Lead Asia Economist
Priyanka Kishore has more than a decade’s experience in macroeconomic research and forecasting across emerging markets, with a special focus on India and ASEAN.
She currently leads Oxford Economics’ Singapore Global Macro Services team and is responsible for overseeing the firm’s South and South East Asia research. Her role includes co-ordinating OE’s Asia views and forecasts, undertaking related consultancy work and doing client presentations. In addition, she specializes in macro-modelling and scenario analysis aimed at quantifying the short and medium-term impact of exogenous shocks on different economies.
Before joining Oxford economics, Priyanka worked as a strategist and economist in the banking sector. She was in charge of South Asia FX views and trading strategies at the Standard Chartered Bank. Prior to that, she was Senior Economist with ICICI Bank, India’s largest private bank, and worked on a broad range of research for developed and emerging economies. In her last role, she was the head of emerging Asia research for ICICI.
Priyanka holds a Master’s in Economics from Delhi School of Economics, India.
Session(s): Day 1 - 29 May 2018
10.30 After China, what next for commodities?
Commodities have been a China story for a long time now. But with the mainland decelerating, where will the growth come from? Will India and South-east Asia step in?
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