I did it my way: Michael Heine on building Netwealth

'I Did it My Way' is a podcast series by NAOS Asset Management in which we interview 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.

Michael Heine, founder of Netwealth has had an incredible business career to date. Starting in his father's commodity trading business at an early age, he then went on to build a fund's management business called Heine Brothers which was sold to Mercantile Mutual. In 1999, he co-founded Netwealth with his son Matt which is an ASX listed company (ASX: NWL) and has a market capitalisation of approximately $2 billion.

Tune in for our for our debut episode of 'I Did It My Way' with Michael Heine by clicking here

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