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Podcasts from Irish Funds

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Podcasts from Irish Funds, featuring the latest content from our webinars, digital seminars and online conferences. www.irishfunds.ie
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ESG – The Prevailing Wind in Asset Management.
This final episode for 2020 features a highlight from from Day 1 of the Irish Funds Online Annual Conference on 21 October 2020 - the panel discussion on ESG investing entitled "ESG – The Prevailing Wind in Asset Management".  The discussion is introduced and moderated by Tara O’Reilly, a Partner with Arthur Cox and member of the Irish Funds ESG Working Group and features Fong Yee Chan, ESG & Sustainable Investment Specialist with FTSE Russell, Charlie Carnegie, Research Director at Arisaig Partners and Emma Jane Joyce, Investment Director at National Treasury Management Agency. 
35:53
December 24, 2020
Leveraging Technology for Distribution Success
This episode features the concluding panel discussion from Day 1 of the Irish Funds Online Annual Conference on 21 October 2020. The discussion is moderated by Carmel Jordan, European COO, Delegated Solutions, Mercer Investments and features Peter Hunt. Head of UK & Ireland Institutional Business Development with Fidelity, Kevin O'Neill, Global Head of Asset Management & Asset Servicing Division with Fenergo, Henning Swabey, Head of Europe with Calastone and  Matt Adams. Head of Asset Manager Client Line, UK MEA,BNP Paribas. 
35:56
December 17, 2020
Alastair Campbell: new perspectives - let’s change the lens on mental health
This is the keynote address given by Alastair Campbell at the Online Annual Conference on 23 October 2020. In this, Alastair makes a powerful case for removing the stigma surrounding depression and mental health issues and recognising that people who are dealing with such issues can make extremely valuable contributions and should be positively embraced in the workplace.
19:33
December 10, 2020
FinTech and AI – What Alexa Doesn’t Know
This episode features a panel discussion from the Irish Funds Online Annual Conference from 22 October 2020 and is moderated by Philip O’Reilly, Professor of Financial Technologies and Information Systems at University College Cork. The panel also features contributions from Mai Santamaria, Head of Financial Advisory team at Department of Finance Ireland, Professor Hani Hagras from the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University of Essex, Diarmuid O'Donovan, Chief Technology Officer with DMS and Conall Laverty, the Founder & CEO of Wia. 
35:52
December 9, 2020
The European Investment Landscape 2021
With the outcome of Brexit trade negotiations still in the balance, this podcast explores what the investment landscape in Europe will look like in 2021 and how trade flows may be affected by either a no-deal or limited trade deal between the UK and EU. This panel discussion will consider the European economic outlook beyond the era of pandemic restrictions and also what the result of the US Presidential election means for the EU and UK. Moderator Michael Pedroni, Head of International Affairs, Managed Funds Association Panellists: Lucinda Creighton, Former Irish Minister for European Affairs and CEO, Vulcan Consulting Dr Christian Schulz, Economist, Director, Citi (disclaimer) Liz Martins, UK Economist, HSBC
48:17
December 4, 2020
The Future of Work - A Remote Probability
This episode features the panel discussion entitled "The Future of Work - A Remote Probability" from the Online Irish Funds Annual Conference that was held on October 22, 2020. Moderated by Eoin Motherway from AMX, the panel also features contributions from Andrew White, Founder & CEO of FundApps, Rob McCargow, Director of Artificial Intelligence at PwC UK, Martina Kelly, Director of Funds at the Institute of Banking, and Suki Sandhu OBE, of Involve.
35:52
December 2, 2020