EDUCATION SESSION #1105
2020 Global Market Outlook and Portfolio Strategies First Event in South Florida
You are warmly invited to attend 100 Women in Finance's first event in South Florida to be held in the evening of February 26th in Miami.

Look into the future and evaluate investment strategies for 2020. Gain insights for your clients' portfolios, and your own. Joyce Chang, Chair of Global Research, J.P. Morgan, Lale Topcu oglu, Senior Fund Manager and Head of Credit, J O Hambro Capital Management, and Simon Potter, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics, who headed the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Markets Group until late last year, will share their outlooks on key issues, including:

  • Global macro forecasts and market views
  • Key themes across asset classes
  • Digital currencies
  • Fed monetary policy
  • Geopolitical risks

Bring your questions and prepare to take a broad perspective.

This is an opportunity to network with colleagues, meet the 100WF South Florida committee, and learn about 100 Women in Finance's three core pillars: Education, Peer Engagement and Impact.

If you are not already a member, we kindly ask you to join 100WF .
DATE
26 February 2020
TIME
5:00 PM Registration
5:30 PM Event Begins
The program will begin promptly at 5:30 PM ; please allow time to get through building security and to register before the event begins.
LOCATION
Akerman
Brickell City Centre
98 SE 7th Street,11th Floor
Miami , FL 33131
PARTICIPANTS
Joyce Chang
J.P. Morgan

Simon Potter
Peterson Institute for International Economics

Lale Topcuoglu
J O Hambro Capital Management

Janis K. Cheezem
Moderator
Akerman
HOST
Akerman
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BIOGRAPHIES
Joyce Chang
Chair of Global Research, J.P. Morgan

Joyce is chair of Global Research at J.P. Morgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank, a global leader in Banking, Markets and Investor Services. J.P. Morgan’s Global Research professionals study all sectors in which the firm does business, including equities, fixed income, currency and commodities, emerging markets, derivatives and structured finance. The global research team has been named the top global research firm for 2017 and 2018 by Institutional Investor. Joyce was most recently Global Head of Research for the Corporate and Investment Bank, a role she held for more than five years. She was previously Global Head of Fixed Income Research and began her career as an Emerging Markets Strategist. From 1997 through 2012, Joyce held top rankings in Institutional Investor surveys for Emerging Markets research, earning 25 #1 individual rankings. In 2014, she was inducted into the Fixed Income Analyst Society Hall of Fame. Joyce was a Managing Director at Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers prior to joining J.P. Morgan Chase in 1999. She serves on the Board of Directors of Trickle Up and Girls Inc. and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Economic Club of New York, the Bretton Woods Committee and the Inter-American Dialogue. She is the Senior Sponsor for J.P. Morgan’s Corporate and Investment Bank Women on the Move Network, the network for employees of Asian heritage (AsPIRE) and Nonprofit Board Service. She has been named as one of Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance by American Banker since 2012.

Simon Potter
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

Simon Potter has been a nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics since September 2019. His current research focuses on central bank operations, monetary policy, digital currencies, reference rates, the role of the dollar, and economic forecasting. Prior to joining the Institute, he was head of the Markets Group and System Open Market Account (SOMA) manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In this role, he oversaw the implementation of domestic open market and foreign exchange trading operations on behalf of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the execution of fiscal agent support for the US Treasury, the provision of account services to foreign and international monetary authorities, and the administration and production of reference interest rates for US money markets. He started at the New York Fed in June 1998 and served as director of economic research and co- head of the Research and Statistics Group at the New York Fed, prior to becoming head of the Markets Group in June 2012 where he was responsible for monetary policy advice. He played a prominent role in the Federal Reserve’s financial stability efforts, including by contributing to the design of the 2009 US bank stress tests, as a member of the international Macroeconomic Assessment Group that supported the Basel Committee’s work to strengthen bank capital standards and, most recently, as chair of the Global Foreign Exchange Committee. In addition, he worked for the Financial Stability Oversight Council in 2011 to produce its first annual report. Prior to working at the New York Fed, he was an assistant professor at the University of California Los Angeles. He has also taught at Johns Hopkins University, New York University, and Princeton. His academic research focused on applying Bayesian methods to time series models. Simon holds PhD in Economics from the university of Wisconsin-Madison and has both MPhil in Economics and Bachelor of Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford.

Lale Topcuoglu
Senior Fund Manager and Head of Credit, J O Hambro Capital Management
Lale is a Senior Fund Manager and Head of Credit for JOHCM's Multi-Asset Value team. She comes to JOHCM after spending 17 years at Goldman Sachs in various leadership roles, where she invested across credit and equity markets. Prior to joining JOHCM, she was the Global Head of Alternative Corporate Credit and the portfolio manager for corporate credit exposures in multi-asset class fixed income and equity commingled Income Builder portfolios at Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM). Her previous roles at GSAM included co-head of Global investment Grade and Senior Analyst on the Bank Loan team. She started her career as a sell-side research analyst in 1999 at Goldman Sachs, covering Cable, Satellite and Wireless Towers Sectors in both credit and equity research. She was named Managing Director in 2010. Lale earned a BA in Economics and Politics, cum laude, from Mount Holyoke College

Janis K. Cheezem
Partner, Akerman

Janis K. Cheezem, a real estate partner in Akerman's Miami office, represents major investors in real estate in a variety of transactional matters. Janis is recognized in Who's Who Legal and The Best Lawyers in America for real estate law. Her work includes acquisitions, dispositions, financing and leasing (including long term ground leasing) across multiple asset classes including office, retail, industrial, mixed use, and residential. Janis has been primarily responsible for the leasing, sale, purchase and financing of many millions of square feet of properties across all asset classes. Janis also has extensive experience is workouts, restructurings, and the redeployment of distressed assets during down cycles. Janis has a particular interest in allocation of risk issues in the ownership of real estate. Janis is a frequent speaker before numerous professional organizations. She currently serves as legal counsel and a member of the Board of CREW Miami and is Vice President and incoming president of CIASF, the Commercial and Industrial Association of South Florida. Janis holds a B.A. with High Distinction from Simmons College and a J.D. with honors and LLM in real estate development from the University of Miami.
ABOUT
Akerman
Akerman is a top 100 U.S. law firm recognized among the most forward thinking firms in the industry by Financial Times. Akerman’s more than 700 lawyers and business professionals offer comprehensive, fully integrated counsel to clients across the United States and the world. Akerman represents many of the nation’s largest financial institutions, institutional investors, debt funds, private equity groups, REITs, investment banks, banking associations, life insurance companies, and developers in domestic and international matters. Akerman operates from 25 offices in major commercial markets, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit  www.akerman.com .
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