Mark to Market
Level-setting conversation on market cycles today, with Mark Fedorcik
7 December 2022
Mark to Market: Linda Yaccarino, Chairman, Global Advertising & Partnerships at NBC Universal gives her thoughts on delivering a one-firm approach within a large organization to improve the client experience.
Linda discusses how creating an inspiring vision can help deliver change, and how the importance of diversity helps NBC Universal build and maintain strong connections with colleagues, audiences and clients
2 November 2022
Mark to Market: Kathy Mikells, CFO, ExxonMobil, gives her thoughts on the diversified nature of ExxonMobil's business and meeting its net zero emissions goals.
This “Mark to Market” podcast features Mark's conversation with Kathy Mikells, CFO, ExxonMobil, where they discussed the scale of ExxonMobil’s diversified business, its ambitions to meet its net zero emissions goals by 2050 and its focus on helping other corporates achieve their own emission targets.
Kathy discusses how the company mobilized its workforce to get firmly behind its long-term ESG agenda, in order to understand the value that ExxonMobil provides to clients through its energy and chemicals business.
There are more insightful podcasts to come in the “Mark to Market” series from Deutsche Bank, which we look forward to sharing over the next weeks and months.
13 September 2022
Mark to Market: Jim Fitterling gives his reflections on his business, his career and his outlook on life
This month's "Mark to Market" features Jim Fitterling's thoughts and experiences on sustainable innovation, creating an inclusive culture, coming out as an-openly gay CEO and empowering people to have the courage to do the same in order to bring their whole selves to work.
20 April 2022
Mark to Market: Marc Rowan on the importance of culture, dealing with complexity in any company and key lessons learned from successfully repositioning a global business.
In the first “Mark to Market” of 2021, we start with a conversation with Marc Rowan, CEO and Co-Founder of Apollo Global Management, discussing the importance of culture, dealing with complexity in any company and key lessons learned from successfully repositioning a global business.
15 December 2021
Mark to Market: Belen Garijo on developing a new career path, lessons learned from the evolving pandemic and insights for starting your career. Stephen Schwarzman on culture, investment decision-making and perseverance
In the final “Mark to Market” of 2021, we end on a high note with Belen Garijo, former physician and now Chair of the Executive Board and CEO of Merck KGaA, unpacking the skills that helped her change career trajectory, the lessons learned from the pandemic (so far!), and fostering increased diversity in her business. Belen also shares insights invaluable for those starting off their careers.
15 December 2021
Mark to Market: Stephen Schwarzman on culture, investment decision-making and perseverance
In the latest “Mark to Market” podcast, I’m joined by the one and only Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder of @Blackstone. Listen in for Stephen’s invaluable thoughts on building and sustaining an inclusive and empowered culture, his lessons on investment decision-making, and how to keep persevering through difficult times until you have achieved your career objectives.
22 September 2021
Mark to Market - Ajay Banga on diversity, inclusion and markets
As we push through to the end of the year, I’m delighted to share my “Mark to Market” podcast from July with Ajay Banga, Executive Chair of the Board, Mastercard, a leading global technology company in the payments industry. We discussed his priorities on social and financial inclusion, social development issues, the importance of diversity and his role in helping Mastercard to deliver such strong financial performance. There are more insightful podcasts to follow in the “Mark to Market” series, which I look forward to sharing over the next weeks and months.
13 July 2021
Mark to Market - Jill Woodworth on interactive technology and the future of fitness
Jill Woodworth, Chief Financial Officer of Peloton, the global interactive fitness platform, speaks to Mark Fedorcik, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Investment Bank, about how Peloton fosters community, how interactive technology differentiates the company and the future of fitness in the digital age. Jill also gives some thoughts from her distinguished career in investment banking prior to joining Peloton and her insight for bankers looking for the best way to serve their clients.
2 July 2021
David M. Rubenstein On Market Cycles Today
David M. Rubenstein, Co-founder and Co-Chairman of The Carlyle Group, and best-selling author of How to Lead speaks to Mark Fedorcik, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Investment Bank, about the many forms of leadership, building a successful business, establishing long-standing partnerships and taking advantage of new opportunities to grow and develop your career.
7 May 2021
Mark to Market: Howard Marks on the future of cryptocurrencies
Howard Marks, Co-chairman and Co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management and best-selling author of The Most Important Thing and Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting the Odds On Your Side, speaks to Mark Fedorcik, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Investment Bank, about the best fixed income investments, the future of cryptocurrencies and ESG, and advice for young professionals.
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