This webinar, the second in our Macro Economic Outlook series, delves into the current state of the financial markets, the effects of inflation and other dynamic factors, and the risks and opportunities ahead for institutional investors. Sharing their views are industry leaders: Scott Malpass, CIS Founding Chair and Former CIO at the University of Notre Dame; Mario Giannini, CEO of Hamilton Lane; and Joseph Davis, Global Chief Economist and Global Head of the Investment Strategy Group at Vanguard.
00:00 – Webinar opens, Tom Lanctot, CIS CEO, welcome and introductions
03:07 – Serenity Prayer
03:35 – Scott Malpass, CIS co-founder, moderator, opening remarks
06:25 – Growth, Inflation, and Interest Rates: How do the Big 3 evolve over the year
19:40 – Private Market Perspective: valuations and opportunities in equity, credit and secondaries
23:35 – Portfolio construction and the private markets
27:15 – Negative Real Rates and outlook
29:45 – Energy, Prices, and Directionality
35:10 – Congress and The Debt Ceiling debate
40:30 – Talent & Tenure: portfolio management during Bear markets
42:30 – What keeps you up at night?
46:40 – New technologies: Areas of interest…
52:15 – The Yield curve and contrarian risks
53:00 – Catholic Social Teaching and ESG investing; factors and frameworks
56:20 – Thank you and closing
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