A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event in Partnership with the Hong Kong Association of New York
Join us as Dharmakirti Joshi, Current Chief Economist at CRISIL, and Dr. Paul Gruenwald, Chief Asia-Pacific Economist at S&P Global Ratings, engage in a fascinating discussion on the current economic outlook and review challenges facing two of the world’s largest and fastest growing emerging markets.
When: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Where: CKGSB New York Office
601 Lexington Ave., Floor 26
New York, NY 10022
|5:30PM – 6:00PM||Registration|
|6:00PM – 6:05PM||Opening remarks by Mary Wadsworth Darby, Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas|
|6:05PM – 7:00PM||Knowledge sharing by Dharmakirti Joshi, Current Chief Economist at CRISIL, and Dr. Paul Gruenwald, Chief Asia-Pacific Economist at S&P Global Ratings|
|7:00PM – 7:25PM||Q&A|
|7:25PM – 7:30PM||Closing Remarks by Alan Chen, Director of CKGSB Americas|
SPACE IS LIMITED, RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Individual event is at a $30 fee; admission is free for 2016 CKGSB Knowledge Series Members and for HKANY members. Event is free to credentialed media.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Mr. Dharmakirti Joshi is currently the Chief Economist at CRISIL. With over 20 years experience in economic research and consultancy, his career began in NCAER where he spent 11 years. He then moved on to increasingly senior positions in Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, New Delhi and CRISIL. He has extensive experience in macroeconomic analysis, medium term assessment of the Indian economy and forecasting as well as in public finance issues at the central and state levels. He has been a consultant to the state governments on fiscal issues.
Mr. Joshi holds a masters degree in economics from Punjab University, Chandigarh. He has attended programs on Macroeconomic Policy and Management at Harvard University and was a visiting scholar to the Economic Research Unit of University of Pennsylvania. He has co-authored a book on state finances and has research articles to his credit.
At CRISIL he has been involved in consulting assignments that cover demand forecasting and assessing the macroeconomic scenario and its implication for corporate clients. He has also been involved in analyzing and monitoring the impact of macroeconomic shocks on the economy. He has been a part of the faculty that trains senior regulatory officials from the South Asia region. He is also the co-chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee of Bombay Chamber of Commerce. He often writes for leading newspapers and expresses his views on the economy in the electronic media.
Dr. Paul Gruenwald is the Chief Asia-Pacific Economist at S&P Global Ratings. Based in Singapore, he leads the economic research agenda and serves as the primary spokesperson on macroeconomic matters across the region. Before joining S&P Global Ratings, Paul spent almost five years at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ) as the Asia-Pacific Chief Economist, where he was responsible for helping set and direct ANZ’s Asian and global economic research agenda, as well as building the bank’s economic research efforts and profile in the region. Previously, Paul worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for nearly 16 years, where he led the team producing the IMF’s Asian regional outlook reports. He was also the IMF Resident Representative to Hong Kong and Korea, the Deputy Chief of the China Division, and the country desk officer for Australia. Paul has a Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in Economics/Mathematics from the University of Texas.
Disseminating deep ideas for China success
Ideas are the currency of our age. And in an age when China’s global significance is growing, CKGSB Americas’ Knowledge Series is the U.S. and Americas executive’s go-to source for a stream of provocative notions that can beneficially affect the way he or she thinks about building and expanding a China business.
Held in our state-of-the-art New York learning center in the heart of one of the world’s great financial hubs, our Knowledge Series lectures and discussions are an opportunity to learn from the world’s brightest minds as they focus on the topics and trends that are most pertinent to your specific China business goals.
Among other themes, Knowledge Series events have examined China’s financial turbulence and what it means for investors; business to business buying: how it has changed, and how we need to change with it; solar power’s future in the U.S. and China; new consumption trends in China and their implication for companies in China’s global supplier network; doing business with a changing China; and where China is and where it is headed.
Regardless of your China interest, Knowledge Series events are your gateway to acquiring critical insight on macro trends, emerging opportunities, collaboration and competition with Chinese companies, cross-cultural competencies and how to best position China within your own organization.
In an era when ideas matter, the CKGSB Americas Knowledge Series is the authoritative generator of China ideas.
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