Supply chains and global shipping are very much on the market’s mind at the moment. What is causing our current shipping/port snarls? Will it get worse? How long will this disruption last? How can it be resolved? Are there any geopolitical implications, or is this strictly business? And what does the past suggest for what the future may look like?
Join us on Wednesday, 20 October 2021 at 4pm Singapore time as the Rabobank crew navigate to discuss these key topics and more.
About the Speakers
Senior Specialist F&A Supply Chains, RR F&A Europe & Africa
Matteo Iagatti joined the Rabobank Supply Chain Team in 2018. He covers all aspect related to food logistics from cold chain to Agri bulk and foodservice. Matteo holds a PhD in Agricultural Policies.
Global Strategist of Financial Markets Research, Rabobank Singapore
Michael analyses major global thematic developments with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region. His cross-disciplinary, historical approach to markets helped to predict the onset of a China-US trade war and subsequent deterioration in relations as far back as 2017. Michael has over two decades of experience in economics, country risk analysis, fixed income, and FX and before moving to Singapore worked in Hong Kong, Bangkok, London, and Sydney, as well as additionally having lived in Bratislava, Moscow, Kanazawa, and Haifa. He is a sought-after speaker and panellist at conferences and roundtables, and quoted regularly in international press, TV, and markets websites.