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Below you can find a selection of some of my TV appearances over the years. Bloomberg Terminal users can also find a collection of some of my previous interviews on archive.

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How to Succeed in Finance Part 4
The concluding chapter of my lecture to the new cohort of the MS Finance programme at IUM. The speech concludes with a discussion about roles in finance, and finding unique ways to sell yourself.

 

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How to Succeed in Finance Part 3

In this video, we talk about what makes finance so special, why it needs regulation and what the post crisis industry will look like.

 

 
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How to Succeed in Finance Part 2
In part 2, we talk about the challenge of surviving the financial crisis, and how it has changed the experience of working in finance.

 

 

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How to Succeed in Finance Part 1
The introduction to my speech on day 1 of the MS Finance program at the International University of Monaco. Get Motivated for finance!

 

 

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Moscow Notebook, 5 August 2013
http://jamesbeadle.me/moscow-notebook-video-edition/
Discussing the economic slowdown and Moscow Mayoral election.

 

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Fund Forum Asia, 4 June 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-pXKizu9Xs
Talking about progress in Russia beyond the macro headlines.

 

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CNBC Interview, 6 July 2009
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=1173226371
Russia-US Reset. Business likely to remain cautious.

 

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CNBC Interview, 18 May 2009
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=1127770040
Russia’s dependence on global commodities prices.

 

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CNBC Interview, 9 March 2009
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=1056749635
Russia begins to stabilise, prospects for Medvedev’s presidency.

 

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CNBC Interview, 17 November 2008
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=930518149
Prospects for a recession post-Lehman. 

 

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CNBC Interview, 18 September 2008
http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=859738452
First day of Micex closure during the darkest days of the global crisis.