Billionaire Kenneth Griffin: The Power of Capitalism, Financial Markets and Competitiveness (2019)

An interview with billionaire CEO of Citadel, Kenneth Griffin. In this interview, Kenneth discusses the power of capitalism and the destructive force of socialism. Kenneth also talks about changes in the financial markets, AI and how nations can stay competitive.

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
0:54 Why are younger generation losing faith in the free enterprise system?
4:40 Current business climate and the economy?
6:38 Opportunity zones?
7:26 Insight for restructuring Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?
12:37 Millennials embrace of socialism?
17:10 Financial markets and liquidity today?
19:28 Financial markets are in a position where the government can withdraw?
23:07 Why has the financial community not changed Europe faster?
25:01 Do you see a change in the desire to be a public company and how does this affect the market?
28:10 Do you envision Citadel to ever be a public company?
30:26 Why are you better at making tough decisions?
35:38 The role of AI in your business?
37:02 Where do you see American competitiveness?
39:38 What did your analysis on early child education show you?
41:45 Modern Monetary theory?
43:57 Advice to young people?
46:55 Reason for giving to higher education?

Interview Date: 30th April, 2019
Event: MiGlobal
Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/KGriffinPic6

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