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Going Long Podcast: John Connaughton, Bain Capital

3 October 2022 - Historically, the purpose of the private investment industry – whether public or private – has been simply to achieve a return. Bain’s John Connaughton joins the podcast to discuss how to break that stereotype, both...

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Going Long Podcast: Amy O’Brien, Nuveen

19 September 2022 - “What matters more in my opinion is the word that comes after you use the acronym ESG. Do we mean ESG factors? […] Do we mean ESG commitments? Do we mean ESG outcomes or impacts? So, first and foremost, let's make sure we understand the context of how that acronym is being used.”

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Going Long Podcast: Rachelle Sampson

15 August 2022 - Rachelle Sampson is an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business and the inaugural winner of the Panmure House Prize, an award for research into long-term investing and its relationship with innovation.

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Lori Heinel State Street

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Going Long Podcast: Lori Heinel, State Street Global Advisors

5 July 2022 - “It is a very delicate balance – where do you cross the line from an issue that is actually material to long-term investment performance and something that might be more political?”

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Going Long Podcast: Scott Sperling, THL

16 May 2022 - “In our experience, the great CEOs are not just driven by their compensation. They are driven by a need to succeed, a need to accomplish and build something great.”

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Going Long Podcast: Seth Alexander, MITIMCo

3 April 2022 - University endowments are meant to create long-term value by definition. In the case of the MIT Investment Management Company (MITIMCo), that long-term value supports not only world-class education but also cutting-edge research and innovation. Seth...

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