of the built environment has fallen dramatically behind. To keep up, we know that the construction industry must transform. Through conversations with the leaders, visionaries and innovators behind the built revolution, this podcast explores our changing environmen ...
 
FTAdviser is the Financial Times’ specialist title dedicated to the UK financial advice profession. Each week one of our reporters will be joined by a panel of experts to discuss issues such how the latest regulatory developments will impact advice firms, how advised clients will be affected by the latest developments in pensions, investing, mortgages and tax, and how the financial advice profession will develop and grow. The FTAdviser Podcast is designed to inform regulated UK advisers on a ...
 
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This week why Kendo Nagasaki mistakes Stewart Lee for Grado, Pedigreeing chavs and just why is Hulk Hogan so sad! On the list your dream Survivor Series teams, Wrestling Daft poetry on the Road Story and of course your Bury/Putovers from this week in wrestling. Episode CII is here, ring the bell! If you want to try Platinum CBD for free head to col…
 
The Chartered Insurance Institute is currently running a consultation which, it says, will help it and its members adapt to the changing world of new technology, more demanding regulation and changing attitudes among consumers. It puts forward proposals about the membership career journey and how the CII's learning and assessment could evolve. But …
 
In his latest book, The Web of Meaning, author and integrator Jeremy Lent investigates the ways in which seemingly disparate streams of thought are compatible, and when taken together, they are key to facing the existential problems of the 21st century. In this episode, CIIS Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Professor Matthew Segall joins Je…
 
Today’s guest is Sian Fisher.Sian has had an illustrious career in international insurance and this has culminated in a 6-year period as CEO of the UK’s well-renowned professional standards and qualifications body the Chartered Insurance Institute (the CII). Sian is a strong and vocal female leader in our sector and in her tenure has been a dynamic…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of October 4 to November 1 .By The Council of Institutional Investors
 
Todays’ guest is a formidable professional with whom I have been sparring on and off for the last 16 years. But most of the time that sparring would have gone on behind the scenes and not while notebooks were open, or indeed, the microphones switched on. That’s because Caroline Wagstaff, who has just been confirmed in post as the permanent CEO of c…
 
Still going baby daft in this weeks show as Grado and Rab look for your baby wrestling puns, on the Pun In. Ahead of ICW's Fear and Loathing Coach Trip aka Shamer joins the boys and we are looking for your favourite ICW moments on the List. That plus wrestling in shoot fights, more mr Blobby banter and Grado kissing an Under driver in front of Finn…
 
The wealth management industry cannot solve climate change on its own, and there were significant elements missing from the Cop26 agreement, said Eoin Murray, head of investment at Federated Hermes. Speaking on the latest edition of the FTAdviser podcast about the outcome from the Cop26 summit in Glasgow, Murray said the devil was in the detail of …
 
In this episode, CII Senior Research Analyst Lucy Nussbaum interviews Professor Daniel Preston of Indiana University. Professor Preston has developed a survey for CII members on challenges faced by institutional investors in pursuing SDG-aligned investment opportunities in Africa.By The Council of Institutional Investors
 
Wrestling Daft is 100 episodes old and you are all invited to the party and just in time to enjoy it, we welcome to the world baby Grado! The boys look back at the best moments of the show on the list and welcome back a surprise guest on the Run In! Plus the best non-wrestling wrestling entrances, a mini cheddar mix up and a WWE try out goes wrong …
 
The highly unusual nature of the economic recession and recovery means there are likely to be a number of “bubbles burst” in the coming years, according to this week's FTAdviser Podcast. As the global economy seeks to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, inflation is making a comeback and central banks are considering whether to increase interest ra…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor Joshua Mitts of Columbia University School of Law. Professor Mitts is the co-author of recent research paper entitled "The Index-Fund Dilemma: An Empirical Study of the Lending-Voting Tradeoff."By The Council of Institutional Investors
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Arevo.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week, I welcome Sonny Vu to the show. Sonny is a serial entrepreneur and CEO of Arevo, an advanced manufacturing technology company that automates the design and production of large, complex continuous carbon fiber reinforced polymer (“CFRP”) comp…
 
Mark Wheeler is a Lloyd’s market person through and through. In this interview he even refers to himself as a “Lloyd’s groupie”That’s why it was great to meet him face to face in his London office within 100 metres of the Lloyd’s building. We went deeply into what his new venture Mosaic is really all about. The vision is original and the plan is in…
 
In October, the US Securities and Exchange Commission gave the green light to the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF. This is the first US bitcoin futures-based exchange-traded fund, and for many this was seen as a turning point for cryptocurrencies when it began trading at the end of October. But the SEC drew a line in the sand just a few days later, …
 
