How Do Women and Immigrants Get Access To Capital Markets


How Do Women and Immigrants Get Access To Capital Markets

What does it mean to be an emerging manager in today's world? Why is it so hard for women and immigrants to get access to capital markets? Isn't the American dream still attracting immigrants? You might be surprised at some of the answers we discuss on the show today. Fortunately America is still attracting talent, but not like it used to. Join us this week as we peek into the underbelly of America's capital markets.

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Today's Guest:  Michael Davis

Mike Davis, the founding partner of Olive Tree Ridge, a Private Equity firm and Investment bank that specializes in working with women and immigrant-founded businesses, is a seasoned technologist and serial entrepreneur that has founded 13 startups, most of which were in the financial services or e-commerce space. He is a strong economist, clearly understanding the market state and its influence on the economy.

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