Tue, 28 Feb|
SAFRA LECTURE HALL, KING'S BUILDING
THE RUSSIA - UKRAINE CONFLICT: HOW WILL IT SHAPE OUR FUTURE?
Jacob Nell, Former Head of European Economics at Morgan Stanley, with more than 25 years of multi-national public and private sector experience as an economist, will be looking at the political and economic implications of the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict and how it will shape our future.
Time & Location
28 Feb, 18:00 – 19:30
SAFRA LECTURE HALL, KING'S BUILDING, King's College London Strand Campus, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, UK
About the Event
King’s College London Economics and Finance Society is delighted to host Jacob Nell, former European Head of Economics at Morgan Stanley, in collaboration with KCL Politics Society and KCL United Nations Association.
Jacob boasts considerable global expertise across both the public and private sectors. Before spending 11 years as an Economist at Morgan Stanley, Jacob had a 10 year tenure in the UK Treasury department that included assignments at the ministries of finance in Russia, Iraq and Azerbaijan as well as being a Policy Advisor for the UK PM. Having recently departed from Morgan Stanley, Jacob is now working for the Kyiv School of Economics, analysing the conflict in Ukraine from an economic perspective, while investigating the impact and effectiveness of Russian sanctions. In this talk, Jacob will speak on his extensive research into the economic and political implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, including the impact on us as individuals, as well as what it means for the future of international relations.