On Tuesday February 17th, Mr. Paul Donovan, Managing Director and Global Economist with UBS will present his global outlook 2015.
2015: Global growth is generally improving but remains divergent – what does this mean for the world?
Central bank policy has become more complex and more conflicted. How should investors react?
Should we be more worried about inflation or deflation?
Must we rely on the US to pull the world economy forwards, or is there another locomotive out there?
These are the topics Paul will address during his conference.
Paul Donovan, Global Economist, UBS Investment Bank joined UBS in 1992. Paul is responsible for formulating and presenting the UBS Investment Research global economic view, drawing on the bank’s world-wide resources. Paul co-authors the Global Economic Perspectives publication with other members of the Global Economics team and writes Global Economic Specials that focus on key topics of interest to investors. Paul regularly appears on CNN, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC television stations. Paul took a degree and was a scholar in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University. He is a senior member and Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford. He holds an MSc in Financial Economics from the University of London. He is a cofounder of the Peter Culverhouse Memorial Trust, a charitable fund that raises money for cancer research and patient care, and an economic adviser to the East London Business Alliance.