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Through conversations with investors, founders, and experts, the Portico Podcast explores the landscape of private markets in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America.

Our main objective with the podcast is to educate listeners about long-term investment and business-building in markets that are home to 85% of the world’s population and generate 60% of global GDP (on a PPP basis).

But we’re also trying to give listeners access to a broader, more diverse universe of players than one frequently hears on podcasts and in ‘developed’ markets.

If you have any feedback or ideas that you’d like us to explore, please drop us a line at podcast@porticoadvisers.com.

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Listen to Recent Episodes

Ep. 4: The Rise of Kleptocracy The Portico Podcast

An interview with Tom Burgis, investigations correspondent at the Financial Times, and author of Kleptopia and The Looting Machine
  1. Ep. 4: The Rise of Kleptocracy
  2. Ep. 3: Fintech & Financial Inclusion
  3. Ep. 2: Private Equity & Development
  4. Ep. 1: Early-stage VC in Africa
  5. Intro — What is the Portico Podcast and why should you listen to it?

Episode List

Ep. 4 — The Rise of Kleptocracy with Tom Burgis (Financial Times)

Ep. 3 — Fintech & Financial Inclusion with Monica Brand Engel (Quona Capital)

Ep. 2 — Private Equity & Development with Roger Leeds

Ep. 1 — Early-stage VC in Africa with Aniko Szigetvari and Ik Kanu (Atlantica Ventures)

Intro — What is the Portico Podcast and why should you listen to it?


Disclaimer: The discussions in the Portico Podcast are for informational purposes only. Neither Portico Advisers, LLC, nor its guests plan to update this material, and the opinions and conclusions mentioned may change without notice. Neither Portico Advisers, LLC nor its guests make any warranty that the information in this podcast is error-free, omission-free, complete, accurate, or reliable. Nothing contained in this podcast should be construed as legal, tax, securities, or investment advice.