13 January 2021, 6:30 pm
13 January 2021

The past year was unlike any other, and January 6th showed us that 2021 is probably not going to be any less complicated.

So what is in store for 2021? In this 30min keynote exclusively for us HHL Alumni, tune in to hear from HHL's Dean, Prof. Dr. Stephan Stubner, as well as other HHL professors' thoughts on the outlook for 2021, as well as what conditions they see necessary for a continued recovery in global activity. Currently, the world is improving amid strong fiscal and monetary stimulus, accelerated technological innovation and investments in carbon mitigation. However, uncertainties abound, from geopolitics and de-globalisation to the effects of lower-for-longer interest rates across asset classes. How should we put this all together?

This is the kickoff to the series "Outlook 2021: Opportunity in Adversity" that will generally take place on either Wednesday or Thursday evenings (6:30-7:00 pm CET) throughout January and February.

Want some input beforehand?
- Watch: The Financial Time's video, "How the World Could Change in 2021".
- Read: The Visual Capitalist's article, "Prediction Consensus: What the Experts See Coming in 2021"

Tune in here:
Meeting-ID: 899 6396 8633
Passcode: 604067