ILA Members New Year's Event 2021
"Geopolitical preview for 2021"
Carine Feipel, Chair of ILA, on behalf of the Board of Directors has the pleasure to invite you to the 2021 ILA New Year's event.
There is no doubt that 2020 was a difficult year for all of us. The Covid 19 pandemic but also climate change and geopolitics have altered the live of everybody in this planet including businesses and boards..
What are the trends for 2021? and more specifically, what is the geopolitical preview for 2021? How is this going to affect Europe?
Join us for the ILA New Year's Event and find out more about the big geopolitical trends in 2021. We are honored to count with the participation as key note speaker of Thomas W. Mucha, Managing Director and Geopolitical Strategist at Wellington Management.
This event will allow us to thank you for your support throughout this difficult year and at the same time, we will take this opportunity to present to you some exciting projects that we will launch in the following months.
Don't miss it!
Thomas W. Mucha
Managing Director and Geopolitical Strategist
As a member of the firm’s Global Macro Strategy Group, Thomas conducts research on the macro and market implications of geopolitical risk. In his role, he also focuses on internal and external communication efforts, with a particular emphasis on connecting our macro insights to actionable investment ideas in client portfolios. In addition, he is a frequent speaker at Wellington client events and investment seminars worldwide.
Prior to joining Wellington Management in 2015, Thomas had a successful career in journalism as a writer, producer, and editor focused on global business, economics, and geopolitics. He joined Wellington Management from GlobalPost, where he oversaw editorial operations and wrote a column on global business and economics, as well as its Macro blog on the global economy (2008 – 2015). Prior to GlobalPost, Thomas worked as a writer, producer, and editor for CNN and CNN International in New York and London, where he covered Wall Street and the US and global economies, including emerging markets (1991 – 1998). He also worked in similar roles at Crain’s Chicago Business (2005 – 2008) and Time Inc.’s Business 2.0 Magazine (2001 – 2005).
Thomas earned his MA in international relations and economics from the University of Chicago (2002) and his BA in English from Michigan State University (1991).