AmCham – Citi Webcast Prospects for the US and Global Economies Through a Post-Election Crystal Ball

AmCham – Citi Webcast: Prospects for the US and Global Economies Through a Post-Election Crystal Ball

dia 12 Outubro ás 16h00

AmCham Portugal and Citi organize this webcast to discuss the economic impact of the results of the US elections.

The American presidential elections are coming soon and the result will impact not only the U.S. but the world, the geostrategic relations and the global economy.

We challenged our guests to analyze the future of the economy in a post-electoral context, reflecting whether and how the outcome of the elections can influence the world economy associated with a pandemic and uncertain situation.


Opening remarks by  António Martins da Costa, President of AmCham Portugal

Keynote Speaker: Catherine L. Mann, Global Chief Economist at Citi 

Round Table: moderated by Leslie Rubio, CCO Citi Portugal and with the participation of Catherine L.Mann, Jorge Braga de Macedo, Economist, Ex Minister of Finance and Professor of Universidade Nova SBE and João Moreira Rato,  Chairman of Banco CTT  and Visiting Professor of Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

At the end there will be a Q&A session.

Participation is free. To join the meeting: open Zoom and use the Meeting ID and Passcode ·         Meeting ID – 916 5701 0684·         Passcode – 612394

A Summary of Catherine L. Mann CV Dr. Catherine L. Mann is the Global Chief Economist at Citi since February 2018 where she is responsible for thought leadership, research guidance of a global team of economists, and cross-fertilization of research across macroeconomics, fixed-income, and equities. Prior to this position, she was Chief Economist at the OECD, where she also was Director of the Economics Department and was Finance Deputy to the G20 (2014-2017). Prior to the OECD, she held the Barbara ’54 and Richard M. Rosenberg Professor of Global Finance at the International Business School, Brandeis University, where she also directed the Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance (2006-2014). She spent 20-plus years in Washington, DC (1984-2006) where her positions included Senior Fellow at the Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics; Economist, Senior Economist, and Assistant Director in the International Finance Division at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors; Senior International Economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisers; and Adviser to the Chief Economist at the World Bank. Dr. Mann received her PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her undergraduate degree is from Harvard University. She has authored or co-authored seven books, 60-plus articles, and numerous shorter pieces and testimony.