Please join us at lunch Thursday April 28th for a foreign exchange market update with special guest speaker, Marvin Loh.
Mr. Loh will address:
- Impact of oil/commodities on CAD volatility
- Fiscal vs. Monetary policy in light of the recent federal budget
- Currency developments in China
- The unintended consequences of negative yields
- Views on the Fed and other Central Banks
- The potential USD shortage created by declining liquidity
Managing Director, Senior Fixed Income
The Bank of New York Mellon Global Markets
Marvin Loh is a Managing Director at BNY Mellon Global Markets, where he is the firm's senior fixed income market strategist. Mr. Loh monitors market, industry and credit developments and formulates their impact on a wide range of fixed income asset classes, including rates, corporates, high yield, emerging market and municipal bonds. 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 Global Markets' weekly Fixed Income Market Commentary and is a contributor to various daily rates focused publications. Mr. Loh is a regular speaker and presenter at investment, corporate and media events. Prior to joining BNY Mellon in August, 2009, he was the Director of Research at W.R. Hambrecht. 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.