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Vikram Mansharamani – Conference

Thank you Vikram Mansharamani for the excellent presentation!

Navigating Uncertainty:  An Unconventional Approach

Populism, negative interest rates, international trade tensions, and credit bubbles — apply a unique combination of practitioner experience and academic perspective to navigate the global cross-currents of these economic, financial, and geopolitical influences. Vikram Mansharamani will share his perspective and research while discussing the world today, the world he sees coming, and the risks and opportunities that that world presents, as well as what it means for Uruguay. Using examples from a variety of industries and sectors, Mansharamani’s insights will help you re-examine the nature of economic growth, regionally and globally, and gain a better understanding of how it will shape the future of businesses and investments. Expect many surprising and unconventional conclusions.

Vikram Mansharamani BIO (for his complete bio go to )

Vikram Mansharamani is a consultant to global businesses, lecturer at Harvard’s Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, investor and author of Boombustology: Spotting Financial Bubbles Before They Burst.  He advises business leaders and investors on how to look at the world differently to manage risks, navigate radical uncertainty and discover opportunities by peering into the future on crucial areas like China, the global economy, housing, food, investing, financial cycles, emerging markets and energy.  Mansharamani has been a contributor to the major financial news media including BloombergMarketWatchCNBCForbesFortuneThe New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalWorth magazine, PBS NewsHour, The AtlanticThe South China Morning PostThe Korea TimesThe Khaleej Times, and The Daily Beast, among others.  LinkedIn named Vikram #1 on their 10 Top Voices for Money, Global Economics, and Finance for both 2015 and 2016 and Worth magazine listed him on their “Power 100” list for global finance for 2017.  He regularly speaks with investors focused on allocating large pools of capital including sovereign wealth funds, family offices, endowments, foundations, and registered investment advisors.  He earned a Ph.D. and MS from the Sloan School of Management at MIT, an MS in Political Science from MIT, and a BA from Yale University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.


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