“How to pay off debts – without actually paying?” — live stream #9
Dan Scott, Chief Investment Officer at Vontobel Wealth Management, answers questions from our live stream audience
4 ways are theoretically possible to reduce the corona debt again. But not all are realistic in practice. Find out why global inflation would be the best thing that can happen to us.
6 key questions at a glance:
- Who is debtor and creditor in global debt? Is it us?
- What does it mean that we are heading for a 120% debt to GDP ratio? And why it’s
- Is there a deep recession on the horizon?
- Is the current crisis an event-driven crisis?
- Why is the Swiss National Bank ahead of the FED but still being critized for its “swollen balance-sheet”?
- What should a long-term oriented investor do right now?
What to expect in this 30' replay video: Follow a Q&A session on global public debt with Dan Scott, new Chief Investment Officer at Vontobel Wealth Management. © Vontobel, recorded on May 8th, 2020, 12:15 p.m.
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CIO Wealth Management
Dan Scott has more than 20 years of capital market expertise across all asset classes and markets. Before joining Vontobel in 2017 as Deputy CIO and Head of the Investment Office, Dan, who was born in Rheinfelden, Switzerland, worked for many years at Credit Suisse and Kepler Equities. He began his career as a financial journalist in the late 1990s, first at Dow Jones and later at CNBC in Frankfurt and Zurich.