Franklin Templeton CEO Jenny Johnson loves rollerblading and pickleball


(Bloomberg Markets) – Jenny Johnson, CEO of Franklin Templeton, is expanding the 75-year-old investment firm into areas such as wealth management and alternative assets. Here, she divulges some off-duty habits and preferences to Bloomberg TV’s Francine Lacqua, co-anchor of Bloomberg Monitoring and host of Leaders with Lacqua.

What is your morning routine?

Let the dogs out, make some coffee, go back to bed and check your emails and read the papers.

What is your typical workout?

Lately, it’s rollerblading.

What have you tried for the first time recently?

Pickleball.

Who is your favorite new emerging musical artist?

My daughter, Mary Bolt.

What is your favorite means of transport?

Bicycle.

What is the best book you have read recently?

The code breaker by Walter Isaacson.

What’s the best show you’ve watched recently?

Yellowstone.

What is your favorite vacation spot?

My ranch in Montana.

Which living or historical person do you really admire?

Benjamin Franklin.

What is the best advice you have received?

Perseverance is almighty.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever given?

Everyone falls. The difference between success and failure is whether you can dust yourself off and try again!

If you were 20 years old, what job would you go into?

Build a business by leveraging the blockchain ecosystem.

What is your favorite city?

New Orleans.

What is your favorite museum or artist?

The National World War II Museum in New Orleans. The artist is Monet.

To contact the author of this story:
Francine Lacqua in London at [email protected]

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