IE Talks: Are We Heading for Another 2008?
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According to the Financial Times, “Soaring inflation and supply chain bottlenecks have begun to crack the $1.5tn US junk bond market, as the lowest-quality borrowers show signs of stress.”
- How will the European Central Bank and US Federal Reserve change their monetary policies to tackle this grim scenario?
- In the midst of an ongoing pandemic and war, what will be the governments’ fiscal policies given the uncertainty ahead?
- What levels will inflation reach by the end of the year?
- What will be the impact on markets?
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About the speaker:
IE professor Ignacio de la Torre is Partner and Chief Economist at the Spanish Investment Bank, Arcano Partners. Since 2003 he has been a Professor of Economics and Finance at IE Business School, and since 2007, the Academic Director of IE’s Masters in Finance.
In 2009, he founded the NGO Financieros sin Fronteras (“Financiers without Borders“), of which he is vice president. Ignacio has over twenty years of experience in diverse fields of investment banking at Arcano, UBS, and Deutsche Bank within the departments of Capital Markets.
Director of the Master in Finance Programs at IE Business School & Partner and Chief Economist, Arcano
Ignacio de la Torre was amongst the first to foresee the turnaround of the Spanish economy from 2012 on, a thesis that was published in a series of reports titled “The Case for Spain”. Ignacio gathers over twenty years of experience in diverse fields of investment banking at Arcano, UBS and Deutsche Bank within the departments of Capital Markets, Equity Research and Sales.