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Italian Financial Adviser
39 minutes | a month ago
Here be dragons!
We discuss Italian economics with Dr Philipp Heimberger, economist at the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies.Philipp Heimberger on Twitter: https://twitter.com/heimbergeconArticle by Philipp Heimberger and Nikolaus Kowall:https://wiiw.ac.at/draghi-government-seven-surprising-facts-about-italy-n-486.htmlThe closing music is “L’iride (Mazurka)”, D. Ciolfi, played by Pasquale (O Rêua) and Pietro Taraffo of the Genoese school See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
36 minutes | 5 months ago
Starting a business in Italy - interview with Andrew Meo
Starting a business may be one of the last reasons why you would consider moving to Italy - but this story of an entrepreneurial New Zealander co-founding a high-end coffee machine manufacturer in Milan shows it can be done. A look back at the history of Rocket Espresso (www.rocket-espresso.com) with co-founder, Andrew Meo. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
43 minutes | 8 months ago
Buying a property in Italy
Buying a property in Italy can be fraught with difficulties, but it needn't be so. In this episode we try to disentangle the difficult parts of the process, so that you can concentrate on the fun parts of finding your dream home in Italy.We interview two experts, one in the field of property consulting, who can help you find the right property at the right price, and another who will illustrate all the legal aspects you need to be aware of.Nikki Taylor is our property expert and can be contacted at: https://www.italy-propertyconsulting.com. Her books can be found on Amazon, under the titles:How to Confidently Buy Property in Italy: Get Your Own Slice of La Dolce VitaLiving the Dream: Australians in ItalyJessica Zama of Buckles Solicitors is our legal expert, whose details you can find here: https://www.buckles-law.co.uk/about/people/jessica-zama/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22 minutes | 10 months ago
Can I trust my trust?
Trusts are a thorny issue for Italian residents, especially if you already had some connection with one before becoming resident in the bel paese. We take a good look at what kind of trusts might be acceptable and also highlight a few potential problems.During the episode, we interview Jessica Zama of Buckles Solicitors, who delves into the difficult (but easily simplified) world of trusts in the context of wills and succession. You can find her details here: https://www.buckles-law.co.uk/about/people/jessica-zama/The overarching message is that you should always consider your affairs from the points of view of all jurisdictions involved. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24 minutes | a year ago
Robert Walker - full interview
Following up from Episode 1 - here is the full interview with Robert Walker, where we discuss many aspects of investing and above all the right attitude to ensure you get the best outcome. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23 minutes | a year ago
How not to be a turkey
This episode explores some basic rules of investment and concentrates on how to make sure that you don't let times of crisis get the better of you.Below is a list of references made during the show:Nassim Taleb “Antifragile”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AntifragileBerkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting 2020https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69rm13iUUgE&t=19568sDaniel Kahneman “Thinking, Fast and Slow” - Kahneman and his research partner Tversky gave us much of the theory that lead to what we now call behavioural finance. This book touches so many aspects of our lives and the way we think that it is difficult to exaggerate its importance.There is much to be discovered here beyond finance.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thinking,_Fast_and_SlowBenjamin Graham “The Intelligent Investor” - the classic text by Warren Buffett’s mentor. Easily accessible to everyone and still full of useful ideas.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Intelligent_InvestorArticle cited by Robert Walkerhttps://www.hl.co.uk/learn/how-not-to-investThe closing music is “L’iride (Mazurka)”, D. Ciolfi, played by Pasquale (O Rêua) and Pietro Taraffo of the Genoese school See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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