MARKET WATCH LIVE: AFTER THE PLUNGE, WHAT'S NEXT?
19 May 2022 | 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. (SGT)
Recent market volatility is turning into a full rout, with indiscriminate selling across a wide range of assets and all sectors as the outlook for global growth deteriorates even as inflation remains high, pressuring the US Federal Reserve to tighten monetary policy aggressively.
Are we near a market bottom? Is the world headed into a recession?
Please join our live webinar with Eli Lee, Head of Investment Strategy, and Conrad Tan, Investment Strategist, to hear our latest views on the path ahead for financial markets in the coming months.
Eli Lee is Head of Investment Strategy at Bank of Singapore and he plays a central role in developing asset allocation and thematic strategies across global asset classes for the Bank.
He is a key member of Bank of Singapore’s investment committee, which determines the Group’s overall investment strategy and direction, and serves as a member of the OCBC Group Wealth Panel. He also previously led the Special Situations Research team at OCBC Investment Research. As an investment thought leader, Eli’s independent perspectives are often sought after by international media, including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and CNBC.
With close to two decades of industry experience, Eli began his investment career at the Wellington Management Company in Boston. He graduated from Harvard University with an MA in statistics.
Conrad Tan is Investment Strategist at Bank of Singapore, where he develops global asset allocation and thematic investment strategies across all major asset classes for the Bank, with a strong focus on ESG and sustainable investments. His thought leadership research on key ESG developments has been published in the media.
Before joining the banking industry, he worked as a financial journalist for seven years.
Conrad graduated with an MSc in Risk and Stochastics from the London School of Economics in the UK. He holds a BSc in Actuarial Science (First Class Honours), also from the London School of Economics, and has a Sustainable Finance certification from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).