Billionaire Jonathan Gray: Future of Blackstone, Investment Strategy and Growth (2018)

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An interview with billionaire president and COO of Blackstone, Jonathan Gray. In this interview, Jonathan discusses the future of Blackstone and the new investment strategies it is implementing. Jonathan also talks about scaling and the economy.

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
0:23 While reveal so much about your strategy?
1:24 Better quality earning?
2:03 Why is it important to be the biggest?
3:51 Risk of being so large?
5:42 4 horseman in alternative investing?
8:05 Collision course with Blackrock?
8:57 One trillion under management?
10:50 Importance of permanent capital?
12:10 Growth?
13:03 Capital Markets?
13:41 Debt given to the street?
14:16 How would you price it?
14:30 Do what TPG does?
15:14 New funds?
16:01 Leasing?
16:36 Quants?
17:25 What economic signals are you getting?
18:17 Europe?
18:51 Why don’t you do what WeWork does?
19:31 Are you raising funds to take advantage of Trump’s tax cuts?

Interview Date: 24th September, 2018
Event: Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas
Original Image Source:http://bit.ly/JGrayPic4

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