Private Capital

Updated: 21 Mar 2024 • 19 episodes
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Conversations with investment and business thought leaders, founders, and experts geared toward the family office executive or family principal. Join host Joe Reilly as we learn from the best in the investment and business world. Great stories, analysis and insights you can use in a family office context.

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Alex Chaloff is the CIO of Bernstein Private Wealth Management. We had a great conversation talking about his personal litmus test for a manager, what to do with lagging funds, the advantages of scale, and the importance of having a sleep coach. Please enjoy my talk with Alex Chaloff.   Alex Chaloff is the Chief Invest

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Today we have Mark Hurley, who recently co-authored a white paper called Welcome to the Jungle: The Next Phase of the Evolution of the Wealth Management Industry. Mark has written several influential papers over the years, and makes some intriguing and provocative points. We go into the mechanics of the wealth manageme

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Steffen Pauls is a serial entrepreneur with a long background in the private equity industry.  His career started at BCG; he started and sold a fintech company during the dot com era; worked at KKR when it was still a small firm and grew along with it; and then left to start his own company in 2016 called Moonfare - wh

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Casey Whalen has had a remarkable investing career starting at the Yale investments office, then Rockefeller University, the CIO of the New York Public Library, running three billion at Truuvo partners and now heading up Lazard’s family office partners.  Casey and I talk about the many lessons she learned from David Sw

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Today we are speaking to Ryan Eisenman, co-founder and CEO of Arch, a leading fintech startup that is a digital administrator for private investments.   I thought it would be great to catch up with Ryan to get a look under the hood of a rapidly growing B2B SaaS company tackling one of asset management’s persistent back

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Today we have Jon Hirtle, founder and executive chairman of Hirtle, Callaghan & Co, a $20 billion  OCIO firm.  I was especially interested to talk to Jon because he is a real process guy, and has been thinking deeply about managers and portfolios for over thirty years.  John trained recruits at Paris Island, worked at

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