Rising inflation has prompted concerns that the UK economy is seeing the return of stagflation. Last seen in the 1970s, stagflation is characterised by stagnant growth and high inflation. The supply chain disruptions which led to fuel shortages in September and the looming rising cost of energy saw many draw parallels with the that era. Indeed, the…
 
In unsettling and uncertain times, the individual and collective heartbreak that lives in both our bodies and our communities can feel insurmountable. Many of us have been conditioned by the dominant culture to not name, focus on, or wade through the difficulties in our lives. But in order to heal, we must make space for grief, prioritizing our who…
 
There are two types of journalist – there are those who really don’t like or trust anyone they write about and then there are those that are the opposite and seem to like everyone. I am one of the latter – my natural bias is to get a positive vibe from most of the people I interview. Because of this I make sure I try and balance this inbuilt positi…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/GEN-Z-Tallo.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week I welcome Casey Welch to the show. Casey is the co-founder and president of Tallo, a company that connects the next generation of talent with opportunities in the workplace. On this episode, we’ll be discussing the worker shortage for m…
 
The Hawk and Animal of the wrestling podcast world, have something to say, tell them Hawk... This week has a Halloween feel as Rab and Grado look at the scariest wrestling moments on the list while on the 'Run In' regular correspondent and host of a horror radio show, Pablo, comes on to talk wrestling and horror movies. Plus panto/pants based wrest…
 
This week chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak hailed his second Budget of 2021 as heralding a "new age of optimism" as the UK seeks to leave the Covid-19 pandemic behind it. Are things that simple? On its surface, the Budget focused on reforming alcohol duty and business rates, and tinkering with air passenger duty, leaving many areas financial…
 
It really matters what today’s guest thinks. This is because he has one of the biggest and most influential underwriting and insurance and reinsurance management jobs in the world. Stefan Golling serves on Munich Re's Board of Management and until recently was its Chief Underwriter.He also looks after Global Clients, the North America Division and …
 
Patrick Tiernan Chief of Markets at Lloyd’s has the broadest job description of almost anyone in insurance. He is responsible for whole abstract ideas such as ‘Underwriting’ and ‘Distribution’ at a vast global insurance marketplace which can make it sometimes hard to know where to start. My job as a journalist is to take the abstract and turn it in…
 
October 2021 marked the start of regulatory scrutiny over pay gap data reporting. Many companies have already reported, while others are still to unveil their data. Yet even with regulatory pressure to disclose the level of the so-called gender pay gap, many companies still seem unwilling to be as transparent as they could be. It is known that gend…
 
Rab and Grado are reunited for more Wrestling Daft. You deserve it! On the List of Wrestling Daft the best jobbers, on the road story what happens when you use the Peoples Elbow in a shoot fight and your Bury/Putovers. Plus demographics explained, Gangrel in Emmerdale and just who is your favourite Bobby? Episode XCVIII is here, ring the bell! If y…
 
With the stamp duty holiday at an end and the Budget taking place next week, what does the future hold for stamp duty? Regularly referred to as the UK's "worst tax", stamp duty is regularly seen as in need of reform. But did the Covid-19 stamp duty holiday, which ended this month and saw receipts increase to £12.3bn, make reform any likelier? Hoste…
 
I love catching up with Robert Lumley (Top) and Stephen Brittain (Bottom) from the Insurtech Gateway because whenever we do we always have a really fascinating conversation. But I found recording today’s podcast not just fascinating but actually inspiring and energising.First of all a huge amount has been going on since we last spoke and the pace a…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professors Steven Boivie and Michael Withers of Texas A&M University, and Scott Griffin of the University of Georgia. Along with Professor Kevin Corley of Arizona State University, the professors are co-authors of a recent research article entitled “Corporate directors’ implicit theories …
 
Disability affects all of us, directly or indirectly, at one point or another. Examining the complexities of disability issues with wisdom, humor, and honesty, author and disability advocate Rebekah Taussig seeks to normalize the lived experience of disabled persons while also advocating for improvements and a paradigm shift—something that we all p…
 
Today’s guest is one of those people I always enjoy spending time talking to and was really looking forward to having on the show.I first met him when he was running Scor’s North American P&C operations when he would often appear at Insurance conferences I was chairing in New York. Back then Jean-Paul Conoscente was unfailingly charming, calm and v…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Current-Composites-final.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss This week Meredith Glasgow of Current Inc. joins me on the show to discuss their company’s story. They’re a leading manufacturer of laminated plastics & thermoset composite materials. Current has been a family-owned and operated busi…
 
