Stress Testing Briefing
Key Risks in the World Economy
IHS Stress Testing Lunch Briefing
Please join us on 18 November, at our office in New York, for a lunch briefing evaluating the “unanticipated consequences” and key risks in the world economy.
Assessing the impact of the multiple interdependent risks in today’s global environment poses a big challenge. How do different risks relate to each other? How might these risks “accumulate” to create unanticipated consequences, and how can one quantify their effects on global housing markets, currency depreciation, debt and equity markets?
IHS Financial and Capital Markets Vice President and Global Lead, Zbyszko Tabernacki, CFA will delve deeper into these questions with an analysis of some of the key risks facing the world economy – and how they could evolve. Specific risk drivers covered will include:
- The slowdown in China
- Emerging market debt crisis
- Global commodity prices
Zbyszko’s analysis will leverage the IHS Global Link Model, the most comprehensive macroeconomic model available, and the daily analysis of over 150 economists.
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Registration and Lunch
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Briefing and Q&A