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Overview

The current economic crisis offers an opportunity to fix inequalities in the global economy, and Eric Lonergan, a macro hedge fund manager at M&G Investments, has identified some starting points. In his latest book, Angrynomics, Lonergan analyzes ways to reduce income disparities and reverse the rising tide of populism. This interactive webinar will apply concepts from the book to offer ideas for creating a more inclusive economic system. Lonergan will also discuss how investors should think about asset allocation strategies in response to current, unprecedented changes.

About the Speaker(s)

Eric Lonergan
Eric Lonergan

Eric Lonergan is a macro hedge fund manager at M&G Investments. He is an adviser to central banks and governments and has written two books, Money and Angrynomics. Mr. Lonergan’s blog is called Philosophy of Money. Previously, he served as a managing director at JP Morgan Cazenove. Mr. Lonergan has a degree in philosophy, politics, and economics from Oxford University and an MSc in economics and philosophy from London School of Economics.

Momoe Ikeda-Chelminska
Momoe Ikeda-Chelminska

Momoe Ikeda-Chelminska manages content for conferences in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at CFA Institute. Before that, she produced content for financial events at organizations such as the Financial Times, Lazard Asset Management, and Euromoney Conferences. Ms. Ikeda-Chelminska started covering financial markets at Bloomberg TV, where she worked as a producer in Tokyo and Hong Kong.