Building a world with a little more Yum!

In early 2020, David Gibbs took the helm of Yum! Brands, the American fast-food giant that operates well-known brands including KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, to name a few. After rising through Yum!’s ranks over the decades, becoming President and COO before being promoted to CEO in 2020, he was soon face to face with a worldwide pandemic. In this episode, we hear how Yum! and its 51,000 restaurants in 150 countries successfully navigated the global shutdown. (Listening time: 44 mins)

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Why consistency wins the race

When markets are frothy and a myriad of risks confront investors, it’s likely that real returns could be lower in the coming decade compared with the past one. Hamish Douglass discusses why such an environment calls for a portfolio that focuses on lower-risk, high-quality global businesses that can earn attractive, compounded returns in tougher times. (Viewing time: 49 mins)

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    Why consistency wins the race

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    When markets are frothy and a myriad of risks confront investors, it’s likely that real returns could be lower in the coming decade compared with the past one. Hamish Douglass, Magellan’s co-founder and CIO, discusses why such an environment calls for a portfolio that focuses on lower-risk, high-quality global businesses that can earn attractive, compounded returns in tougher times.

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