18
January
16:00 — 22:00
Hotel d’Angleterre, Kongens Nytorv 34, København
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Nytårsmiddag – Geopolitiske udfordringer

Fokus på Mellemøsten. Ved hjælp af vor globale partner CFA Institute er det lykkedes os at få tilsagn fra Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group N.Y., som er specialist i geopolitik. Desuden medvirker Mellemøstspecialisten, journalist Anders Jerichow og Thomas Thygesen, BankInvest. Efter middagen uddeles foreningens Informationspris.

Program

Tema: Geopolitiske udfordringer

16.30 Velkomst ved Niels-Ulrik Mousten, medlem af bestyrelsen i CFA Denmark

16.40 The Middle East: From Cradle of Culture to Source of Unrest?
Socio-cultural facts and historical background
Anders Jerichow, Journalist

17.20 Trends in Geopolitical Risk
Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group

18.00 Pause, drinks & snacks i Gallery Room

18.20 Ímplikationer for de finansielle markeder
Thomas Thygesen, Head of Strategy, BankInvest

19.00 Afsluttende bemærkninger, kort pause

19.10 Middag

ca. 22 Slut

Under middagen vil vi endvidere overrække foreningens Informationspris, der tildeles det danske børsnoterede selskab, hvis årsregnskab, halvårsregnskab og øvrige informationsgivning i 2006 skønnes at have informeret investorer og analytikere bedst.

Kort om talerne

Anders Jerichow
Journalist, kronikredaktør på Politiken og mellemøstekspert. Præsident for Dansk PEN. Anders Jerichow er kendt som udenrigspolitisk reporter og kommentator, og har skrevet en række bøger om Islam og Mellemøsten. Senest har han udgivet “Grænser for Gud” (2005) og “Profet-affæren: Et PEN-dossier om 12 Muhammed-tegninger – og hvad siden hændte” (2006).

Ian Bremmer
Ian Bremmer is founder and president of Eurasia Group, a global political risk consulting firm. He is also a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute and a columnist for the Financial Times. Dr. Bremmer has held positions at the EastWest Institute, the Harriman Institute, and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His three books include Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States. Dr. Bremmer has published more than 80 articles and essays in such publications as International Affairs and the Journal of Democracy. He holds a PhD in political science from Stanford University.
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Thomas Thygesen
Thomas Thygesen er chef for strategiafdelingen hos BankInvest Group i København. Han har siden 1987 arbejdet som økonom i den finansielle sektor i forskellige stillinger, senest 1998 til 2006 som chef for aktiestrategi hos Enskilda Securities, en svensk investeringsbank. Han er uddannet cand.polit fra Københavns Universitet.

Ian Bremmer short biography
A dedicated intellectual entrepreneur, Ian Bremmer’s career spans academic, investment, and policymaking communities. His focus has been global emerging markets—for Bremmer, those countries where political will matters at least as much to the market as economic fundamentals. Bremmer’s work to define the business of politics has accordingly focused on making political science relevant to global decisionmaking.

Ian Bremmer received his PhD in political science from Stanford University in 1994, specializing in nation- and state-building in the former Soviet Union. Bremmer went on to the faculty of the Hoover Institution where, at 25, he became the Institution’s youngest ever National Fellow. He has held research and faculty positions at Columbia University (where he presently teaches), the EastWest Institute, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the World Policy Institute, where he has served as Senior Fellow since 1997.

Bremmer’s research focuses on states in transition, global political risk, and US foreign policy. In addition to “The J Curve,” his five books include “Nations and Politics in the Soviet Successor States” (Cambridge University Press, 1993), which became the standard college text on the post-Soviet states. Bremmer has also published over 200 articles and essays in “The Harvard Business Review,” “The New Republic,” “Survival,” “Fortune,” “The Los Angeles Times,” “The Washington Post,” “The Financial Times,” “The Wall Street Journal,” and “The New York Times”. He is a columnist for “The International Herald Tribune” and the webzine “Slate,” contributing editor at “The National Interest,” and a political commentator on CNN, FoxNews and CNBC.

In 1998, with $25,000 in hand, Bremmer founded the research and consulting firm Eurasia Group. Today, Eurasia Group is the preeminent global political risk consultancy, with 80 full-time employees in New York, London, and Washington; as well as 480 experts in 65 countries worldwide. Widely respected for its objectivity, Eurasia Group has worked with government leaders (as well as opposition leaders) throughout the world. AIG, Bear Stearns, Boeing, CSFB, ExxonMobil, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, Google, Merrill Lynch, News Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Shell are among Eurasia Group’s more than 200 multinational clients.

In 2001, Bremmer authored Wall Street’s first global political risk index, now the DESIX (Deutsche Bank Eurasia Group Stability Index)—a joint venture with investment bank Deutsche Bank. The DESIX brings together Eurasia Group political scientists with Deutsche economists and strategists, and represents the first time political science methodology has ever been used on Wall Street to assess risk.

Throughout his career, Dr. Bremmer has been firmly committed to a pro-engagement US foreign policy towards the developing world, assessing the relative weight of political and economic interests. He has spent much of his time assisting those who share a commitment to these goals, and has advised world leaders including US presidential candidates from both Republican and Democratic parties, Russian Prime Minister Sergei Kiriyenko, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

A native of Boston, Dr. Bremmer lives in New York and Westport, Connecticut.

Priser

 

Medlemmer: 1075
Ikke-medlemmer: 1475

CFA CE credit hours

 

As a participant in the CFA Institute Approved-Provider Program, CFA Denmark has determined that this event qualifies for credit for the CFA Institute Professional Development Program.
Eligible for 1.5 credit hours.

Details

Date:
18. January 2007
Time:
16:00 - 22:00
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