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Episode 14: Luck of the Draw

Episode 14: Luck of the Draw

Is success the luck of the draw? Tune in as Hugo speaks with Michael Sandel, a professor of political philosophy at Harvard University. Michael has authored several books, including “What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets,” “Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do?,” and most recently, “The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good?” Hugo and Michael discuss the impact of meritocracy and credentialism on society, investing, and politics.

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Episode 13: Investing in the Next Generation

Episode 13: Investing in the Next Generation

In this episode, Rendel Solomon, managing director at Muller & Monroe Asset Management and founder of One Stock One Future, joins our moderator, Hugo, for a conversation on Rendel’s family history, his “One Stock One Future” initiative, which aims to turn 1 million underprivileged young people into public company shareholders, and the widening racial wealth gap.

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Episode 12: Part 3: COVID-19 Science and Economics

Episode 12: Part 3: COVID-19 Science and Economics

As the pandemic progresses, Hugo checks back in with our in-house COVID experts, William Blair Investment Management Research Analyst Camilla Oxhamre Cruse, Ph.D., and Global Strategist Olga Bitel, on why cases are rising in some areas and declining in others, where we are on a vaccine and testing, and potential risks to our base-case scenario for the global economic recovery.

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Episode 11: How We Stop Wasting Food

Episode 11: How We Stop Wasting Food

Getting surplus food into the mouths of the hungry is more complicated than it seems. Join our moderator, Hugo, and portfolio manager, Simon, for a conversation with Laura Winningham, CEO of City Harvest London, which has rescued 4,000 tons of surplus food and delivered 10 million meals to those in need.

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Episode 10: Leadership: One GOALLLLLL!

Episode 10: Leadership: One GOALLLLLL!

Strong leadership, especially during uncertain times, is more important than ever. Join our moderator, Hugo, for a conversation with former U.S. Women’s National Soccer Coach, Jill Ellis, on creating a dynamic environment, making sound decisions, and working with diverse personalities.

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Episode 09: Part 2: COVID-19 Science and Economics

Episode 09: Part 2: COVID-19 Science and Economics

In the second installment of our COVID-19 series, our moderator, Hugo, discusses the scientific and economic implications of the path to recovery with William Blair Investment Management Research Analyst Camilla Oxhamre Cruse, who has a Ph.D. in medicine and M.Sc. in biochemistry, and Global Strategist Olga Bitel.

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Episode 08: COVID-19: Science and Economics

Episode 08: COVID-19: Science and Economics

Listen to our moderator, Hugo, discuss the science of the coronavirus and its global economic impact with William Blair Investment Management Research Analyst Camilla Oxhamre Cruse, who has a Ph.D. in medicine and an M.Sc. in biochemistry, and Global Strategist Olga Bitel.

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Episode 07: Humanistic Capitalism

Episode 07: Humanistic Capitalism

Join us on location in the village of Solomeo in Umbria, Italy, the home of our guest Brunello Cucinelli, chairman and CEO of Brunello Cucinelli S.p.A., and his successful luxury-clothing brand. A strong believer in humanistic capitalism, Brunello shares how he created a company that values fair wages and profits, giving back, and the importance of treating people and the environment with dignity.

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Episode 06: The Industrial Revolution Is a Digital Revolution

Episode 06: The Industrial Revolution Is a Digital Revolution

Claudio Simão, chief technology officer at Hexagon AB and president of Hexagon Ventures, discusses how Industry 4.0 and the digital transformation will drive a new era of productivity. He also highlights the challenges and opportunities faced by industrial companies in a digital world.

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Episode 05: Incentivize Good

Episode 05: Incentivize Good

Known as the father of financial futures, Dr. Richard Sandor, chairman and CEO of the American Financial Exchange, joins us for an in-depth conversation about his journey to becoming a financial innovator. He discusses creating the Chicago Climate Exchange; his newest venture, Ameribor, an alternative to LIBOR; and why doing well and doing good don’t have to be exclusive.

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