30th May 2024

This week, we communicate with Julian C. Salisbury, chief funding officer of asset and wealth administration at Goldman Sachs. He’s additionally a member of the administration committee, and Co-Chairs the Asset Administration Funding Committees, which incorporates non-public fairness, infrastructure, development fairness, credit score, and actual property. Beforehand, he was head of the European Particular Conditions Group from 2008-13, and head of the World Particular Conditions Group: 2013-19. He has labored in Goldman places of work in London, Moscow, and now New York.

Salisbury brings a considerate, international perspective to managing property and liabilities on behalf of institutional and particular person shoppers across the globe.  He explains how the agency has grown its enterprise by providing a complete set of options to shoppers.

He additionally explains why attracting, hiring, and retaining expertise is the only most essential side of operating a big monetary group like Goldman Sachs Asset Administration.

A listing of his present studying is right here; A transcript of our dialog is on the market right here Tuesday.

You’ll be able to stream and obtain our full dialog, together with any podcast extras, on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, YouTube, and Bloomberg. All of our earlier podcasts in your favourite pod hosts will be discovered right here.

Remember to try our Masters in Enterprise subsequent week with enterprise capitalist and seed investor Howard Lindzon. He’s the founder and CIO of  Social Leverage, the place he makes early-stage investments. He based Wall Strip (bought to CBS in 2007), co-founded StockTwits (which pioneered the ‘cashtag’ e.g., $AAPL), and was the primary investor in Robin Hood. Social Leverage not too long ago launched its 4th fund.

Julian Salisbury’s Present Studying

The Avoidable Battle: The Risks of a Catastrophic Battle between the US and Xi Jinping’s China by Kevin Rudd

The Shallows: What the Web Is Doing to Our Brains by Nicholas Carr

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