What’s on at Eureka Report this week

Andrew Grech of Slater and Gordon explains 'the ASIC issue' and we roll out the red carpet for Alex Waislitz of Thorney Opportunities fund.

One interview we have been trying hard to get at Eureka Interactive is Andrew Grech, the embattled CEO of legal group Slater and Gordon who has hit all sorts of trouble with the purchase of the services arm at UK lawyers Quindell. Earlier today Alan Kohler finally tracked down Grech in a phone interview which you can listen to here.

Alan’s changing views on Slater and Gordon (a stock he holds in his personal portfolio) are also dealt with in this week’s Inside Line.

One of our top features in our issue today (Monday September 7) is from Mitchell Sneddon who has introduced Perpetual’s LIC to his portfolio – you can catch Mitch speaking with Elizabeth Redman in the studio on Wednesday at noon and he offers his monthly update on the LIC sector.

Also on Wednesday at 11am Alan Kohler is in the studio for a live interactive with the head of Nemex Resources, the scientist and entrepreneur Shanny Dyer – Nemex is a specialist in biometrics.

On Thursday at 11.30am we’ll have the chief executive of Isentia, John Croll, talking live to Alan Kohler. Isentia of course is the company once known as Media Monitors – more recently it has transformed post-ASX listing into a broad-based media company with a strong presence in the ‘hot’ area of social media measurement.

And just by way of a curtain raiser, stand by for next Wednesday September 16 when billionaire investor extraordinaire Alex Waislitz of the Thorney Opportunities fund with be visiting us to talk in the studio live with Mitchell Sneddon. Remember all these sessions are live – as a Eureka Report subscriber you have the exclusive privilege of asking any question you need answered as an investor – or potential investor – in any of these companies.

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