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PROFESSOR GREAME M. LEACH

DIRECTOR OF ECONOMICS

GLOBAL FUTURES AND FORESIGHT

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - ECONOMIST- AUTHOR

Over recent decades Graeme has undertaken literally hundreds of speeches on the future economic outlook and geopolitical and future megatrends, in more than 25 countries across the globe.

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The list below provides an overview of some of the events in recent years:

April 2020                    The short and long-term economic impact of Covid-19 – Remote delivery for Cardiff Business School.

 

March 2020                 The debt threat to the world economy – Remote delivery for Cardiff Business School.

 

February 2020             The world to 2030 – AWI Leaders Forum, London.

 

 

September 2019         Short run gloom long run boom, CEPE European conference, Malta.

 

 

August 2019                The economic impact of Brexit, George Mason University Graduate Summer School,

Oxford University.

 

June 2019                    Chaired Department for International Trade conference at Mansion House.

 

 

December 2018          The future of work, CEME conference.

 

 

October 2018              Spoke alongside Hernando de Soto on the Legatum Institute’s Global Commission on

Economic Openness.

 

September 2018         The economic outlook for the EU, SSA UK & FEDESSA annual conference, Paris.

 

March 2018                 The future of the Chinese economy, Institutional Investor Global Fixed Income Roundtable, Amsterdam. Other speakers included Hilary Clinton.

 

January 2018               A grand tour of the world economy, BHAA conference, Wembley Hilton.

 

 

October 2017              The economic challenges ahead, BNY Mellon Pension Summit.

 

 

September 2017         UK economic outlook, Brittelstand Symposium, Henley Business School.

 

 

September 2017         Global economic outlook, LMA Syndicated Loans conference, QE2.