14 May 2019 - East Region Committee Event in Dublin - Economic Outlook in Uncertain Times


About the event

The East Region Committee invite you to join them as they bring you this unique opportunity to hear the views of two top economists – Simon Barry, Chief Economist Ulster Bank and Oliver Mangan, Chief Economist AIB

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Simon Barry
Simon Barry is Chief Economist Republic of Ireland at Ulster Bank. His areas of responsibility include coverage of the Irish economy as well as the major international economies and related interest rate and foreign exchange rate markets. Before joining Ulster Bank, Simon spent some 7 years as Senior Economist with Bank of Ireland Global Markets. Prior to that, he worked as a Senior Consultant with Goodbody Economic Consultants having also worked as a lecturer in economics in Waterford Institute of Technology. He has also served as a member of the Board of Forfas - the Irish government’s former advisory body for enterprise, trade, science, technology and innovation. He holds B.Comm. and M.Econ.Sc. degrees from University College Dublin.

Oliver Mangan
Oliver has worked as an economist in financial markets since 1990, first for Davy Stockbrokers and then AIB Treasury. He specialises in macro-economic forecasting and analysis of interest rate and currency markets. He also worked for the Australian Central Bank in Sydney and started his career as an economist in the Irish Civil Service. He holds a Masters Degree in Economic Science from UCD.

2012- 2019 Chief Economist, AIB Group
1997-2012 Chief Bond Economist, AIB Global Treasury
1990-1996 Senior Economist, Davy Stockbrokers
1988-1989 Economist, Reserve Bank of Australia (Sydney)
1985- 1988 Economist, Irish Civil Service


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