What would a protracted war in Ukraine mean for Asia-Pacific economies?

The war in Ukraine is entering its second year, with no end in sight. In the fifth episode of the series "Shelter from the storm: Investing in the era of uncertainty," sponsored by EquitiesFirst, we look at the impact of a protracted war in Ukraine on the Asia-Pacific economies. Our guests discuss topics such as how vulnerable APAC economies are to price shocks in an increasingly multipolar world. We also talk about the financial risks of an escalation on the global equity and fixed income markets, and how investors can protect themselves.

Our guests are:

  • Mahesh Menon, director and head of Strategic Initiatives at InCred Global Wealth
  • John Marrett, senior analyst and Asia manager for financial risk at Economist Intelligence Unit

"Shelter from the storm: Investing in the era of uncertainty" is a ten-part podcast series, supported by EquitiesFirst.

The episode is hosted by Bilge Arslan, Analyst, Policy and Insights at Economist Impact.

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