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HSBC Economic Seminar
"Which perspectives for Europe?
Economic and Forex considerations."


Date: Wednesday 20 June 2012, 18.00 - 21.00
Sponsored by HSBC
Hosted at HSBC St James's Street Offices
Cost: 1 participant: £40 + VAT
£60 + VAT for 2 people

For more details, please contact Kim Darragon - 0207 092 6643






The Chamber is pleased to announce its seminar, sponsored by HSBC at HSBC St James's Street Offices:


Theme: "Which perspectives for Europe? Economic and Forex considerations."


With Guest Speakers:


The Rt. Hon. Lord (Robin) Janvrin GCB, GCVO, deputy chairman of HSBC Private Bank (UK) Ltd

Robin Janvrin joined HSBC Private Bank UK as Deputy Chairman in January 2008.

He served in the Royal Navy between 1964 and 1975 during which time he studied PPE at Brasenose College, Oxford. He subsequently joined the Diplomatic Service serving in the UK Delegation to NATO in Brussels (1976-8) and the British High Commission in Delhi (1981-4).

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   Lord Janvrin
Janet Henry, HSBC Chief European Economist

Janet Henry was appointed as HSBC’s Chief European Economist in April 2007. She joined HSBC in 1996 in Hong Kong where she worked as an Asian Economist in the run-up to, and aftermath of, the Asian crisis before moving back to London in 1999 where she was a Global Economist for eight years.

Janet’s career began at the Economist Intelligence Unit where she worked as an Asian economist for over four years in London and Hong Kong after graduating with an Economics degree from University College London.

  Janet Henry
David Bloom, Global Head of Foreign Exchange Strategy for HSBC

David Bloom is the Global Head of FX Strategy and has been with HSBC for nineteen years. Before taking up his current post, specialising in currencies and global themes, David was an international economist with a particular focus on the UK and US. He has also had some experience in equity strategy, equity sales and equity analysis.

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  David Bloom

Benefits of joining this seminar

Europe and the Eurozone have been a hotly debated topic in the news for the past few months. The recent elections in France have reminded us how important politics has been and remains for markets, as well as rating agencies.
Economies' GDP and currencies have also, among other indicators, suffered from increased volatility, which is not always easy to understand.
This event aims at giving you the tools to understand the fundamentals at stake, and share with you our analysis for the months to come.

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