Ethical Investing Can Be Fun
Yarning with Johny Mair, one of those rare beasts – an actual self-made man. An Australian ex-pat who went from casual labor in Brisbane for six dollars an hour to banking and investment magic in the US. He’s the co-founder at Ethic – Sustainable & Impact Investing. I’m often rolling my eyes at the idea of sustainable finance gurus, but not this time. We yarn up about billionaires in space, our cold takes on Gamestop, and whether shareholder-centric market ideologies can be used to leverage change in the world. And Johny catches me stealing a joke from Bill Burr.