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GIFA Directors’ Forum: What are the implications of the reemergence of inflation?
30/05/2022 @ 8:00 am - 15/06/2022 @ 8:30 am
GIFA would like to extend an invitation to all Non-Executive and Executive Directors to an interactive discussion with Neil Parker, Market Strategist at NatWest Markets in London.
The forum will take place on Wednesday 15 June 2022 at the offices of PwC and will commence at 08:30 and is expected to finish no later than 9:45am.
Neil will offer his analysis of the current trends influencing the macroeconomic outlook and financial market performance. In particular, he will discuss what the resurgence in inflation means for the global economy, living standards, borrowing costs and FX markets.
He will attempt to address questions such as:
- Are central banks at risk of choking off the recovery?
- Will interest rates bring inflation back under control?
- Will the dollar continue its rally?
- What are the risks from the geopolitical breakdown?
There will also be the opportunity to ask Neil any questions you might have regarding macroeconomic or market trends
As there will be limited availability, this forum will be limited to NEDs and Executive Directors. If you wish to attend please register here.
We politely request that if you register and then are unable to make the event, please advise Mike de Haaff.
About the Speaker
Neil is a London-based Market Strategist specialising in the economies of the G10, interest rate and foreign exchange markets. He offers his thoughts and opinions by regularly speaking at corporate events and seminars, hosting a regular monthly conference call for clients and attending client meetings. Neil is also the leading researcher and writer on all of these subjects for clients, including regular content features such as the FX Week Ahead, Daily FX Commentary, FX Reuters Poll, and ad-hoc commentary around market-moving events.
Neil graduated from University of Essex and holds a BA honours degree in Economics, and a master’s degree in International Economics.
Neil has worked for the Bank since 1995 and been in his current role since 2010. While working for the Bank, he has specialised in UK economic analysis, the US & Euroland economies, and also foreign exchange and interest rate markets. In this capacity, he’s participated in a number of industry seminars / forums as a keynote speaker.
During his career, he has also worked closely with former MPC member Marian Bell on a research project studying inflation trends and interest rates markets. This research lead to the formation of the banking group’s Inflation Swaps trading business in the late 1990s.