Date: Friday, 30th October 2020
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM AEDT
Location: Online via Zoom
Please join us to hear from Phillip Colmar, Partner, Global Strategy at Macro Research (MRB) Partners and CFA Society Melbourne board member Louise Farmakis, CFA as they discuss the following:
- Can global policymakers build a durable bridge over the deep economic valley?
- What will be the long-term inflationary consequences?
- Which asset classes will win/lose in this environment?
- What role do bonds now play in multi-asset portfolios?
- Which equity markets offer the greatest opportunity, and which are most vulnerable?
- What are the implications for currencies and commodities?
About The Speaker
Phillip Colmar is a founding partner of Macro Research Board (MRB) Partners. He has extensive experience, both as a strategist and economist. Mr. Colmar focuses on global multi-asset investment strategy, trading opportunities, and financial market risks. His expertise is in identifying and developing macro and investment themes. Mr. Colmar speaks at conferences, seminars and client meetings.
Over his career, Mr. Colmar has covered all major global asset classes and has developed comprehensive frameworks, models, and indicators. Prior to forming MRB, he was the Head of both the Daily Insights and Global Fixed Income Strategy services at BCA Research Inc.
Mr. Colmar has an MSc. in Finance from Queen’s University, as well as a B.A. in Economics and a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from Bishop’s University.
CFA Societies Australia has determined that this program qualifies for 1 Professional Learning credit hour under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program. If you are a CFA Institute member, login to your profile to record your CE credit for your participation in this presentation.