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Octane Capital on FIBA TV

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Posted on Oct 25, 2019 | in In the news

This interesting interview sees Jonathan Samuels, Octane Capital CEO discuss recent trends and developments in the industry and why transparency is such a key part of these changes with Adam Tyler, FIBA Executive Chairman on FIBA TV.

Short of time?

Watch the key snippets below including Jonathan's views on default rates, how he sees the industry evolving and its growth in the coming years.

If you have more time (approximately 8.5 minute watch) why not watch the full interview in the last video.


Octane default rates snippet Octane industry growth snippet

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