Lord Philip Hammond
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Foreign Secretary and Defense Secretary
MACRO, DERIVATIVES AND QUANT INVESTMENT EXPERTISE BROUGHT TO YOU OVER TWO DAYS BY SOCIETE GENERALE, RISK.NET AND SPONSOR CME GROUP
Providing senior investors and decision makers from across the globe with exclusive access to:
Behind the scenes keynote interviews on market shaping political and economic topics
Strategies from world class investors, their insights on macro matters and investment solutions to boost returns and reduce risk
QIS and deep-dive derivative solutions workshops to choose from
Online platform powered by green energy
Supporting global initiatives. Societe Generale is donating €20 for each attending delegate to the conference charity partner CARE International
Exclusive insights from our panels of industry experts and presenters on:
CREATING ADVANTAGE & AVOIDING THE PITFALLS
MACRO. DERIVATIVES. QUANT
THE SOLUTIONS DEBATE
WHY YOU NEED TO WORRY!
IS THE 60/40 PORTFOLIO UNDER PRESSURE?
DERIVATIVES & QUANT INVESTING
LOOKING FORWARD THROUGH THE REAR VIEW
TO CARRY OR
NOT TO CARRY
FRAGILITY OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC SYSTEM
Lord Philip Hammond
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer,
Foreign Secretary and Defense Secretary (2011-2019)
Bringing a breadth of unique experience and knowledge on today’s fragile global economic system, Lord Hammond will join live to discuss the critical topics of reflation, climate change, sovereign debt implications and Brexit one year on, during an interview with Societe Generale’s Group Chief Economist.
THE FRENCH ELECTIONS & THE IMPACT ON FINANCIAL MARKETS
Special Advisor for Geopolitics, French Election Expert
An independent expert’s insights and overview on the 2022 French Presidential Election and the impact on financial markets. As an advisor to Presidents, Prime Ministers and politicians around the world, including France, Dominique is brilliantly placed to provide a behind-the-scenes perspective on the implications of a French presidential change or re-election.
THE INFLATION OUTLOOK HOLDS THE KEY TO OUR INVESTMENT FUTURE
Economists views on the inflation outlook are hugely polarised. Many see the recent inflation surge as permanent and the start of a new upward trend enabled by a shift in Central Bank attitudes and priorities. Others see the recent higher inflation as a transitory blip. Are we transitioning out of The Ice Age or not? Whoever is right will hold the key to the investment outlook. We explore the arguments and give our own SG house view.