On the backdrop of a confluence of disruptions that is often characterised as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a tepid global economy that is arguably characterised by secular disinflation, divergence between developed and emerging markets, heightened risks of geopolitics and polarisation and unchartered territory in monetary and regulatory policy – how does one navigate the investing landscape?
In this interactive lecture, Lutfey Siddiqi will attempt to address this question.
Speaker biography: Lutfey Siddiqi CFA is a Governor at the London School of Economics and an Adjunct Professor at the Risk Management Institute, National University of Singapore. He is also a member of the Global Agenda Council (Financing) at the World Economic Forum and a former board member of CFA Singapore.
Until May 2016, he was a Managing Director and member of the global executive committee of FX, Rates & Credit (FRC) at UBS Investment bank with responsibility for emerging markets.
Lutfey obtained his First Class BSc. (hon) jointly in Economics & Econometrics at the University of York, winning the departmental prize for outstanding achievement in statistics. While at York, he was elected President of the Overseas Students’ Association and was a producer/presenter at YSTV. A CFA charterholder, Lutfey has a MSc. (Econ) from the London School of Economics.
He was honoured as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2012.