Janet Henry
Global Chief Economist
HSBC

Janet Henry was appointed as HSBC’s Global Chief Economist in August 2015. She was previously HSBC’s Chief European Economist and is a member of Handelsblatt’s Shadow ECB Council. Much of her research focused on globalisation – including the global determinants of local inflation – and the political and economic challenges of the post global financial crisis era, notably labour market disruption and other structural drivers of low inflation but also the implications of income and wealth inequality within major advanced economies. Since the COVID-19 outbreak her work has focused on the labour market implications and policy challenges of the unprecedented recession.

Janet has given evidence to financial committees of the EU Parliament on China and UK House of Lords on Europe. Janet joined HSBC in 1996 in Hong Kong where she worked as an Asian economist in the run-up to, and aftermath of, the Asian crisis. 

 

2021 Annual Conference: September 21-23, 2021

A 3-Day In-Person and Digital Conference:

- Sep 21: In-Person Panels, Fireside Chats, and other Sessions

- Sep 22-23: Global Digital Panels, Fireside Chats, and other Sessions

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in global finance, business, media and government for in-person and digital global investment forums
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