Forecast Asia | S&P Global 2018 OutlookVIEW EVENT DETAILS
with Dr Paul Gruenwald, Managing Director and Chief Economist (Asia-Pacific), S&P Global
Asia Society Australia Members and GEN A are invited to join us this Forecast Asia briefing with Dr Paul Gruenwald, Managing Director and Chief Economist (Asia-Pacific), S&P Global on 21 November at 8am in Sydney.
With China's economic reform agenda in focus, geopolitical fragility and uncertainty about the global trade, this briefing is essential for Australia's business and policy leaders watching and engaging with Asia.
Time: 8:00 am for 8:15 start, concludes 9:15 am
Date: Tuesday 21 November 2017
Venue: S&P Global Ratings, Level 22, 400 George Street Sydney
Light refreshments will be served
About about speaker
Dr Paul Gruenwald is the Chief Economist of Asia-Pacific at S&P Global Ratings Inc. since March 2013. He leads the economic research agenda and serves as the primary spokesperson on macro-economic matters across the region. Dr. Gruenwald served for five years at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) as Chief Economist, Asia-Pacific. He was responsible for helping set and direct ANZ’s Asian and global economic research agenda, as well as building the bank’s economic research efforts and profile in Asia. Previously, Dr. Gruenwald worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for nearly 16 years, where he led the team producing the IMF’s Asian regional outlook reports. He was also the IMF Resident Representative to Hong Kong and Korea, the Deputy Chief of the China Division, and the country desk officer for Australia. Dr. Gruenwald taught at Spain’s Universidad Carlos III in Madrid. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Texas.
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S&P Global Ratings, Level 22, 400 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000