12:30-13:30, Thursday, September 5, 2013
Chairman of the Americas, Partners Group
パートナーズ・グループ・ホールディング、上級副会長 兼 米州責任者
With major economies facing a highly uncertain outlook, Charles Dallara, one of the world's most authoritative financial figures, will discuss key issues facing specific regions of the world and offer his analysis of how these issues interact to impact the global economy as a whole. Should we expect a hard or soft landing for the US in the wake of recent actions by the Federal Reserve? How is Abenomics viewed outside of Japan? What should China and Japan do to manage their currencies? What's next for the European Union? And what do all of these things mean for global trade, intra and inter-regional relationships and world economic growth as a whole?
Currently chairman of the Americas at Partners Group in Washington DC, Charles Dallara has 37 years of high-level experience in financial affairs. Until earlier this year he had been for twenty years the managing director and chief executive officer of the Institute of International Finance in Washington.
Previously, he was a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan & Co. In addition, he held positions in the George H. W. Bush and Ronald Reagan presidential administrations as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Policy Development and Senior Advisor for Policy to the Secretary of the Treasury. He also served as US Executive Director at the IMF, and concurrently as Senior Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Economic Policy and US Alternate Executive Director at the IMF.