Torsten Slok, Chief Economist at Deutsche Bank Securities, shared an analysis of the outlook for the global economy and financial markets.
Policymakers are trying to flatten the virus curve and the economic recession curve while restoring calm to financial markets. Where are we against these three priorities, and what is the outlook for the US, Europe, Japan, and Emerging Markets?
Guest speaker, Torsten Slok, Chief Economist, DB Securities, joined us to discuss the shape of the recovery and analyze the factors that will result in slower or faster economic growth over the coming quarters.
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Torsten Slok is Chief Economist and Managing Director at Deutsche Bank Securities in New York. He joined Deutsche Bank Securities in the fall of 2005, and his team has been top-ranked by Institutional Investor in fixed income and equities since 2010, including #1 in 2019. Prior to joining the firm, he worked at the OECD in Paris and the IMF in Washington DC.
Rick Scanlon is a founding partner at Innovation Endeavors, a venture capital firm co-founded by Eric Schmidt. During his career, Rick has been a lead investor in numerous category leading and disruptive companies including AirAsia (IPO), Yext (IPO), Datorama (acquired by Salesforce), Youku-Tudou (IPO then acquired by Alibaba), Tufin (IPO), Dynamic Yield (acquired by McDonalds), Baozun (IPO), and Belle International (IPO). Currently, Rick is a lead investor and serves on the boards of Taboola, AlphaSense, TuneIn, Vertical Knowledge, and Tubular Labs among other companies.
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