[VIDEO] Interview with Future Generation Global Investment Company (FGG) Co-CEO, Louise Walsh

In a follow-up to the interview with FGG Co-CEO Chris Donohoe, today we’re excited to share with you an interview with the philanthropic half of this half-a-billion dollar IPO, Louise Walsh.

One of the great benefits of the FGG investment opportunity is not simply its exposure to great fund managers and its charitable mandate, but knowing that the 1% annual donation is being managed by someone who has the experience to ensure it goes to those most in need. Formerly CEO of Philanthropy Australia, Louise is an iconic source of philanthropic intellectual property in Australia and is the reason why FGG will be able to help charities that experience the largest gaps when it comes to government funding and have the potential to make the biggest societal impact.

 We hope you enjoy the interview and urge you to get your applications in for this IPO before the broker firm offer expires in just three weeks. This is still enough time to open an account and have the broker fees donated to charity on behalf of Rivkin and its broking partner, CMC Markets Stockbroking. Please click here to get in touch if you’d like to be involved.

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