Tomorrow's Capital

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The journey through economic history is filled with stories from leaders and innovators who have attempted to answer the question: Are we there yet? In this new podcast series from Nasdaq, we interview the pioneers paving the way for Tomorrow’s Capital, listen to their insights and discuss the path forward in economic progress. In this ongoing series, we will bring to you thought leaders, influencers and industry titans who have made their unique mark on our current economic landscape.

Episode Date
Tomorrow's Capital (EP08): Developing a Culture of Innovation & Entrepreneurialism
25:32

In this episode, Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman talks with Gallup Chairman and CEO Jim Clifton about the state of entrepreneurship in the U.S., how to engage millennials and Gen-Z and common strengths in successful entrepreneurs. With this installment, we conclude season one of Tomorrow’s Capital. Thank you for joining us and we look forward to having you back for Season 2!

Aug 01, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP07): Unlocking Sources of Environmental Capital
31:58

In this episode, Nasdaq VP of Investor Relations, Ed Ditmire talks with CEO of The Nature Conservancy Mark Tercek about how he’s turning more than 20 years of investment banking experience on its head by leveraging traditional Wall Street strategies to serve a new end: natural conservation targets. He is the author of the Washington Post and Publisher’s Weekly bestselling book Nature’s Fortune: How Business and Society Thrive by Investing in Nature. 

Jul 23, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP06): Future of Fintech
23:27

In this week’s podcast, we cover the trends from the CB Insights’ Future of Fintech conference. The event brings together the world’s largest financial institutions to discuss everything from artificial intelligence to how millennials are impacting the banking industry. In this episode, you will hear Anna Gonzalez, Head of Social Media and Executive Producer of Tomorrow’s Capital, in conversation with Jean-Jacques Louis, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Nasdaq.

Jul 16, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP05): Cathie Wood
22:38

Ark Invest serves as bridge between innovation centers and entrepreneurs. In this episode of Tomorrow’s Capital, the firm’s CEO Cathie Wood joins Nasdaq Stock Exchange President Nelson Griggs for a discussion on the disruptive technologies that will be driving the economy in the years to come.  

Jul 09, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP04): Don Tapscott
25:34

In our latest episode, blockchain expert, thought leader and co-founder of the Blockchain Research Institute Don Tapscott talks with Global Markets Reporter, Jill Malandrino about blockchain's implication in diverse sectors from finance to data privacy.

 

Jun 25, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP03): Ben Hecht
27:11

In this episode, Michael Ptasznik, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Nasdaq talks with Ben Hecht, President & CEO of Living Cities. They discuss impact investing and address how governments and stock exchanges alike can connect low income people to the economic mainstream.

Jun 18, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP02): Mary Schapiro
26:17

 In this episode, Former SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro shares with Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman an inside look at how the agency created new market regulations after the 2008 financial crisis and whether the financial system is more or less resilient today.

Jun 09, 2018
Tomorrow's Capital (EP01): Larry Summers
32:29

In our inaugural episode of #TomorrowsCapital, former US Treasury Secretary Larry Summers discusses with me areas of growth and concern for the U.S. economy. Summers previously served as Director of The White House National Economic Council during the Obama Administration. He currently serves as Charles W. Eliot University professor and president emeritus at Harvard University and played a critical role in our economic history.

Jun 01, 2018