What major drivers influenced the year from a macro perspective? What asset classes saw the largest flows over the year? Join us on December 6 for a look back at the year with Marvin Loh, Managing Director & Senior Global Market Strategist, BNY Mellon Markets Group. His presentation will: Examine the efficacy of the current set of tools while discussing potential new steps that are being considered. Take a closer look at the impact these actions have had on capital flows, currencies and interest rates. Analyze where the Fed stands in its normalization process, the future path of interest rates and look into the global shortage of dollars, which has implications on market volatility.
Speaker: Marvin Loh, Managing Director & Senior Global Market Strategist, BNY Mellon Markets Group
Speaker Bio: Marvin Loh is a Managing Director at BNY Mellon Markets Group, where he is the firm’s senior market strategist. Mr. Loh monitors market, industry and credit developments, and formulates their impact on a wide range of asset classes, including rates, currencies, credit, EM and equities. He focuses on identifying relative value opportunities across various risk classes through monitoring the flow, correlation and volatility of asset types. He publishes BNY Mellon Market’s weekly Fixed Income and Markets Commentary and is a contributor to various additional daily and weekly publications. Mr. Loh is a regular speaker and presenter at investment, corporate and media events. He is also regularly quoted in various financial publications and has been interviewed on numerous business programs.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon in August, 2009, he was the Director of Research at W.R. Hambrecht, a boutique investment bank that pioneered the auction IPO process. Mr. Loh assembled an Institutional Investor ranked research team that focused on identifying disruptive business models that could provide above average long term investment returns. Mr. Loh has also held senior analyst roles in both the fixed income and equity markets at Oppenheimer and Company, Decision Economics, Fidelity Investments, Financial Guaranty Insurance Company and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. His credit and equity coverage has included analysis of the finance, specialty finance, healthcare, technology, energy and utility sectors. Mr. Loh graduated from New York University, where he obtained his Master of Business Administration in Finance and a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance and Economics. He holds FINRA Series 7, 16, 24, 53, 55, 63, 86 and 87 licenses.