Episode #257: Marc Levine, “A Lot Of Instances, If You May Simply Make Fewer Unhealthy Selections…That’s How You Win”
Visitor: Marc Levine is the previous chairman of the Illinois State Board of Funding. He was a pioneer within the asset-backed securities business with transactions together with the first-ever securitization of valuable metals. Marc was the founding principal of Chicago Asset Funding LLC, a AAA-rated structured finance funding agency that in 2009 was one of many market’s largest buyers in junior collateralized mortgage obligations. Previous to that Marc ran related automobiles for ABN AMRO and Continental Financial institution in Chicago and started his profession in auditing and consulting at KPMG.
Date Recorded: 9/23/2020
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Abstract: In episode 257 we welcome our visitor, Marc Levine. In as we speak’s episode, we’re approaching investing from the institutional, pension aspect of issues.
We speak to Marc about his function at ISBI. When he was there, there have been 80 or so hedge funds within the portfolio. He discusses the temper within the boardroom when he made the choice to fireside the overwhelming majority of them and index the portfolio as a substitute.
We get into his attention-grabbing mind-set of buyers within the context of a ‘Tribal’ mannequin, and why he feels buyers ought to honor all four tribes. We even get his ideas on 13F investing.
All this and extra in episode 257 with Marc Levine.
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