17/02/2022

Money Maze Podcast, with Gavyn Davies

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In this Money Maze Podcast, our Chairman, Gavyn Davies, discusses why the inflationary pressures of today aren’t quite comparable to the 1970s (when he acted as an adviser to the Labour governments of Harold Wilson and Jim Callaghan).

 

Other topics included:

  • Reflections on his time spearheading the expansion of Goldman Sachs in the 1980s
  • The value of the BBC in an age of misinformation, and how it’s under threat
  • Why public debt is now a more pressing challenge than inflation
  • An evaluation of investing in private equity, venture capital and hedge funds in 2022

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