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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Morgan Stanley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Morgan Stanley, often where they are interviewed.

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22 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Morgan Stanley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Morgan Stanley, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep. 330 - Fmr. Morgan Stanley VP & Citi MD goes ALL IN on Crypto w/ Dave Weisberger, CEO, Coinroutes

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In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by eToro, we speak with Dave Weisberger of Coinroutes. He is a former VP at Morgan Stanley, and former Managing Director at Citigroup. Coinroutes is a run by a genius father-son duo, and has the hallmarks of an unstoppable company in crypto. We discuss the total addressable market of crypto, and all the problems which plague traditional markets. Lastly, we discuss market structure, price action, and what we suspect went wrong with the Bitmex liquidation engine on March 12, Black Thursday.

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May 28 2020



The Real Truth About Business Ownership from a $600M Ex-Morgan Stanley Advisor

Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
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Lee Korn, who launched the independent firm Opal Wealth Advisors in January of 2019, shares how pulling together all the moving parts that go into building an RIA is a task that takes time, energy and a good amount of learning as you go—but worth it!

Apr 16 2020

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Catherine Coley: From Morgan Stanley to Relentlessly Running Binance U.S.

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Host Tom Shaughnessy talks to Catherine Coley, CEO of Binance.US. They discuss Binance.US’s origin story, how Catherine made the switch from traditional finance to digital assets, how she sees them differing, and more.

Key Points:

  1. The scale of digital assets is wildly different from traditional finance.
  2. Digital assets allow users to have more agency and voice in their financial choices.
  3. Being in crypto gives you an expanded skillset and toolbox.

Episode Highlights:

  • They are recording on the day the US stock market dropped 1,000 points, but it feels different from the crash in 2008.
  • Binance.US offers an opportunity for Americans to get into digital assets through dollar onramps, over 30 coins, and more.
  • Binance.US only launched 166 days ago.
  • A high concentration of traditional finance professionals have moved into crypto and digital assets.
  • People who appreciate efficiency are drawn to digital asset management.
  • Technologically, what an exchange has to deal with on a daily basis is huge, but when you compare it to trades at Morgan Stanley or something comparable, it’s a matter of $20 million vs $600 million.
  • There is a fear that the US will lose out on talent because our regulations are so strict that they constrain innovation.
  • By virtue of coming into the game late, Binance has the advantage of having a clear view of the market and what the gaps are.
  • We have a lot of time before we have to worry about the consolidation of the crypto space to mimic Wall Street.
  • Binance is also involved with staking and governance.
  • Their goal is to allow a wide range of users to access staking and trading at various levels of complexity to fit their needs.
  • Binance.US has a referral program that sets it apart from other platforms.
  • Catherine is only interested in Binance.US building features and products that her customers are interested in.
  • Current society keeping money as a taboo conversation topic prevents people from gaining the confidence to handle their own finances.
  • While Catherine was at Morgan Stanley, she watched the pipeline of traditional analysts and traders dry up and they lost people to Square and Twitter, which led her to realize she had to be fluent in tech in addition to finance.

Key Points:

  1. The scale of digital assets is wildly different from traditional finance.
  2. Digital assets allow users to have more agency and voice in their financial choices.
  3. Being in crypto gives you an expanded skillset and toolbox.

Tweetable Quotes

  • “The quality of service that you receive at Morgan Stanley or Goldman Sachs is one that should be democratized and shared with all. So I think that’s a positive that you’d see the quality of research be able to go further downstream.” –Catherine Coley
  • “There’s a part of me that goes, ‘Would trader Coley really be pleased right now?’ The answer is usually no, we’ve got to do more. So that keeps me pushing forward to improve the product, to improve the experience anyone can have in America w/ digital assets.” –Catherine Coley

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Mar 20 2020



Ep 75- Intuit buys Credit Karma, Morgan Stanley buys E_Trade, and an insurtech report!

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Feb 28 2020



Bloomberg’s First Debate; Trouble in Toyland; Morgan Stanley Goes Shopping

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Mayor Mike Bloomberg made his Democratic debate debut, and his stagemates weren’t very welcoming. Political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz comments on the night’s liveliest moments. The coronavirus is hitting supply chains in tech and beyond; Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner and Entertainment One CEO Darren Throop reveal how the outbreak is affecting playtime. Morgan Stanley is set to become the largest wealth manager in the world, prompted by its $13B purchase of E*Trade; the WSJ reporter who broke the story, Liz Hoffman, explains the deal’s backstory. Plus, a deal for L Brands, comments from Boeing’s CEO, and some of the best eats in Ohio. 

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Feb 20 2020



Durable DevOps Podcast Ep.13 With Dov Katz From Morgan Stanley

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Hosted by Greg Bledsoe and Conor Delanbanque, the 'Durable DevOps Podcast' invites tech evangelists to discuss the latest trends in DevOps, Cloud Computing, IoT, and Fintech. Guests also offer career and leadership advice, often based on their own experiences in reaching senior positions at global organisations and managing large technology teams.

In episode 13, Greg Bledsoe, Chief Disruption Officer at mthree is joined by Dov Katz, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley. Together, they discuss Agile transformation, DevOps life lessons, and the importance of designing IT systems that go beyond current business requirements.

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Jan 15 2020



Terri Duhon - Non-Executive Director and Risk Chair at Morgan Stanley

Women Leaders in Finance
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We sit down with Terri Duhon who is Non-Executive Director and Risk Chair at Morgan Stanley to discuss her journey to becoming a board member, how leading by example can be a simple solution to diversity challenges and what risks financial institutions should be monitoring in 2020.

Dec 12 2019



Raising Mommy - Episode 31: Hollis Montgomery, CFP with Morgan Stanley

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Hollis Montgomery, CFP, VP and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley, discusses the importance of talking to our kids about money and offers strategies that will help prepare them in managing their financial future.


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Oct 05 2019



13: The big biosimilar opportunity, according to Morgan Stanley

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Themedicinebox podcast gives you vital insights on all things pharma and health — from discussing trends in the industry to key issues in health with all the relevant experts.

The third series focuses on the top sell-side analysts covering the pharma and healthcare sector. They share their views on the big emerging trends, the big growth markets, R&D and more.

In the first episode, Sameer Baisiwala, executive director and senior analyst at Morgan Stanley, shares details about the global investment firm's latest global insight report on biosimilars– Infancy to Youth.

What are the opportunities and threats to the global biosimilar market? Morgan Stanley believes the US and EU biosimilar markets will grow nearly 10 times to $13.3 billion by 2025 from 2018, a 24 percent CAGR. Where does India figure in the biosimilar opportunity?

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Apr 18 2019



EP 04 - Becca Hare, VP UX Research @ Morgan Stanley
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We talk to Becca Hare, newly anointed VP of UX Research at Morgan Stanley about transitioning from tech companies to fintech

Apr 16 2019