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Hosted by Tano Santos, the David L. and Elsie M. Dodd Professor of Finance and faculty director of the Heilbrunn Center, in this podcast you will hear from some of the world's greatest investors, their views on the investment management industry, how they developed their investment process and how they see the field changing over time.
Kim Shannon – Value Investing - Bringing it All Together
Today’s conversation is with Kim Shannon, President and Co-Chief Investment Officer at Sionna Investment Managers. Kim founded Sionna Investment Managers in 2002 and has more than 35 years of industry experience, and previously served as the Chief Investment Officer and Senior Vice President at Merrill Lynch Investment Managers Canada. Kim is also a board member with the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, the author of The Value Proposition: Sionna's Common Sense Path to Investment Success, and the recipient of numerous awards, including Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year (2005). Read the show notes from this episode here.
Dan Davidowitz & Jeff Mueller – Compounding with Polen Capital
Tano speaks with Dan Davidowitz and Jeff Mueller of Polen Capital, a firm that is dedicated to researching and analyzing the highest-quality companies around the globe and investing for the long haul and with a business owner’s mindset. Dan is the co-head of the Large Company Growth Team and the lead portfolio manager of the firm’s flagship Focus Growth strategy. Jeff is co-portfolio manager of the Global Growth strategy and earned his MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was a graduate with honors and distinction of the Value Investing Program. Read the show notes from this episode here.
C.T. Fitzpatrick – Value Investing in Times of Deep Disstress
Hear from C.T. Fitzpatrick, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer at Vulcan Value Partners in this week's episode of Value Investing with Legends. C.T. founded Vulcan in 2007 and since then, all five strategies have peer rankings in the top 1% of value managers in their respective categories. Before starting Vulcan Value Partners, C.T. worked as a principal and portfolio manager at Southeastern Asset Management and over his 17-year tenure, his team achieved double-digit returns and was ranked in the top 5% of money managers over five, ten, and twenty-year periods consistently. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Michael Mauboussin – Investing in Times of (the Coronavirus) Crisis
Today’s conversation is with Michael Mauboussin, Head of Consilient Research at Counterpoint Global. Before joining Counterpoint Global, Michael was the Director of Research at BlueMountain Capital Management in New York and previously the Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse and Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management. Michael has also authored several books and has been an adjunct professor of finance at Columbia Business School since 1993, where he is on the faculty of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham and Dodd Investing. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Francisco García Paramés - Value Investing for the Long Term
Listen to Tano Santos speak with Francisco García Paramés, chairman and chief investment officer at Cobas Asset Management, which he founded in 2016. Before founding Cobas, Francisco was with Bestinver for over 25 years. During that time, he built a legendary record and posted an average annual return of 15%, outperforming the reference benchmark by more than 700 basis points. Read the show notes from this episode here.
David Samra - Leveraging Fundamentals to Remain Relevant
Listen to David Samra, founding partner of the Artisan Partners International Value Team, speak about how to leverage fundamentsl to remain relevant. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Bruce Greenwald - Staying on the Right Side of the Trade
Today’s conversation is with Professor Bruce Greenwald, guru to Wall Street’s gurus. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Matthew McLennan - The Power of Selectivity and Patience
Hear from Matt McLennan, head of the Global Value team and a portfolio manager of the Global Value, International Value, US Value and Gold strategies at First Eagle Investment Management, as he discusses the Power of Selectivity and Patience in this episode. Read the full show notes here.
Joel Greenblatt - Investing Off the Beaten Path
Joel Greenblatt, Founder and Managing Partner of Gotham Asset Management discusses investing off the beaten path. Since founding Gotham in 1985, Joel and his partner Robert Goldstein have developed the firm into a large asset management company, well beyond the traditional hedge fund model and offering mutual fund products for the retail investor. Read the show notes from the episode here.
Leon Cooperman '67 - Looking For More For Less
Today’s conversation is with Leon Cooperman, billionaire investor and Chairman and CEO of Omega Advisors. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Ross Glotzbach - The Power and Strength of Experience
In this episode Tano speaks with Ross Glotzbach, the CEO and Head of Research at one of the great names in value investing, Southeastern Asset Management, the firm founded by Mason Hawkins over 40 years ago. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Jenny Wallace '94 - Identifying Value at the Summit
Hear from Jennifer Wallace ’94, a wonderful expositor to the main ideas of value investing, but also a very deep thinker when it comes to the interaction of value investing and the market at large. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Connecting Theory and Practice through the 5x5x5 Student Investment Fund
Tano connects theory and practice talking about the 5x5x5 Student Investment Fund and has a deep discussion about some of the specific stocks in the portfolio with Tom Russo, the master of consumer brand investing, and two of our best students, Jeffrey Johnson '19 and Michael Allison '19. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Taking a Top-Down Approach to Value Investing
Today’s conversation is with international value investor, Jean-Marie Eveillard. As portfolio manager of the Société Générale International Fund, later becoming the First Eagle Global Fund, where he returned an annualized 15% for over 25 years. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Investing with Curiosity
Find out why investor Christopher Davis thinks the extreme disconnect between financial statements and the underlying reality of businesses matters. Chairman of Davis Advisors, Christopher Davis oversees approximately $30 billion of client assets worldwide. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Applying a Fundamental and Value Oriented Approach to Investing
Hear from David Abrams, who was described by the Wall Street Journal as a “one man wealth machine.” David is the CEO and Portfolio Manager of Abrams Capital, an investment firm that he founded in 1999. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Overcoming Biases for Effective Decision Making
Today’s conversation is with one of the finest intellectual investors and academic at heart, Michael Mauboussin. Michael is the Director of Research at BlueMountain Capital Management in New York and was formerly the Head of Global Financial Strategies at Credit Suisse and Chief Investment Strategist at Legg Mason Capital Management. Read the show notes from this episode here.
The All Important Power of Consumer Brands
Hear from the master of consumer brand investing, Tom Russo. Tom is the Managing Member of Gardner Russo & Gardner LLC, Partner at Semper Vic partnerships, and he oversees more than $9 billion through separately managed accounts and Semper Vic partnerships. Tom is also a board member of the Heilbrunn Center for Graham & Dodd Investing at Columbia Business School. Read the show notes from this episode here.
Welcome to Value Investing with Legends
Welcome to Value Investing with Legends! Our first conversation is with the legendary Mario Gabelli, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GAMCO Investors, Inc., the firm he founded in 1977. A 1965 summa cum laude graduate of Fordham University's College of Business Administration, he also holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School, and honorary doctorates from Fordham University and Roger Williams University. Read the show notes from this episode here.