Webinar Series Global launch of Credit Suisse Supertrends report
Wednesday, May 6, 2020 | 3:00pm to 4:00pm (Singapore/Hong Kong time)
Our normal way of life has ground to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, in its implacable ways, the crisis has naturally uncovered the limitations of our current ways of living, working, producing and trading, thereby sowing the seeds of more changes ahead. The balance between urbanization and decentralization, concentration and remoteness, cost-effectiveness and production-security are only some of the re-thinking that will be catalyzed by the 2020 pandemic.
How will technology and infrastructure serve to enable the type of flexibility required in the face of on/off changes in working and living modes as we have recently experienced worldwide? Has the impact of shutdowns and resulting lessening of carbon emission made it clearer than ever the link between human economic activity and climate change? Will this precipitate the de-carbonization of economic growth and buttress the transformation in energy, transportation and agriculture in the coming years?
We believe the answers lie in many of the themes our Supertrends have been focusing on over the past years. Credit Suisse’s key architects of our Supertrends discussed more about the latest know-how at this webinar.
About the speakers
Chief Investment Officer, International Wealth Management (IWM) and Global Head, Economics & Research, Credit Suisse
Nannette Hechler-Fayd’herbe is Chief Investment Officer of International Wealth Management (IWM) and Global Head Economics & Research of Credit Suisse.
She has been with Credit Suisse since 1999, originally joining the group as the Head of Swiss Fixed Income and Credit Research at CSFB. In 2006 she transferred to Credit Suisse’s Private Banking division, where she was put in charge of global fixed-income and credit strategy advice. In 2011, as Head Global Financial Markets Research, she extended her responsibility to the research coverage of all asset classes for the Private Banking division. In August 2013, she became Head Investment Strategy, directly driving the investment strategy of all discretionary and advisory investment solutions of Credit Suisse.
She is a long-standing member of the Global Investment Committee and previously was a board member of the Credit Suisse Pension Fund Switzerland for several years and a board member of the International Capital Markets Association.
Ms. Hechler-Fayd’herbe is married and the mother of two children. In her spare time she enjoys playing the piano and likes to go sailing around the Mediterranean with her family as often as possible.
Managing Director and Head of Single Security Research, Equity & Credit, Credit Suisse
Daniel Rupli is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the Private Banking Division, based in Zurich. He is Head of Single Security Research within Investment Solutions Products - a division of International Wealth Management.
As Head of Single Security Research Mr. Rupli is responsible for the bottom-up analysis for single companies assigning a fundamental view as well as providing investment recommendations on stocks and bonds. Further to this, he is also responsible for the thematic equity research delivery. Mr. Rupli represents Credit Suisse's research expertise in internal and external conferences and client meetings.
Mr. Rupli joined Credit Suisse in 2009 as a Senior Credit Analyst within Investment Strategy Research. Prior to this, he worked in similar roles for another large Swiss bank. He has over 20 years of industry experience. He is a Swiss certified banking expert with federal diploma.