Morningstar Investment Conference: Charting the Global Economy

By Morningstar |  14-08-22 | 
 

We are fast approaching the annual Morningstar Investment Conference.

Our last two conferences were held online due to the pandemic. This time, we are delighted to host an in-person event and meet all of you personally. On the evening of the first day, we will host our traditional dinner.

Besides the obvious networking possibilities that an on-ground summit offers, the Morningstar Investment Conference is known for its contribution to empower investor success. It brings together some of the industry's most dynamic and engaging speakers to discuss investment developments.

Robert Subbaraman, Head of Global Macro Research, Nomura, presents on global macros.

Global growth rebounded strongly from 2020’s sharpest, but also shortest, recession of modern times. But clawing its way back from a recession driven by lockdowns and voluntary social distancing, rather than underlying economic and financial strains, has resulted in the old scourge of inflation reappearing.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine provided a shock to energy prices, with widespread effects across all commodities. Together with supply-chain bottlenecks, it is feeding into inflation expectations. Is the U.S. economy staring at stagflation? Are the dark clouds of recession are looming over the global economy? What can we expect going ahead?

Rob Subbaraman presents.

Also: Three superb conversations

  • Chief Guest: K V Kamath
  • Optimize Health: Luke Coutinho
  • Climate Crisis: Dia Mirza

Don't miss the conference!

We have been hosting this conference for 11 years, making it the premier investment event in the country. In terms of design, content and attendance, the Morningstar Investment Conference stands head and shoulders above others.

Do join us for the 12th Morningstar Investment Conference in Mumbai on September 20-21, 2022:

Hotel Sahara Star

Registration

Agenda

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