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The podcasts that caught your attention in 2023: Part 1

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By Jessica Penny
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Check out the podcast episodes that got you listening and revisit some of the biggest industry developments over 2023.

From the superannuation sector to global private markets, Relative Return has had something for everyone this year.

As 2023 comes to a close, take a look at some of the episodes that piqued your interest.

10. Democratising access to top-tier global private markets

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Coming in tenth is Pengana Capital Group’s co-founder and chief executive, Russel Pillemer, who joined Relative Return to discuss how the firm is solving accessibility to global private markets for both wholesale and retail investors.

Tune in here.

9. Does investing in China still stack up?

In this episode of Relative Return, Gary Monaghan, investment director for Asian equities at Fidelity, unpacks opportunities in Asia and recounts the firm’s win earlier this year at the Fund Manager of the Year Awards.

Mr Monaghan unveiled what factors are making India the next “darling of Asia”, and the economic impact of China’s property market on Australia.

Tune in here.

8. Lessons from the UK adviser landscape

This episode covers all things advice with Nick Eatock, chief executive of Intelliflo. Mr Eatock discusses the firm's move into the Australian market this year as Intelliflo launches its software and technology to Aussie financial advisers.

If you can get behind the importance of technology and digital advice, this episode is a must-listen.

Tune in here.

7. Solving the retirement problem

In July, Allianz Retire+ chief product and marketing officer Simon Aboud discussed the latest innovations in the retirement space.

Mr Aboud takes a deep dive into how the Retirement Income Covenant has changed the industry, the risk of retirees outliving their funds, and the firm's recently released longevity solution, AGILE.

Tune in here.

6. Super funds have the fear

In this topical episode of Relative Return, Mayflower Consulting’s CEO, Sarah Penn, underscored the structural issues in the Australian superannuation sector as Baby Boomers move from accumulation to drawdown.

Listen to Ms Penn delve into the Labor government’s disruption to the financial services industry, and much more, below.

Tune in here.

The podcasts that caught your attention in 2023: Part 1

Check out the podcast episodes that got you listening and revisit some of the biggest industry developments over 2023.

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