Everything Macro with Peter Oppenheimer, Chief Global Equity Strategist at Goldman Sachs
18:00 - 16 March, 2021
We invite Peter Oppenheimer, Chief Global Strategist and head of Macro Research in Europe at Goldman Sachs, to talk about Everything Macro. In this session Peter will deliver a presentation assessing the current market cycle, and his views on responses to COVID-19. Throughout the session you will have the opportunity to learn from a global leader in investment banking, the opportunity to ask your own questions about the market and find out pressing issues in the market!
Get ready for his presentation: 'Reflation, Rotation & Risks'
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Chief Global Equity Strategist and Head of Macro Research in Europe
Peter C Oppenheimer is Chief Global Equity Strategist and head of Macro Research in Europe at Goldman Sachs. He is a member of the Research Operating Group and Structured Research Products Group. Peter joined Goldman Sachs in 2002 as European and Global Strategist and was named Managing Director in 2003 and Partner in 2006.
Prior to joining the firm, Peter worked as Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist at HSBC and was previously head of European Strategy at James Capel. Prior to that, he was Chief Economic Strategist at Hambros Bank. Peter began his career as an economist at Greenwells in 1985.
Peter is a trustee of The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, a children’s charity dedicated to providing training and support for child mental health services, and is a trustee of Mitzvah Day, a charity that brings people together from all backgrounds, through Jewish-led social action. He is also a member of the Motability Endowment Trust Investment Committee, a charity that helps disabled people with their mobility.
Peter earned a BSc, first class, in Geography from the London School of Economics in 1985.
In this episode of Talks at GS, Goldman Sachs Research’s Peter Oppenheimer discusses his new book, "The Long Good Buy: Analyzing Cycles in the Markets," his assessment of the current market cycle, and his views on how the policy response to COVID-19 will impact the future of the markets.