Distinctively Active Podcast
Welcome to the Distinctively Active Investing - Profiles & Perspectives podcast, presented by Touchstone Investments. On this show, you'll find out what makes Touchstone, and its portfolio managers distinctive. We share in-depth interviews with people who are actively engaged in leading and managing the Touchstone funds and you will hear from other industry professionals, as well.
In this episode, we catch up with Blake Moore, President and Chief Executive Officer of Touchstone Investments. Follow along as Mary Mock explores Blake’s career journey that took him from the NFL to the investment world and hear what he has learned along the way.
Our guest today is David Harris, the Chief Investment Officer and President of Asset Management at Rockefeller Capital Management. We'll learn about his personal story as well as the investment philosophy behind Rockefeller, and discuss what he believes the future holds for ESG investing and active management.
Our guest today is Chris Mathewson of Ares Management. Chris is a partner and portfolio manager of U.S. Liquid Credit in the Ares Credit Group, where he is primarily responsible for managing Ares' U.S. high yield credit strategies. We're talking with Chris today about his personal career journey, as well as what gives Ares its investment edge.
Steve is the founder of The London Company and heads the firm's investment management teams. Steve and Brian are portfolio managers of the Touchstone Mid Cap Fund, the Touchstone Large Cap Fund and the Touchstone Small Cap Fund. They'll be discussing The London Company's investment strategy, as well as their personal backgrounds and career trajectories.
Our guest, Will Muggia is CEO and CIO of Westfield Capital Management, a growth equity asset management boutique based in Boston. As the lone capitalist in a family of medical practitioners, Will Muggia discusses how he got his start in the business and shares Westfield’s “Growth At A Reasonable Price” philosophy.
Listen in to better understand the Three Pillars of active management through discussion with Martijn Cremers, Martijn J. Gillen Dean and Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance, at the University of Notre Dame’s, Mendoza College of Business. He covers common pitfalls when applying active share and rounds out the conversation with important considerations when it comes to the hot topic of expenses.
Distinctively Active Podcast
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