Global Economic Update with Citi’s Global Chief Economist Catherine Mann
AmCham Denmark is pleased to invite our members to an exclusive session with Citi’s Global Chief Economist Catherine Mann, hosted by our Nordic colleague AmCham Sweden.
In an April World Economic Outlook Report presented by the International Monetary Fund, the global economy is projected to contract sharply – by 3% – in 2020. This is much worse than the 2008-2009 financial crisis. Which brings to mind a myriad of questions for businesses and households alike, such as:
- “What policies could forestall the possibility of even worse outcomes?”
- “Are there financial market measures that should be taken now?”
- “How essential is strong international cooperation during the crisis?”
Fortunately, within the AmCham Sweden network, there are experts who can provide us with advice and best practices to help us navigate both the global and local financial impacts of COVID-19.
For answers to some of the questions you might have, we invite you to join our upcoming Ask AmCham Anything webinar. This one-on-one format brings our network together to share the expertise and thought-leadership of members, stakeholders, and policymakers. Right when we all need it most.
The discussion is moderated by Peter R. Dahlen, Managing Director, AmCham Sweden
<<REGISTER HERE >> (external link via AmCham Sweden)
The link to attend this program will be emailed to you before May 19.
About Catherine Mann
Prior to becoming the Global Chief Economist at Citi in 2018, Catherine L. Mann was the Chief Economist at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Earlier in her career, Catherine served as a Senior International Economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisors in the White House. She also spent 13 years on the Federal Reserve Board as a Senior Economist and Assistant Director in the International Finance Division.
About Peter Dahlen
The Managing Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden, Peter R. Dahlen is a government relations and business development professional with an insider’s understanding of Washington, DC. Peter is also a regular lecturer at the Stockholm University Law Faculty on the U.S. legislative process.