Executive Conference

Finance/Trading/Risk Management Geopolitics/Energy Policy/Economics

The Outlook for the Global Economy: A reversion to trend growth—or worse?

Monday, March 11

07:30 pm - 09:00 pm

Growth is slowing everywhere in the global economy this year—and will likely slow even more next year. This increases the vulnerability to a shock and means that the risks of a recession will rise in 2020 and 2021. What could trigger such a recession? What policies, if any, do the world’s key economies have to fight the next downturn? Are political and policy uncertainty part of the problem?

Session Speakers
  • Nariman Behravesh

    Chief Economist

    IHS Markit

  • Antony Phillipson

    British Consulate General New York

    Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner (HMTC) for North America

  • Kairat Kelimbetov

    Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC)

    Governor

  • Joel Prakken

    IHS Markit

    Chief US Economist and co-head of US Economics, Macroeconomic Advisers

  • Eirik Wærness

    Equinor

    Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, and Head of Strategy MMP