LIVE WEBINAR | UK Economic Briefing G7 Edition: Competition or Cooperation?

Tuesday 8th June, 9:00AM – 10:00AM BST

9:00AM – 10:00AM BST / 6:00PM – 7:00PM AEDT

On 11th – 13th June, the UK will host the G7 Summit in Cornwall with G7 Heads of Government including UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and US President Joe Biden. Also joining the Summit will be three guest leaders including Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

The big three priorities on the table will be:

  • Tackling the ongoing global pandemic
  • Driving global economic recovery that builds back better and
  • Addressing the climate and biodiversity challenge.

Set within the context of a shifting global order, national pressures and increasing polarisation between the USA and China, the big question emerging from the G7 is whether these three complex challenges will become arenas for global cooperation or competition.

Join our expert speakers to discuss this, likely outcomes of the G7 Summit and what it will mean for the global economy and business.

With Speakers:

Bronwyn Curtis OBE, Non-Executive Director of the Office of Budget Responsibility

Bronwyn Curtis OBE is an economist whose career spans both the financial markets and the media. She is on the Board of the UK Office of Budget Responsibility and her other roles include Chair of JPMorgan Asia Growth and Income plc and a Non-Executive Director of Pershing Square Holdings plc.

Bronwyn’s executive roles have included Head of Global at HSBC Bank plc, Managing Editor and Head of European Broadcast at Bloomberg LP, Chief Economist of Nomura International, and Global Head of Foreign Exchange and Fixed Income Strategy at Deutsche Bank. She has also worked as a consultant for the World Bank and UNCTAD. 

Dr John Llewellyn, Partner, Llewellyn Consulting

Before co-founding Llewellyn Consulting, John was Global Chief Economist and then Senior Economic Policy Advisor at Lehman Brothers. This followed almost twenty years at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, where variously he was Head of International Forecasting and Policy Analysis, Editor of the OECD Economic Outlook, Deputy Director for Social Affairs, Manpower and Education, and finally Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary-General. Prior to that he spent nearly ten years at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Cambridge, and he was also a Fellow of St. John’s College.

John earned his undergraduate degree at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, and his doctorate at the University of Oxford. He has published widely.

Dr Leslie Vinjamuri is Director of the US and the Americas programme and Dean of the Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs at Chatham House, The Royal Institute of International Affairs. She is a Reader (Associate Professor) in International Relations at SOAS University of London.

At Chatham House, Leslie leads the Lloyd George Working Group on World Order (with Charles A. Kupchan), the Chatham House US 2020 Election Series, and the US-China and Transatlantic Relations Project (with Marianne Petsinger-Schneider). In her capacity as Dean, she oversees our fellowship programme and our Next Generation UK work. Leslie writes and speaks about America’s role in the world, human rights and global governance.

 

With thanks to our Sponsor:

CPA Australia