The Economist’s Buttonwood Gathering is able to provide 7.5 CFA credits and 8 GARP credits to attendees.
Chaired by The Economist's Editor-in-chief, John Micklethwait, The Buttonwood Gathering is designed for business leaders from the global banking and finance industry, as well as any senior executive who relies on a deep understanding of global financial markets and the issues and trends that most impact the future of the global economy.
This year’s Buttonwood will capture the state of the global economy as it slowly reaches for stability – from the US to Europe, on to Asia, Latin America and Africa. What new opportunities are opening for investors? How have financial markets, banks and companies evolved? Other key issues include:
• The American Company: Learning From Failture with Thomas Horton (American Airlines) and Glenn Hutchins (Silver Lake)
• Bubble Economy: Hot Market Concerns with Hugh Hendry (Electica Asset Management) and Robert J. Shiller (Yale University)
• The Next Silicon Valley: Start-up Revolution with Alan Patricof (Greycroft LLC), Kyle Kimball (New York City Economic Development Corporation) and Greg Selkoe (Karmaloop)
• Crumbling BRICs: The New Economic Architecture with Stephan Roach (Yale University), Ilan Goldfajn (Itau Unibanco) and Joyce Chang (JP Morgan Chase & Co)
• Japan’s New Path: Beating Deflation Once And For All with Koichi Hamada (Government of Japan and Yale University), Paul Sheard (Standard & Poor’s Rating Services) and Adam Posen (Institute for International Economics)
• Looking Inward: De-globalisation In Trade And Finance with Susan Lund (McKinsey Global Institute) and Mark Standish (RBC Capital Markets and RBC Investor & Treasury Services)