Bill Ullman (Founder, The Daily FinQ) sits down and discusses FinTech and investing with various leaders, experts and CEOs in the finance world.
From the home studio in Brooklyn, Bill Ullman talks with David Klein, Founder and CEO of CommonBond, one of the leading financial technology and student lending companies in America in this latest “Squashing the Market” podcast. Bill and David discuss...
Re-starting the Squashing the Market podcast series from his home studio in Brooklyn, NY, Bill talks investment management with Bruce Cameron, co-founder of Berkshire Global Advisors, one of the leading firms in the specialized world of advising money...
Bill invites “rocket scientist” Jeff Glickman to the studio for this latest episode of “Squashing the Market." Bill and Jeff explore one of the most complex and intriguing topics in finance and technology today: the development of Artificial...
“Squashing the Market” welcomes Rhian Horgan to the studio in this special podcast episode. Bill and Rhian explore one of the most pressing and important problems facing tens of millions of Americans today: saving for retirement. Rhian also shares the key moments of her journey into entrepreneurship and running a company after 16 years of serving in a variety of senior roles in JP Morgan's Wealth Management business. Rhian is the founder and CEO of Kindur, a “Silicon Alley” (NYC) start-up that is focused on helping baby boomers embrace modern retirements by providing them with straightforward, digital financial advice. Rhian left JP Morgan to start Kindur in 2017. She is a graduate of the College of William and Mary, where she studied Finance and Public Policy and now serves as a Trustee of the William and Mary Foundation. Produced by Sam Swanson, music by Alex Atchley.
“Squashing the Market” brings Phil Bartow into the studio to discuss investing in loans originated by FinTech companies. The first institutional investor in this podcast series, Phil has emerged as an expert and leading player in FinTech loan and credit investing. Phil is the Head of FinTech and Marketplace Lending at Sound Point Capital in New York City, a firm with over $20 billion of assets under management and focused on credit strategies. Prior to joining Sound Point in 2019, Phil was a Portfolio Manager of RiverNorth Capital, where he helped to launch and manage the first SEC registered closed end fund to invest in loans originated by FinTech companies. Phil is a graduate of Williams College and Columbia Business School. Produced by Sam Swanson, music by Alex Atchley.
In this episode of “Squashing the Market”, host Bill Ullman welcomes FinTech wunderkind Matt Burton to the studio for an animated discussion about start-ups, venture capital investing, the globalization of FinTech and entrepreneurship. Matt is currently a partner at leading FinTech VC firm QED Investors. Prior to joining QED, Matt was the co-founder and CEO of online lending analytics company Orchard Platform, which was recently sold to Kabbage (an online lender based in Atlanta). Matt’s career has been an astonishing rise through the AdTech and FinTech worlds - and now venture capital. Prior to starting Orchard, Matt worked at AdTech pioneers Live Rail and AdMeld, which were sold to Facebook and Google, respectively. A graduate of Sewanee - The University of the South, Matt was a former Texas State tennis champion who now likes to play squash from time to time in NYC. Produced by Sam Swanson, music by Alex Atchley.
Bill, host of the Squashing the Market podcast, highlights all aspects of fintech, investing and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Definitely time well spent
Great guest list and smart questions - totally interesting and enjoyable!
Thoughtful provocative detail fantastic storytelling applicable real world insights thanks for binging this info to us Bill.