From geopolitics and macroeconomics, to the investment outlook and next generational leadership, learn more about what our prominent thought leaders and wealth experts shared at The Next Inflection Point event.

2020 has been a year of upheaval. Conditions that once spurred growth have come under threat. The status quo has given way to a new normal, driven in part by the unrivalled migration to digital technologies. How will geopolitics and the structural shifts we see today change the way we manage wealth, allocate capital, and invest for the future?

Bank of Singapore & OCBC Premier Private Client jointly present The Next Inflection Point.

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Keynote: The Next Inflection Point

While the world is still reeling from the impact of the global pandemic, it is yet to face its next inflection point. Singapore’ s Former Minister of Foreign Affairs George Yeo and OCBC Group’s Chief Executive Officer Samuel Tsien discuss globalisation, the emergence of China, leadership today, and Singapore’ s role in ASEAN.

Managing Risks in a Volatile Market

As legendary investor Benjamin Graham said, “ The essence of investment is the management of risks, not the management of returns” . In this pandemic-scarred environment of high market volatility and uncertainty, our Head of Investment Strategy Eli Lee, Head of Fixed Income Research Todd Schubert, and Vasu Menon from OCBC Bank’s Investment Strategy share more on how to adopt a well-designed asset allocation and investment strategy to enhance portfolio resilience and preserve wealth for the long term.

Liquidity versus Fundamentals, Who Wins?

Is the 2020 performance in global equity markets led by growth sectors driven by liquidity or fundamentals? Which key trends and drivers will persist beyond 2020? Which markets and sectors will successfully thrive beyond the new normal?

Our Head of Portfolio Management & Research Office Jean Chia, Head of OCBC Investment Research Carmen Lee, and Chief Investment Officer at Lion Global Investors Teo Joo Wah take a comprehensive look.

A New Generation, A New World

Today’ s business environment is one of the most disruptive and complex in decades.  The next generation of leaders will need to be dynamic and agile. How are Next Generation business owners transforming their business models to remain relevant and ahead of the game? What are the key challenges they face amid these unprecedented times and what is their strategy for navigating through these uncertainties?

Three prominent Next Generation leaders - Adrian Cheng, CEO of New World Development & Founder of K11, Joe Lee, Co-Founder of Kuaidi Group & Co-chair, Enroute Foundation and Vikram Hora, CEO of YTY – share their perspectives with OCBC Bank’s Chief Operating Officer Ching Wei Hong in “ A New Generation, A New World” .

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