2022: Is normality good for markets?

Date: 2022-01-06

Time: 20:00

2022 comes with a lot of optimism as the world now sees the light at the end of the tunnel with respect to Covid. There is a sense of normalisation – albeit at a different pace – across countries. While Omicron is a reminder that the virus is still around, 2022 does look to be the year we turn to a new chapter.

What will this mean for markets like equities, bonds, commodities and even digital assets as monetary policy normalises? Are we poised for a new upleg as we get back to business as usual or are we faced with the possibility that the end of the cycle is in fact near, after being extended unexpectedly by Covid (which prompted massive liquidity injection by major central banks)?

We hope to answer these questions and more in this webinar. We hope you will be able to join us.


2022: Is normality good for markets?
Sani Hamid
Director, Wealth Management, Financial Alliance Pte Ltd
Mr. Sani Hamid has around 30 years of working experience in the financial markets. He has worked for companies such as S&P MMS where he led a team of analysts covering Emerging Asian economies; BNP Paribas peregrine as a senior economist; and S&P Ratings as a sovereign analyst overseeing the ratings of countries such as Indonesia, India, Malaysia and Singapore. He has been widely quoted in the media throughout his career and has spoken at numerous international seminars on a wide range of topics.