Whilst the IMF is warning ‘the worst is yet to come’ when looking at the global marketplace, Bloomberg is talking about a global 20% drop in property value as a massive correction to overpricing, and Australia, it says, is the fourth most nation at risk. We post the questions: will the war in Ukraine continue to hold back growth and opportunity in the rest of the world? And what does it mean if China and the US don’t bounce back quickly?
We heard from speakers in the United States, the United Kingdom, China and Australia:
Brent Morgan, Rodgers Reidy - Australia
Brent has worked in the business recovery and insolvency field since 1996, with a particular focus on business evaluations, corporate recoveries, and formal, corporate insolvency administrations. Prior to co-founding Rogers Reidy Melbourne office, Brent was a director of the Rogers Reidy predecessor firm. Previous to this he spent two years working in insolvency in the United Kingdom for Tenon Recovery.
Robert Law, Asialink Business, Australia
Robert is passionate about helping businesses unlock Asia growth opportunities. He is a former diplomat, intelligence analyst and strategy consultant. As Director, Advisory and Insights at Asialink Business, he works with businesses on the Asian market entry and growth strategies and is a trusted adviser to governments on regional economic engagement. His analysis has been published in the Australian Financial Review on the Australian.
Adrian Hyde, Begbies Traynor Group, United Kingdom
Adrian Hyde is a partner in Begbies Traynor Group, a licensed Insolvency Practitioner and non- practising solicitor. He is the firms international practice head and is based in London. Adrian’s insolvency practice focuses on matters involving offshore and cross-border work, including litigation, asset tracing, and regulatory-driven appointments. His practice covers a wide range of matters varying in size and jurisdiction.
Art Hogan, B.Riley Wealth, USA
Art Hogan is a Managing Director and the Chief Market Strategist with B.Riley Wealth and is based in New York. He is insightful commentary and straightforward manner have made Art a respected and well-known figure in the financial media for many years. He frequently appears in live interviews on CNBC, Fox Business and Bloomberg TV, and is quoted regularly in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, Yahoo! Finance and many other outlets across the globe.