36 episodes

The IQ-EQ Podcast covers a variety of topics and Series across our different business segments including Funds, Private Wealth and Corporate.

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The IQ-EQ Podcast covers a variety of topics and Series across our different business segments including Funds, Private Wealth and Corporate.

    Between The Lines

    Between The Lines

    In this episode of Between The Lines, Darren Mooney, managing director at IQ-EQ, dives deep into IQ-EQ’s proprietary compliance tool, gVue. 
    gVue is a comprehensive solution for managing and monitoring a business's compliance activities. Darren talks with Steve Piaker and Tanu Suneja of Ten Coves Capital, Jenny Herman of Additive Advisory and IQ-EQ’s Melsa McGarey, director, and JP Gonzalez, Chief Commercial Officer, The Americas. 
    During this show, you will hear about how gVue helps businesses from different perspectives, and how it can streamline compliance processes and procedures.

    • 23 min
    Women in Alternative Assets - Episode 3

    Women in Alternative Assets - Episode 3

    In this episode of our 'Women in Alternative Assets' podcast series, IQ-EQ’s Anne Marie Costet is joined by Sandrine Henton, Managing Director of EG Capital, who is looking forward to exploiting a new strategy which invests in young people and women to deliver measurable financial returns and impact.  
    During the session, Sandrine shares her views about recognising the risk perception of bias when investing in an emerging market such as Africa, and the potential for generating alpha by investing in frontier markets. She also discusses several biases in investment decision-making in the industry. 

    • 32 min
    IQ-EQ Masterclass for First Time Fund Managers – Episode 1

    IQ-EQ Masterclass for First Time Fund Managers – Episode 1

    IQ-EQ is delighted to share a recording of the first of our online masterclasses for first-time fund managers, developed in association with IQ-EQ Launchpad. This session, led by IQ-EQ training manager Carmel McCartney, examines the challenges facing first-time fund managers and how to overcome them.
    Throughout the session, Carmel discusses problems that may arise during the set-up process, calculating cost-time efficiency, and preparing for the unknowns. She also provides an overview of four success factors that IQ-EQ believes are critical to launching a maiden fund successfully.

    • 49 min
    Women in Alternative Assets - Episode 1

    Women in Alternative Assets - Episode 1

    In this first episode of our 'Women in Alternative Assets' podcast series, IQ-EQ’s Rachel Aldridge is joined by Shefali Roy, an award-winning angel investor who invests globally in start-ups within the Fintech, Creator Economy, FemTech and Future of Work sectors.
    During the session, Shefali shares her views on the industry's gender imbalance across regions as well as key barriers that women face in allocating investment capital, and gives advice to women raising their first fund.

    • 23 min
    IQ-EQ CFO e-Lab - Evolution of the Private Funds CFO

    IQ-EQ CFO e-Lab - Evolution of the Private Funds CFO

    IQ-EQ is pleased to share the fifth podcast in our CFO e-Lab series, and is a recording of our webinar, which took place on 7 December 2021. During this session, we sought to discuss the impact of technology and CFO Support services on the role of the private funds CFO. 
    In this episode, introduced and moderated by J.P. Harrop, Group Funds Advisor, IQ-EQ, we were joined by the following expert panelists: 
    Sanjay G. Tolani, Head of Private Markets, Europe, FIS, LondonBoris Onefater, Chairman & Global Head of Outsourced Services, Constellation Advisers LLC, part of IQ-EQ, New YorkRazzak Akbar, Chief Financial Officer, Freshstream, LondonFollowing the presentations, we hosted a Q&A session with questions from the audience, which rounded off the session.
     

    • 46 min
    IQ-EQ Crossroads 2021 – The rise and rise of private capital

    IQ-EQ Crossroads 2021 – The rise and rise of private capital

    IQ-EQ is delighted to share this podcast, which is a recording of the third and hybrid edition of our flagship event, IQ-EQ Crossroads, on the topic “The rise and rise of private capital, which we hosted in London, on 16 November 2021. 
    At this year’s event, we sought investors’ views on the private capital landscape, their areas of interest and sectors of focus, as well as what is most exciting and most challenging about investing in the private capital industry today. Nomura was our co-sponsor on this event.
    We were very excited to have Diana Noble, Non-Executive Director, Bank of England, as our headline speaker at this event. She is also the founder of Kirkos Partners, an advisor to leaders of Private Equity firms.
    Diana’s background is in private equity, venture capital and international development. She was a partner at Schroder Ventures (now Permira) for 12 years and founded e-Ventures and Reed Elsevier Ventures. Diana was the CEO of CDC, the UK’s £5 billion development finance institution, from 2011 to 2017. She joined CDC after five years with the Clinton Foundation’s Health Access Initiative where she oversaw the programme to give children equal access to HIV/ AIDS care.
    Steve Sokic, Group Head of Private Wealth moderated our discussion panel which included  Mark J. McDonald, Global Head of Private Equity, DWS; Winston Chesterfield, Founder, Barton Consulting, Guy Hayward-Cole, Managing Director, Head of Advisory EMEA, Nomura and Hugh Stacey, Executive Director, Investor Solutions.

    • 1 hr 28 min

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