Wed, 26 Oct|
BUSH HOUSE LECTURE THEATRE 2
QUANTITATIVE EASING - WHERE HAS ALL THE MONEY GONE?
A talk on how central banks have used quantitative easing as a significant policy tool since the financial crisis of 2008/09, to support growth and keep interest rates down.
Time & Location
26 Oct 2022, 18:00 – 19:30 BST
BUSH HOUSE LECTURE THEATRE 2, 30 Aldwych, London WC2B 4BG, UK
About the Event
King’s Economics and Finance Society is delighted to host Mr Elliott, Ex Global Markets Strategist at JP Morgan and Visiting Lecturer at King's College London. Join us on October 26th, at 18:00, in Bush House Lecture Theatre 2.
An experienced global market strategist with more than 25 years experience, 18 years of which were spent at JP Morgan, Tom helps to acquire and retain clients for financial advisors and asset managers, working closely with marketing and sales teams. He writes and presents on trends in equity, fixed income and FX markets, to all levels. His broader interests are in monetary economics (eg, quantitative easing), political economy (eg, Brexit and trade wars) and multi-asset investment allocation. Tom will be looking at how central banks have used quantitative easing as a significant policy tool since the financial crisis of 2008/09, to support growth and keep interest rates down. How it works, and who has benefitted from the $25 trillion of newly created money. And what of the arguments levelled against it? Has disproportionately benefited the rich? Can it be unwound without causing mayhem in the global economy? Or is it the magic money tree that many hope it is?
WHERE HAS ALL THE MONEY GONE?