2021 Scholarship Event: Featuring Douglas Porter, Chief Economist, BMO Financial - Webinar (EST)
Date and Time: November 10, 2021 1 pm - 2:15 pm EST
all industry professionals interested in hearing from a
top economist on the future of Canada's economy.
Since 1993, the John E. Lowes education fund has awarded
scholarships to Ontario residents pursuing post-secondary education that
includes the study of property and casualty insurance.
Join us this fall as we recognize this year’s John
E Lowes, Lloyd King and Toronto Insurance Council scholarship
recipients. Attendees will enjoy a memorable scholarship presentation, followed by a
keynote talk by Douglas Porter, Chief Economist of BMO Financial Group. Proceeds
from this event will support future scholarships.
About this year’s keynote
The only thing that is certain in the outlook these
days is uncertainty. Although the global economy has rebounded from the massive
contraction in 2020, many questions remain for financial markets and the
response of central banks.
Douglas Porter, Chief Economist, BMO Financial Group, will
walk through the current state of the Canadian and U.S. economies, and give his
perspective on how 2022 will unfold. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to
hear from one of Canada’s foremost global economists!
Douglas Porter has over 30 years of experience analyzing
global economies and financial markets. As Chief Economist at BMO Financial
Group, he oversees the macroeconomic and financial market forecasts and
co-authors the firm’s weekly flagship publication, Focus. Mr. Porter manages the
team that has won numerous awards including Best Forecaster for Canada by Focus
Economics, top Canadian forecaster by Bloomberg and the prestigious Lawrence
Klein award for forecast accuracy of the U.S. economy.
Mr. Porter, CFA, earned a Master’s degree in Economics
from the University of Western Ontario.
BMO Financial Group
hours : 1 hour (pending)
Sponsored by: Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd
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