TABE Chief Economists' Panel: Long-Term Economic Insights for a Volatile World

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Thursday 05 December 2019, 17:00 - 19:00


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Chief Economists' Panel:

Long-Term Economic Insights for a Volatile World

In a world where policy is increasingly driven by populism and political discourse is taking place on social media, institutional investors are playing an important stabilizing role in the world. With their long-term view to investing, they work to look through the noise to the underlying trends driving steady and sustained investment returns. Please join Frances Donald and Robert Lavigne as they discuss the megatrends that will shape the global economy in the years ahead. 


About our speakers

Frances Donald is Chief Economist and Head of Macroeconomic Strategy for Manulife Investment Management. In her role, she forecasts global macroeconomic and financial trends, analyzes the economy and capital markets for potential opportunities and risks, and serves as a thought leader both within the firm and externally. She’s a frequent public speaker and regularly appears in international media, including Bloomberg and CNBC.



Robert Lavigne is the Managing Director of Economic Research at OMERS. He serves as an active member of OMERS Capital Market’s leadership group and plays a key role in advising on investment decisions. He and his team provide economic and capital market analysis to Capital Markets and OMERS more broadly.  His responsibilities include commenting on economic trends and developments, guiding the macroeconomic forecast, overseeing thematic research and promoting the development of a country assessment framework.


Date: Thursday, December 5, 2018
Presentation & Q&A: 5-7pm
Where: The National Club, 303 Bay Street, Toronto
Cost:  TABE & CABE Members $50, Non-Members $70

Wine & domestic beer and canapés reception (all included in price)

See Who is Coming
We look forward to seeing you at this event
Peter Harrison
President of TABE



Toronto Association for Business and Economics

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