Episode 2, I DID IT MY WAY A Podcast Interview with Andrew Pridham, CEO, Moelis Australia by NAOS Asset Management
December 14, 2018
"The one thing that all good businesses have is good people, a really clear vision of what they want to achieve and they are not worried by short term volatility, they have a plan and they stick to it."
Andrew Pridham, CEO of Moelis Australia
I Did it My Way a podcast series by NAOS Asset Management interviews business leaders who have had great success in their field. We find out the key ingredients to running a good business, how to handle failure and the lessons they have learned along the way.
Andrew Pridham has had an incredible career in investment banking, rising through the ranks at UBS in his early years, he is currently the CEO of Moelis Australia as well as Chairman of the highly successful AFL team, The Sydney Swans.
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