In the third part of the PFI Talks series, we will introduce Kateřina Zychová – the founder and CEO of Verdi Capital Group. You will find out what she thinks about the tactical asset allocation and where she sees potential growth spaces. The discussion also deals with individual factors that will affect the rate of recovery of stock markets, as well as the issue of investing in cyclical stocks. You can find the full video of the whole conversation conducted in the Czech language below or in your favorite podcast application. Here you will also find a short bonus video with questions from Leoš Rousek in English.
Interview in Czech language
Shorter interview in English language
Kateřina Zychová – Founder and CEO /Verdi Capital Group/
Kateřina is Verdi Capital’s founder and CEO and Chairman Of the Board of Green Horizon Renewables, the renewable fund. Prior to founding Verdi she worked at several investment houses on Wall Street and in the City of London, including JP Morgan, Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs. During her career in finance, she focused on capital markets transactions for both corporate clients and governments of developing countries. She also specialized in structured finance and acquisition financing for private equity groups. Kateřina is a member of ‘100 Women in Hedge Funds‘ and a Supervisory board member of the Charity ‘Lets Give Children a Chance‘. Katerina holds an MBA degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in the US.