The Economic Impact of COVID-19 & The Impact on Markets
July 28, 2020: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Virtual
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As uncertainly about COVID-19 persists, financial markets around the world have staggered. The global economic damage is already evident and represents the largest economic shock the world has experienced in decades. Governments continue to support the economic recovery and asset prices via an unprecedented amount of liquidity and fiscal stimulus. There is much uncertainty and many questions.
Join CFA Society Washington, DC during this informative webcast as our speakers offer their perspectives on what must happen for the global economy to return to ‘normal’, what shape of economic recovery will the U.S. experience (swoosh-shaped, V-shaped, W-shaped), what are the longer-term expectations for interest rates and GDP growth, what activities may never return, which aspects of the “new normal” will become permanent and much more.
Katie Kolchin, CFA
Director of Research, SIFMA
Ms. Kolchin is an experienced global equity research analyst, with a unique background focused on market infrastructure and capital markets more generally.
M. Ayhan Kose, PhD
Director, Prospects Group, Equitable Growth, Finance, and Institutions, World Bank Group
Ayhan Kose is Director of the World Bank Group’s Prospects Group. In this capacity, he leads the Bank’s work on global macroeconomic outlook, financial flows, and commodity markets.
David Lefkowitz, CFA
Head of Equities Americas, UBS Global Wealth Management
David is Head of Equities Americas in CIO Global Wealth Management. He has 25 years of experience as an equity analyst, portfolio manager, and strategist.
Camille Alexander, CFA
Regional President in Washington, DC, BNY Mellon Wealth Management
Camille is the Regional President for BNY Mellon. In this role, Camille oversees all aspects of Wealth Management product portfolio and client relationship management in the DC Region.
- CFA Institute PL Credit Hour(s): 1 Credit
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