Former Chief Economist at Lloyds Bank & Rotating Chair of the Institute of Economic Affairs’ Shadow Monetary Policy Committee
- Over a decade of experience as Chief Economist at Lloyds Bank
- Expert at analyzing external factors and how they affect economies and economic trends
- Co-Author of Trading Economics
Trevor Williams served as Chief Economist at Lloyds Bank for over a decade. Now an author, academic and consultant, he analyses the key trends and policies that shape the economy and markets. From energy and climate to how companies use their data to understand the wider economy, he brings clarity and relevance to an often complex and abstract field.
Wednesday December 7, 2022
What Higher Interest Rates Will Mean for the Primary Markets
- Implications of rapidly rising interest rates on economic policy
- What the end of low-interest rates will mean for new equity issuance worldwide
- Why volatile interest rates will pose not only more risk, but more opportunities
- Will the new interest rate environment be a boon or hindrance to alternative finance strategies
- Using big data to chart leading indicators and make sense of an increasingly complex world
- Negative yields are persisting despite higher nominal rates - why is this?