As long as there have been financial advisers, there has been debate about how to plug the advice gap. But research has found that some 39m people have never sought any professional advice or guidance for their finances, and one in five advisers won't serve someone with less than £100,000. So there is clearly a gap to be plugged, but does the plugg…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Electroninks.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss On this episode, I welcome Brett Walker, CEO of Electroninks on the show to discuss how their company is working towards being the leading worldwide brand of particle-free metal complex inks for printed electronics and semiconductor applications…
 
It’s a long time since legacy was a dusty dead end of the insurance industry where old underwriters went to eke out the remains of their days before retirement. And at the same time it’s been a long time since the era when fronting was seen as a bit of a dirty secret of the industry. These days both segments have matured and taken up their rightful…
 
Breaking up is always difficult. Quite apart from the emotional aspects, the financial aspects are particularly difficult for both parties, with division of assets often needing solicitors and court orders. Although there is a need for professional advice, too often people think they will simply split the assets - the man gets the pension; the woma…
 
No, it's not a new solicitor firm, it's Wrestling Daft as the voice of ICW Billy Kirkwood, tags in for Rab, as he and Grado combine to take on ex Bolton, Boro & England centre half David Wheater! David is a massive wrestling fan and chats dream matches, rock bottoming people on cars and nearly signing for Kilmarnock! We have your Ultimate dream mat…
 
For the past four months, the rate of inflation has beaten the Bank of England’s 2 per cent target. Despite saying that this rise will be “transitory”, the central bank has warned inflation might soar over 4 per cent before the end of the year - meaning it could reach its highest point in a decade, and so far governor Andrew Bailey has not confirme…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of August 31 - October 4.By The Council of Institutional Investors
 
What makes cults so intriguing and frightening? What makes them powerful? The reason why so many of us binge Manson documentaries by the dozen and fall down rabbit holes researching suburban moms gone QAnon is because we’re looking for a satisfying explanation for what causes people to join—and more importantly, stay in—extreme groups. We secretly …
 
Today’s podcast is crackling with energy. When I listened back to the recording it was unmistakable. The reason is obvious – the subject matter we are discussing is Gallagher’s imminent takeover of Willis Re. This is the biggest thing to happen in reinsurance broking since Aon bought Benfield back in 2008 and here I spend some time with an ebullien…
 
Finally...Wrestling Daft is here on the week it was announced that Rab is going to present the reboot of Gamesmaster. All the chat about that and how Grado is also involved, plus the worst booked finished on The List, your Bury and Putovers and tattoos gone wrong on the Road Story. And colonoscopy chat, more celebrities outed as wrestling fans and …
 
Markets have been going through a turbulent period in recent weeks and, in part, this has been down to events taking place in China. Chinese equities have lost 11 per cent over the past three months because of concerns about an ongoing regulatory crackdown in the country. But these worries have been exacerbated by the liquidity crisis facing proper…
 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Robert K. Kry, a Founding Partner of the law firm of MoloLamken. Kry provides a preview of investor-related issues that are expected to be addressed during the 2021-2022 term of the Supreme Court of the United States which starts on October 4.…
 
I have met Andreas Berger at various times in the last 15 years and he has been consistently impressive every time I have met him. It was therefore no surprise when in 2019 Swiss Re came calling with a major task to fix its consistently misfiring and loss-making Corporate Solutions, or CorSo, business unit. Two years later and the turnaround at Cor…
 
In this episode, Clark Ellis sits down with longtime industry leader, real estate investor, and developer, Joshua Pollard, to discuss Real Estate development in urban markets and how Healthcare Services are interrelated. Joshua is the founder, CEO, and President of Omicelo, a remarkable company focused on developing sustainable communities using ho…
 
We've all heard the phrase 'people buy people'. But does this really apply to advising different genders? After all, a great financial adviser can deliver great financial advice to any client, regardless of their gender. But it is also true that there are additional benefits to an advice firm that can be gained by having a more diverse team. Moreov…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/compositesweeklypodcast/Gelcoat-Troubleshooting.mp3?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss On this episode, I share a recent interview I did with Andrew Pokelwaldt, of the ACMA, and Brannon Pittman of HK Research discussing Gelcoat issues. Gel coating is typically a common problem area when working with composites, especial…
 
WWE was in Glasgow and we have all the gossip as Grado went behind the scenes and caught up with his old mucker Drew McIntyre. On the List the best ECW champions finally won, Producer John steps up on the Road Story and of course your Bury/Putovers. In between that, Grado's encounter with a terrorist attack, NXT names and some surprising celebritie…
 
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