Economic Outlook 2022

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Date(s) - 10/11/2022
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


FBC and SEB warmly welcome you to join Economic Outlook APAC 2022!

The global economy faced unexpected turbulence in the spring of 2022. How has the war in Ukraine affected worldwide? What is the news on the China-US trade war? What are the impacts on the APAC market and business?

Ms Eugenia Victorino, the Head of Asia Strategy at SEB will give us insights and trends into the APAC economy.

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SEB in short:

SEB is a leading northern European financial services group, with a history dating back to 1856. Innovation, entrepreneurship and an international perspective are part of our DNA. Our vision is to provide world-class service. We do this through long-term relationships, personal advice and digital services – and by supporting our customers in the transition to a more sustainable world.

SEB in Singapore:

SEB began operations in Asia in 1979, following the clients as they expanded into the region. Since then we have grown steadily, both in terms of presence and offering reflecting the changing needs of financial institutions, and corporate and private wealth clients.

We have almost 200 financial professionals based in five strategic locations in Asia. In practice, we offer one Asian team with competence, knowledge and experience of the region, working together with the teams in the Northern European home markets


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Keynote Speaker


Eugenia Victorino joined SEB in August 2018 as the Head of Asia Strategy focusing on macro and FX strategy research on China and the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
Prior to SEB, Eugenia spent almost 6 years as an Economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ Bank) in Singapore covering ASEAN and South Korea.
She is a frequent speaker at major international media outlets like Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and BBC. She has also worked at ING Bank in Amsterdam focusing on country risk in Emerging Markets.
Previously, she worked as a university lecturer handling Microeconomic Theory, Mathematics for Economics, and Statistics for Economics at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Ateneo de Manila.