Dr. Mohamed A. El-Arian’s Live Webinar

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Dr. Mohamed El Erian, the worldwide recognized economist, gave a live lecture on Facebook from his headquarters in California on Thursday, 7 May 2020, at 9:00 PM (Cairo Time).

Dr. Mohamed A. El-Erian has worked on economic and financial issues in the public and private sectors. He is the Chief Economic Advisor at Allianz, the corporate parent of PIMCO. He formerly served as chief executive and co-chief investment officer (2007-14) and is a Professor of Practice at the Wharton School. He also serves as senior advisor to Gramercy, a columnist for Bloomberg View, a contributing editor at the Financial Times, a member of the boards of Barclays and UnderArmour, and several non-profits. Elected in May 2019, he is scheduled to succeed Lord Eatwell as President of Queens College Cambridge in October 2020.

From December 2012 to January 2017, Dr. Mohamed El-Erian chaired President Obama's Global Development Council. He was named to Foreign Policy's list of "Top 100 Global Thinkers" for four years. Dr. Mohamed El-Erian first joined PIMCO in April 1999 and, until February 2006, led the emerging markets portfolio management team. He returned to PIMCO in December 2007 as co-CEO and co-CIO. Before PIMCO, he was an international civil servant at the IMF in Washington DC for 15 years and president and CEO of Harvard Management Company for the two years interim years.

This entity manages Harvard's endowment. He has published widely on international economic and finance topics. His 2008 book, "When Markets Collide," was a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, won the Financial Times/Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year and was named a book of the year by The Economist and one of the best business books of all time by the Independent (UK). His 2016 book, "The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability and Avoiding the Next Collapse," was also a New York Times bestseller and was listed by Inc. as one of the "25 of the Most Inspiring Books Everyone Should Read." He holds a master's degree and a doctorate in economics from Oxford University and received his undergraduate degree in Economics from Cambridge University.

He is a massive fan of the New York Jets and New York Mets. His recent article may be found on