Lecture by ING Chief Economist Asia:
Facing the economic uncertainty
This year the world is facing its usual economic uncertainty – the Fed, European Central Bank and China are challenged. But what exactly created these challenges? And on what level are these economic challenges influenced by the growing trend of populist politics?
During this session, Mr. Tim Condon, Chief Economist Asia at ING Bank, will address the 2017 economic challenges in an engaging presentation. This event is a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of the Global economy, given by a highly experienced economist.
Managing Director and Chief Economist Asia at ING Bank
Tim Condon is Managing Director and Chief Economist, Asia with ING Bank, based in Singapore. After earning a Ph.D. in economics from Georgetown University, Tim worked as an economist with the World Bank in Washington, DC, on Hungary from 1987 to 1992 and on Indonesia from 1992 to 1996, when he was based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Tim left the World Bank in 1996 to join Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong as a regional economist responsible for Southeast Asia. In 1999, he moved to ING Barings to head the firm’s economic and financial markets research for Asia ex-Japan. While in Hong Kong he served as an external advisor to the Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, an economic research institute established by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. Tim has been based in Singapore since August 2004.