Predictions 2022 Panels

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Watch discussions with leading corporate executives, policymakers and investors.

BVTV: Predictions 2022 panel

In the final installment of Breakingviews’ look-ahead series, Rob Cox chats with Martin Sorrell, Carlos Eduardo Espinal from Seedcamp and Katie Koch and Brook Dane from Goldman Sachs Asset Management about where to invest this year, the return of Donald Trump and much more.


BVTV: Europe’s digital future

European antitrust tsar Margrethe Vestager’s 2022 agenda includes shepherding through a landmark piece of technology regulation and continuing her fight against behemoths like Amazon. She joined Breakingviews to talk about everything from Joe Rogan to telecoms M&A.


BVTV: Fed and high inflation

The U.S. central bank faces the tricky task of curbing price pressures without slamming the brakes on growth and job creation. San Francisco Fed boss Mary Daly tells Swaha Pattanaik how that balancing act is being tackled and gives her views on the outlook for interest rates.


BVTV: UniCredit’s journey

Weeks after unveiling a bold strategic plan, the $35 bln Italian lender faces volatile markets and a challenging economic environment. UniCredit CEO Andrea Orcel joins Breakingviews to discuss how the unfolding macro scenario is affecting his strategy and what role M&A may play.


BVTV: Hydrogen push

Is hydrogen moving from hype to reality? U.S. chemicals group Air Products aims to be the leader in CO2-free green hydrogen by 2026. But it’s also investing heavily in a less clean version of the gas. CEO Seifi Ghasemi shares with Lisa Jucca the details of his strategy.


BVTV: Morgan Stanley’s Gorman

The chief executive and chairman of the $180 bln Wall Street investment banking firm and wealth manager sat down with Breakingviews to discuss his outlook for the year ahead, volatility in global equity markets and the company’s ambitions to reach $10 trln of client assets.


BVTV: Chinese Tesla speeds up

Electric-car maker Xpeng is venturing overseas, into the metaverse, and even into the skies. President Brian Gu tells Katrina Hamlin how the $40 bln company’s commitment to engineering its own technology is helping the marque to hold its own against Elon Musk and rivals.


BVTV: Zurich CEO’s risk list

As the head of Zurich Insurance, Mario Greco is paid to think about what could go wrong. A failure to halt the planet warming up is at the top of his list. But he’s optimistic that the problem can be resolved, as he tells Breakingviews in this exclusive one-on-one interview.


BVTV: Looking up Down Under

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg kicks off the Breakingviews Predictions and Prescriptions 2022 event series in a wide-ranging chat about “A World in Transition”. Despite threats from Covid-19, China and climate change, he is optimistic about his country’s economic prospects.