31Oct 2016

“Conker’s Corner” speaking with Robin Powell

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Welcome to the 31st SHARETALK’s CONKERS’ CORNER. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with the award winning journalist and broadcaster @RobinJPowell Robin Powell. Robin is also an active campaigner for positive change in the investing industry.
Robin Powell was a TV reporter, producer and presenter for more than 20 years, working for Sky News, ITV and for The Sunday Politics on BBC 1. He reported from locations including Baghdad, Soweto and Guantanamo Bay, and made award-winning documentaries on the Holocaust and on Britain’s Romany Gypsy community.
He is the founder of Regis Media, which provides niche content and social media management for growing fiduciary businesses. For three years he was a consultant to Sensible Investing TV, for whom he produced and presented the highly acclaimed online documentary How to Win the Loser’s Game. He also works as a brand journalist and content marketing consultant for advisers in Europe, North America and Australasia.
Robin is a member of the Chartered Institute of Journalists and was a Visiting Media Fellow at Duke University in North Carolina.
A former intern on Capitol Hill, Robin has supported a number of lost political causes over the years, and a few sporting ones, including Aston Villa Football Club and the England cricket team.
Robin’s evidenced based research is sought after globally as he is a recognised specialist on the subject. Listen now to gain insights into how Robin’s invests and learn from the lessons in his successful, insightful investing journey and the benefits of evidence-based investing. #LEARNING #EVIDENCE-BASED #LONGTERM #INVESTING
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