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HKU Trading Group's Macro Analysis Sharing Session is calling for participation now.


You may refer to the message below for details regarding the sharing session. Interested students should register online before the event begins on July 1, 2021. The meeting details will be provided to you by email upon registration.

[Message from HKU Trading Group]


Dear all,


Greetings from HKU Trading Group. We are honoured to have invited Dr. William De Vijlder, Group Chief Economist of BNP Paribas to be our guest speaker in our upcoming keynote Macro Analysis Sharing to shed light on hit topics such as interest rate hike and riding inflation during post-pandemic period. He will also generously offer insights into the life of being a researcher and how to improve your macroeconomic analytical skills.



Date: July 1, 2021 (Thu)


Time: 16:15 - 18:15 (HKT)


Mode of Delivery: Virtual (through Microsoft Teams Meeting)



About the Speaker:

Dr. De Vijlder holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Ghent (Belgium). He possesses 30 years of industry experience and is the Group Chief Economist in BNP Paribas currently. For more than ten years, he has hosted the biannual Market Outlook press conference held in various European cities and has been a guest speaker at numerous conferences, summits, and roundtables such as the World Pension Summit, the CFA Institute European Investment Conference, Reuters Investment Summit, and more.



This is certainly an insightful and unmissable opportunity. Register now to hear from seasoned professional within the industry! Feel free to ask your burning questions during Q&A.



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Please note that a confirmation notice with meeting details will be sent to you by email upon registration.



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