We’re delighted to invite you to join economists from across our Emerging Markets team for this exclusive in-person roundtable. During this hour-long session, you and a select group of your peers will hear about the key macro and market issues facing EMs, get your questions answered, and participate in lively discussion with our economists on the outlook for the coming months.
The team will be addressing key issues, including:
- Identifying the future EM “growth stars”.
- What Trump 2.0 would mean for Emerging Markets.
We will also be taking this opportunity to introduce our new, proprietary EM Financial Risk Indicators, and unpack what they tell us about vulnerabilities across the emerging world.
Request your space
Complete the form below to request your space at the event. A member of our team will be in touch to confirm.
Meet our speakers:
Deputy Chief Emerging Markets Economist
Shilan Shah is our Deputy Chief EM Economist, with responsibility for researching and presenting on pan-EM themes as well as leading our India service. He joined Capital Economics in 2012 and was based in our Singapore office for several years before returning to London in 2022. Shilan has a Bachelors degree in Economics from University College London and a Masters degree in Politics from the University of Warwick.
Chief Emerging Markets Economist
William Jackson is Capital Economics’ Chief Emerging Markets Economist. He leads a team of economists covering Emerging Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. William also works closely with Mark Williams on our Emerging Markets overview service looking at EM-wide themes. Prior to joining Capital Economics, William was a research assistant at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) and a contributor to the Oxford Analytica Daily Brief. He holds a degree in Politics, Economics and Philosophy from the University of York and in Latin American Studies from the University of Oxford.
Senior Emerging Markets Economist
Liam Peach is a Senior Emerging Markets Economist leading our coverage of Emerging Europe and contributing to our Emerging Markets Overview service. Liam joined Capital Economics in 2017 and has developed a strong track record at forecasting the economies of Russia and Central and Eastern Europe. He regularly presents to clients and his views are frequently sought after by global media organisations, including the Financial Times, Bloomberg and the BBC. Liam previously worked as an economist at the UK Office for National Statistics. He holds a BSc in Economic and Econometrics from the University of Bristol and an MSc in Economics from City, University of London.
Leah is an Assistant Economist and joined Capital Economics on the graduate scheme in September 2022. Prior to joining Capital, she completed a summer internship at CPP Investments with the International Europe team. Leah has a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University.