2019 CPBI Economic Forecast (St. John's)

February 19, 2019 11:45 AM to 1:30 PMThe Capital Hotel, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Area of Interest: Pensions, Investments, Networking Format: In Person

2019 CPBI Economic Forecast        

“Are we in the Ninth Inning already?”

The consensus of economists at the beginning of 2018 was rather optimistic – rightly enough – as Europe had finally picked up momentum and the United States had just implemented a significant reform of its tax system. It turned out that the U.S. economy was pretty much the “oasis of prosperity” as negative surprises abounded elsewhere around the world. Markets were jittery in the last months of the year, and even seemed to price in an upcoming recession.

Join us as Sébastien looks back at an eventful year and looks ahead to what’s to come. Is a recession imminent or were market participants simply overly pessimistic of late? Will we see faster growth outside of the U.S.? Are we already in the dreaded ninth inning of this business cycle, or do we have reasons to be optimistic?

This presentation will paint a broad picture of the global economy, the markets and how to navigate through this tweet-infused world.

  

February 19, 2019            

Capital Hotel   
St. John's, NL 

Lunch & Networking:  11:45am - 12:30pm

Speaker Presentation: 12:30pm - 1:30pm 

   




                  

Sébastien Mc Mahon

Senior Economist-   iA  Financial Group

After having amassed a wealth of experience over 12 years in the public and private sectors, Sébastien Mc Mahon joined iA Financial Group’s economic team in January 2013.

Throughout his career, Mr. Mc Mahon has held various positions in several prominent financial institutions, notably at Quebec’s Ministry of Finance and at Autorité des marchés financiers, Quebec’s regulator to the province’s financial markets.

In addition to his role as senior economist at iA Financial Group, Mr. Mc Mahon is also a member of the firm’s asset allocation committee and acts as a portfolio manager to the diversified funds, with assets exceeding $5 billion.

Mr. Mc Mahon holds a Master’s degree as well as doctoral studies in Economics, is a CFA charter holder and is deeply involved in Quebec’s financial scene as a member of the board for Quebec’s association of economists and other local financial organizations.


Registration Fees

CPBI Member                                        $60
CPBI Non-member     $85
CPBI Member: Table of 6     $360         
CPBI Non-member: Table of 6                     $510
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