A fireside chat with John Emerson & Daniele Antonucci
Brown Shipley was delighted to host a fireside chat with John Emerson, Vice Chair at Capital Group and Daniele Antonucci, Chief Economist and Macro Strategist on 27 September 2022.
John, reflecting on his experience as US Ambassador to Germany and deputy assistant to President Clinton, shared his thoughts on the Ukraine war, the upcoming US midterm elections and the current challenges facing the UK and global markets.
Prior to joining Capital Group, John was deputy assistant to President Clinton where he coordinated his economic conferences, served as the president’s liaison to the nation’s governors, and led the administration’s efforts to obtain congressional approval of the GATT Uruguay Round Agreement and the extension of China’s MFN trading status.
Most recently John served as the US Ambassador to Germany in the Obama administration. Additionally, he was appointed by President Obama to serve on his Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations.
Before working in the Clinton White House, John served as Los Angeles Chief Deputy City Attorney, and was a partner in the law firm of Manatt, Phelps, Rothenberg, and Phillips.
In 2015, John was awarded the State Department’s Susan M. Cobb Award for Exemplary Diplomatic Service, which is given annually to one non-career ambassador, and in 2017 he was awarded the CIA Medal and the U.S. Navy’s Distinguished Public Service award. John is based in Los Angeles.
Daniele Antonucci, Managing Director and Chief Economist & Macro Strategist.
Daniele is a member of the asset allocation committee and oversees the research on the economic and policy outlook underpinning tactical and strategic market insights. He’s responsible for the formulation and communication of global macro strategy.
Prior to joining Quintet in 2020, Daniele served as chief euro area economist at Morgan Stanley. Earlier, he worked at Capital Economics, Merrill Lynch, Moody’s KMV and the Confederation of Italian Industry. Daniele holds a master’s degree in economics from Duke University, graduated from the Sapienza University of Rome and studied at EHSAL in Brussels. He’s an ECB Shadow Council member.
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