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Modern capital markets move faster and are more complex than ever, bringing together participants with oftentimes clashing goals and constraints. But by gaining a richer understanding of the market’s ongoing evolution—from its remarkable origins to its tantalizing future—investors will be better equipped to navigate the changing dynamics of global financial markets.
On The OUTThinking Investor, a new podcast from PGIM, host Paddy Hirsch speaks with financial experts and PGIM leaders to uncover insights into the financial instruments that we take for granted, from ESG investing and pension plans to sovereign wealth funds and the bond markets. In the process, he will shine a fresh light on the challenges—and overlooked opportunities—that face investors today.
These podcasts are from PGIM, and produced in partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios.
The podcast is for professional investors and for informational and educational purposes only. All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of capital. 

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Modern capital markets move faster and are more complex than ever, bringing together participants with oftentimes clashing goals and constraints. But by gaining a richer understanding of the market’s ongoing evolution—from its remarkable origins to its tantalizing future—investors will be better equipped to navigate the changing dynamics of global financial markets.
On The OUTThinking Investor, a new podcast from PGIM, host Paddy Hirsch speaks with financial experts and PGIM leaders to uncover insights into the financial instruments that we take for granted, from ESG investing and pension plans to sovereign wealth funds and the bond markets. In the process, he will shine a fresh light on the challenges—and overlooked opportunities—that face investors today.
These podcasts are from PGIM, and produced in partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios.
The podcast is for professional investors and for informational and educational purposes only. All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of capital. 

    Can Black Gold Be a Social Good?

    Can Black Gold Be a Social Good?

    The Surprising Transformation of Sovereign Wealth Funds: We look beyond the oil-rich lands of the Middle East to uncover the unexpected beginnings of sovereign wealth funds (in Texas, of all places) and examine the structure of the world’s largest (in Norway). As AUM in SWFs continue to surge, how will they exert greater influence—and possibly even promote sustainability—over global markets?

    • 26 min
    From Overzealous Clergymen to Underfunded Benefit

    From Overzealous Clergymen to Underfunded Benefit

    The Bizarre Journey of Pension Plans: They got their start as an ambitious plan to support the penniless Scottish widows. Now, retirement assets are the largest pool of money in the world—by far—and have pronounced structural differences depending on which country a pensioner calls home. How did this happen? And how can pension plans stay solvent as the global population ages?

    • 25 min
    From the Gutters of London to the Toast of Wall Street

    From the Gutters of London to the Toast of Wall Street

    The Rapid-Fire Growth of ESG Investing: ESG is the trendy star of today’s financial headlines, but it’s also a movement that stretches back centuries. We look at the rich history of values-based investing, from its religious origins to a bold housing experiment in Victorian England, charting the course ahead for ESG by learning how market solutions can help answer social problems.

    • 30 min
    From High-Stakes Battles to Record-Low Yields

    From High-Stakes Battles to Record-Low Yields

    The Fascinating Evolution of the Bond Market: In our current environment of low—or even negative—interest rates, what can the past tell us about what’s in store for the $120 trillion bond market? Join us as we examine the evolution of debt, where we’ll learn how private credit fueled a financial revolution that has changed the course of history—from 1600s England, to the go-go Wall Street of the 1980s, to today.

    • 27 min
    Trailer: The OUTThinking Investor

    Trailer: The OUTThinking Investor

    Modern capital markets move faster and are more complex than ever, bringing together participants with oftentimes clashing goals and constraints. But by gaining a richer understanding of the market’s ongoing evolution—from its remarkable origins to its tantalizing future—investors will be better equipped to navigate the changing dynamics of global financial markets.
    On The OUTThinking Investor, a new podcast from PGIM, host Paddy Hirsch speaks with financial experts and PGIM leaders to uncover insights into the financial instruments that we take for granted, from ESG investing and pension plans to sovereign wealth funds and the bond markets. In the process, he will shine a fresh light on the challenges—and overlooked opportunities—that face investors today.
    These podcasts are from PGIM, and produced in partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios.

    • 1 min

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