Renew Review is the podcast that gives listeners a central place to find out the latest information regarding the best new, exciting innovations, products and renewable energy solutions for their homes and businesses. This is the leading podcast discussing the latest renewable energy products, inviting some leading manufacturers and innovators to share their missions to help energy conscious consumers. This week on the show your host, industry expert Emanuel Howell is with Andrew Conway, Financial Consultant from ASK wealth management and they discuss various investment options, including the fast growing 'ethical' investment sector. ASK wealth management specialises in providing high-quality personal advice on many aspects of wealth management and advising clients of different backgrounds and ages. Additionally, they assist businesses in the increasingly complex area of corporate financial planning, providing guidance on pensions, protection for directors, key employees or shareholders, tax planning and aspects of exit planning. On this episode you will hear: Why do we need expert financial advice What is an Investment Manager and why do you need one What is ESG, and how does it factor into your sustainable investing strategy Why investors are increasingly concerned with ESG What Is Ethical Investing If you want to learn more information about the exciting innovations, products and renewable energy solutions discussed in this episode CLICK HERE to find out more. Renew Review is proudly sponsored by Energy How UK - the specialists in helping customers to reduce their energy bills and increase their comfort, whilst aiding the environment with their range of renewable and low carbon technologies. Find out more about Energy How and their amazing range of solutions around energy performance and efficiency by visiting https://energyhowuk.com/ Connect with Andrew https://askwealthmanagement.co.uk/contact
“Last year I died in my sleep. My wife and daughter had to do CPR on me; I was dead for about half an hour. The ambos took me away and I woke up a few days later in The Alfred.” These are the words of Andrew Conway, who clinically died in his sleep after suffering a massive cardiac arrest in early 2020. Against all odds, Andrew was brought back to life by paramedics and transported to The Alfred Hospital. At present, around 1,800 Australians are wait listed for an organ transplant; and more than 12,000 Australians are currently on dialysis – many of whom would benefit from a kidney transplant. In this special episode, Michael Billings speaks to two men on the organ waiting list: Andrew Conway, who is wait listed for a donor heart, and Paul Greenwood, who is wait listed for a donor kidney. Diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at the age of 30, Andrew has suffered multiple heart attacks, undergone surgeries for pacemakers, and is now fitted with a device that keeps his heart pumping while he waits for the call that he hopes will change his life. For Paul Greenwood, life changed 13 years ago after a biopsy found he had scarring on his kidneys. A once fit and healthy man, Paul would cycle 30 kilometres a day. Now on dialysis, Paul rarely has enough energy to walk his dog. Paul says, “While dialysis is good, you never feel 100%. It feels like you’re running in third gear all the time. You’re in a haze and some days you’re just getting through.” “I hope that if you put your name down to become a donor, it never happens for you. But maybe if it did, you could help so many people,” he says. “Instead of living in a bit of misery you can have a full, happy life.” More Australians are alive today because of organ and tissue donation. To register to be an organ and tissue donor, visit donatelife.gov.au – it only takes a minute.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ireland turn corner, Murray ends argument (for a while), and Andrew Conway on his uncertain future
The42 Rugby Weekly
Gavan Casey and Garry Doyle are joined in studio by Bernard Jackman to chat Ireland-Wales, England-Ireland and, get this, Grand Slams. Sean Farrell catches up with a very open Andrew Conway who explains why he's uncertain as to whether or not his future lies in Ireland.The future for the English second tier (1:30)Garry picks through Ireland's victory over Wales (7:00)A Welsh under-performance? (12:00)Is this Six Nations already a success for Farrell? (18:15)Conor Murray gets his 8/10 (22:38)Caelan Doris for Twickenham? (25:33)Andrew Conway on meditation and where his future lies (32:20)The lads discuss Conway's contract situation (47:05)The challenge facing Irish women's rugby (54:50)Bernard's players to watch in the U20s (1:04:00)Got a question/suggestion for the lads? Email us at email@example.com.You can also now become a member of The42 to get access to extra episodes of Rugby Weekly.
Ep 1694: Ireland Marry Skill & Passion, Andrew Conway On Tackles, Tap Downs & Tries - 10/02/20
Andrew Conway joins us in studio today, fresh off the back of what was probably his best-ever performance for Ireland on Saturday afternoon against Wales. He tells us about the conscious choice he made not to settle for being a provincial player when his career was faltering, how Joe Schmidt helped in turning his aerial game from being a weakness to a strength, and how he has worked on his mental game.Ireland were confident, skilful and ambitious against Wales, but Shane Horgan thinks the team have a lot more to improve on before we can get too excited. Gerry Thornley believes Farrell’s faith in Conor Murray and Peter O’Mahony has been vindicated, Shane believes we must also look at the opportunity cost.Plus there's Finn Russell’s nuclear option, Beibhinn Parsons tearing it up for Ireland in the Women's 6 Nations, Eddie Jones playing the straight bat and sub-zero post-match interviews.
Clients in Distress: The Other Side of Accounting with Professor Andrew Conway
Accountants On Purpose
This is our first content warning for the Accountants on Purpose podcast, this conversation with Professor Andrew Conway discusses mental health and suicide, if this episode raises any issues for you please seek help, there are contact details for Lifeline and Beyond Blue below. Andrew Conway is a top gun in the field of accounting! He is the CEO of the Institute Of Public Accountants and a Professor at Deakin University and Shanghai University. When it comes to accolades, Andrew has a very long list including being named 2014 Young Executive of The Year by AFR BOSS Magazine and Deakin University Young Alumni of the Year, 2015. Andrew has a sincere passion for the accounting profession and professional education. In this episode we cover: • What has been his career highlight to date and the challenges he met along the way • Becoming the youngest CEO ever appointed to a public entity in Australia • What is the Australian Small Business White Paper • The welfare of clients and how accountants are often the first point of contact for clients in distress And many more! Check out the full episode. [FOOD FOR THOUGHT] • “just take a breath and zoom out and don’t get too far down the rabbit warren” • “family is the routine that is the constant for me” • “the one thing you can’t fake is emotional intelligence” For Crisis Support Please Reach Out To - Lifeline - call 13 11 14 or text 0477 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au Beyond Blue - 1300 22 4636 www.beyondblue.org.au [FOLLOW US] • Our Website • FB Page - You Legal • FB Group - Accountants On Purpose • FB Page - Accountants On Purpose • LinkedIn - Sarah Bartholomeusz • LinkedIn – You Legal • Twitter - Sarah Bartholomeusz • Twitter - You Legal [GUEST SOCIALS] • LinkedIn [ABOUT THE HOST] Sarah Bartholomeusz is the founder of You Legal, an Adelaide-based law firm that provides business leaders with the confidence and certainty they need to make bold decisions within their organisations. You Legal provides top tier consultative legal services to corporate clients, including ASX listed companies.