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The Don't Get Fired Podcast by Stanford Long-Term Investing


In the coming decade, we will need long-term investors to innovate to meet their return objectives, as well as deliver a range of positive externalities to the world. This podcast will seek to showcase how leaders of long-term investors can innovate without getting fired. Ashby Monk and Daniel Adamson interview investment professionals working in long-term investors about the big innovations they ... more

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The Chief Investment Officer of The Spencer Foundation Endowment explains the power of evidence-based decision-making and the value of a talented board in selecting an investment model for their endowment that is NOT the Endowment Model.

3 months ago

The Chief Investment Officer of the UK's ~$48B Pension Protection Fund offers details on the fund's dynamic capabilities, which has driven significant over-funding and a recent expansion of the fund's mandate.

4 months ago

The Deputy-Chief Investment Officer of Australia's Retail Employees Superannuation Trust (REST) offers details on the process by which REST designed, approved, and began implementing its new 1% allocation, or around $750M and growing, to impact inves... more

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The Executive Director of New York City's Board of Education Retirement System reflects on his plan's 101-year path to reinventing asset-liability modeling via a unique partnership with academic researchers.

6 months ago

The Chief Investment Officer of HESTA discusses how the fund achieved 5- and 10-year investment performance that places it among the top 10 in Australia, while ALSO delivering meaningful outcomes in impact investing.

6 months ago

The Chief Investment Officer of the Coal Pension Trustees Services Limited discusses how he helped usher in a new world of tech innovation at CPT, and what it means for the fund in terms of performance.

7 months ago

The Chief Investment Officer of the San Jose City Retirement System discusses how he finally got this Silicon Valley-based pension fund into venture capital, revealing a series of fascinating (and no doubt soon-to-be-copied) implementation innovation... more

10 months ago

The Chief Investment Officer of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System discusses her fund's $1B bet on emerging managers.

10 months ago


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