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The podcasts that caught your attention in 2023: Part 2

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By Jessica Penny
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3 minute read

With 2023 having come to a close, we look at the top podcasts that piqued your interest last year.

Now having officially landed in 2024, check out last year's time capsule of podcast episodes and industry insights that engaged you the most.

5. How this UHNW family office expanded into funds management

Kicking off the top five episodes that caught your attention last year, Joseph Sitch, co-CIO of Victor Smorgon Group, takes a deep dive into the family office’s venture into the fund management space.

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Mr Sitch goes further into the origins of Victor Smorgon Group and the strategies underpinning the group’s success in building and sustaining intergenerational wealth.

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4. Welcome to a new era of structural inflation

Milford Asset Management’s Will Curtayne caught up with the team at InvestorDaily to explain why he believes property price growth will track wage growth over the next decade.

Mr Curtayne further broke down the impacts of retiring Baby Boomers on the global economy and revealed why future economic cycles will be shorter, faster and choppier.

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3. The acquisition opportunity in financial services

Earning third-place is Simon Madder’s feature on Relative Return in August. As managing director and CEO of Prime Financial Group, Mr Madder unpacked the firm’s ambitious growth plans and how it balances working in multiple parts of the financial services landscape.

He also revealed where Prime is finding acquisition opportunities, and how the business grew faster than ever during COVID-19.

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2. Calling out the BS in ESG

Securing the second-highest spot among the top podcasts in 2023 was one centred around ESG, which has steadily gained traction in investor and regulatory discourse.

In this episode of Relative Return, Infinity Asset Management’s chief investment officer, Piers Bolger, shares his insights on the marketing spin surrounding the ESG movement.

Mr Bolger further gives his thoughts on BHP, Westpac, Afterpay and managed accounts. There’s a lot of ground covered, so this episode has something for everyone.

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1.Rebuilding Magellan

Claiming the top spot for podcasts that caught your attention last year was Magellan Financial Group CEO David George, and his discussion of how he is hoping to grow the asset manager to $100 billion in assets under management.

Mr George revealed what he has learnt from his role at the Future Fund, his taking over as CEO of Magellan, and his plan for the next 12 months. It’s unsurprising that this was the fan-favourite of 2023.

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The podcasts that caught your attention in 2023: Part 2

With 2023 having come to a close, we look at the top podcasts that piqued your interest last year.

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