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The Global Outlook 2022
The Keynote session will look at the Global Outlook: 2022 and Beyond.

Against a backdrop of significant economic and market uncertainty, our panel of international experts from valuation, finance, economics, monetary policy and politics will look at the latest data and trends and offer their thoughts on the global macroeconomic outlook.

The IVSC Valuation Webinar Series explores many of the major trends shaping valuation, business and finance. It is fast becoming a 'must attend' event for valuers and those that rely on valuation information in their roles.

* The IVSC is a global, not-for-profit organisation responsible for setting the International Valuation Standards (IVS).

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CPE Credits
Program Objectives:
• Understand some of the drivers of inflation; learn more about the impacts of inflationary pressures and consider some of the trends shaping the macroeconomic outlook.
Program Level: Basic
Program Type: Group-Internet Based
No prerequisites, advance preparation, or fee is required. Due to this program being presented free of charge, there will be no refunds issued.
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Megan Greene
Kroll Global Chief Economist and Financial Times columnist @Kroll
Megan currently serves as a Senior Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School. She is also the first Dame DeAnne Julius Senior Fellow in International Economics at Chatham House. She is a frequent keynote speaker for financial services clients, trade associations and policymakers, and has a biweekly column in the Financial Times on global macroeconomics. She also appears regularly on TV and radio outlets such as Bloomberg, CNBC, NPR and BBC. Megan serves on the board of directors of the National Association for Business Economists, the Parliamentary Budget Office in Ireland, Rebuilding Macroeconomics and Econofact. In addition, she is an affiliate of the Rhodes Center Brown University and a non-resident fellow at Trinity College Dublin and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She regularly advises governments and central banks in the US, UK, eurozone and Japan.
Jesper Koll
Mr. Koll has been researching and investing in Japan since becoming a resident of the country in 1986. Over the past two decades, he has been recognized as one of the top Japan strategists/economists, having worked as chief strategist and head of research for major US investment banks JP Morgan and Merrill Lynch. He currently serves as expert director for the Monex Group and the Japan Catalyst Fund investment committee. His analysis and insights have earned him a position on several Japanese government and corporate advisory committees, including Governor Yuriko Koike’s Advisory Board. Mr. Koll serves as Board Director of the Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology and is a founder of the Asia Society Japan and heads their Policy Committee. He is one of the few non-Japanese members of the Keizai Doyukai, the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, and has written three books in Japanese. In 2021, he created the video/pod-cast series “Japan - Capitalism That Works.”
Alistair Darling
Chair @IVSC
Alistair Darling was appointed Chair of the IVSC Board of Trustees during the Singapore AGM in October 2019. Alistair was previously UK Chancellor of the Exchequer from 2007 to 2010. Prior to this, he held a number of Cabinet positions, being one of only three people to have served in Cabinet continuously since Labour was elected to government in the UK in 1997. He entered Parliament at the 1987 General Election in Edinburgh Central and, following the 1997 General Election, he entered Cabinet as the Chief Secretary to the Treasury. From then on he served as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (1998-2002), for Transport (2002-06), for Scotland (2003-06) and Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (2006-07). In June 2007, Prime Minister Gordon Brown appointed him Chancellor of the Exchequer. As Chancellor of the Exchequer, he was in charge of the UK response to the financial crisis.
Ranjit Singh
Chief, Global Markets @IMF
Ranjit Singh is Assistant Director in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department with responsibilities for advising on work related to regulatory policy and climate risk. He has had extensive experience in capital market strategy, development, and regulation and has been actively involved in numerous international policy forums. He has previously served as Vice-Chair of the International Organisation of Securities Commission (IOSCO), Chairman of Securities Commission Malaysia and taught finance at the University of Melbourne.
Kiran Swinglehurst
Managing Director, Liquidity Risk @CPP Investments
Kiran is responsible for leading our Liquidity Risk Group, with accountabilities for the measurement, analysis and oversight of liquidity risks across the Fund. Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2018, Kiran held various roles within Treasury, Corporate Finance and Capital Markets, across Corporate and Banking industries. Most recently working at BHP she was responsible for sourcing and managing the debt and equity funding as well as the company’s liquidity. She holds a BCom from the University of Birmingham and is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) and The Association of Corporate Treasurers (AMCT).