Thursday, 10 June
Online webinar, London
Hosted by Danske Bank
The outlook for 2020 from an economic and financial perspective
A lot has happened since the start of 2020, so much even the most skilled author would have struggled to come up with a similar storyline. At the end of 2019, we finally got some clarity on the Brexit process and the UK’s effort to secure global free trade agreements could finally begin to be ramped up. Then Covid-19 emerged and what initially was thought to be a Chinese centred-concern rapidly spiralled into the global pandemic we are all contending with today, and which consequently has caused an unprecedented shock to the global economy.
You are invited to join us for an economic and financial overview of 2020 in light of recent events. We are pleased to be joined by a strong line up from Danske Bank’s global research teams who will share their views and outlook for the economy and financial markets in the UK, and globally, and answer questions from you, the audience.
Allan has worked with global macro and financial markets for more than 20 years and has, over the past five years, had a special focus on China. He has been with Danske Bank since 2007. Over the past two years he has followed the US-China trade war and decoupling of the two superpowers closely and recently undertaken research on the COVID-19 development.
Christin is specialising in the G10 currencies and has quantitative FX models as her primary focus. She holds a PhD in applied econometrics from the University of Copenhagen. Prior to joining Danske Bank she was with the Global Economics research team at Lehman Brothers in London and did research stints at both the Danish central bank and the Bank of England.
Conor is responsible for Danske Bank’s Northern Ireland Quarterly Sectoral Forecasts and Northern Ireland Consumer Confidence Index and is a regular contributor across the Belfast media. He often speaks at business functions and with Danske Bank customers focussing his perspective around the global, UK and Northern Ireland economies. More recently he has been sharing his insights on the economic impacts of Covid-19 and Brexit.
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