Released April 21st, 2022
Henry Ward - Transforming Private Markets
Henry Ward is the co-founder and CEO of Carta. We cover the historic divergence between public and private infrastructure, how Carta aims to provide private market liquidity, and Henry’s views on building an enduring business.
Private Equity
Venture Capital
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Michael Mauboussin - Great Migration Public to Private Equity
A discussion on the shift from public to private investing, the significant changes in capital markets, and the rise of intangible assets.
Marc Andreessen - Making the Future
Marc is a co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz and a Silicon Valley icon. Marc was also an early pioneer of the internet, and at the age of 22 built Mosaic, which was the first widely adopted web browser. We cover how software is making the world better, how slow sectors like education, healthcare, and housing are eating the economy, and Marc’s vision for the future of A16Z.
Mike Krieger - How to Build a Great Product
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger are the co-founders of Instagram. We cover data and machine learning, growth and distribution in startups, and lessons in leadership.
The Future of Private Markets with David Rubenstein & Jeff Blau
A conversation with Rubenstein of Carlyle Group and Blau of Related Companies discussing the future of private equity markets.
Public to Private Equity in the United States: A Long-Term Look
An investigation into how public and private markets have changed over the past 30 years, and what it's meant for asset managers.
How We Raised Our Series A
Carta's pitch deck from their $7mn Series A and what Henry Ward learned from that fundraising experience.
Finally, A Private Stock Exchange
An overview of CartaX's first trading session, which traded $100m of Carta shares and valued the company at $7bn.
The Systems Bible
A succinct exploration of how systems actually work in the real world and if you need to implement a system, some rules of thumb to help.