Investment Economist, Sanlam
A new world economic order?
A sense of unease prevails amidst heightened geo-political tension, the emergence of “populism”, perennial threats of European Economic and Monetary Union disintegration, trade war fears and the Brexit wrangle.
Together, these developments signal a challenge to the global order which has dominated economic and market outcomes for decades.
Whereto from here? Are we shifting towards a new world economic order? If so, what could it look like?
Arthur Kamp has been an investment economist at Sanlam Investment Management since 2005, providing economics input on the domestic and global economy to the Asset Allocation team.
Prior to SIM, Kamp worked as an economics consultant at Eskom from 1990 to 1995 and thereafter spent 10 years working as an economist at stock broking firm Simpson McKie, which was later purchased by the global investment bank, HSBC.
Kamp holds a Hons. B-Econ (Economics) Cum Laude degree from the University of Stellenbosch and a MSc. Financial Economics degree from the University of London.