Business Breakfast with Jens Magnusson, Chief Economist, SEB

Welcome to this Business Breakfast with Jens Magnusson, Chief Economist of SEB, on the macroeconomic outlook for Sweden and the United Kingdom post-Brexit and whilst living with a global pandemic.

Jens is SEB's chief economist and has the overall responsibility for SEB's Swedish and global analyzes of macroeconomics and economic policy. He joined SEB in 2005 from a position as Chancellor in the Ministry of Finance. Jens has, among other things, been the bank's personal economist, head of investment analysis within branch operations, and head of external analysis within SEB Pension & Insurance. He is educated at Stockholm University and Australia National University with degrees in economics, political science, and international relations.

About the Business Breakfast

The SCC's Business Breakfast bring together tailored and differently composed, intimate groups of business leaders for interactive discussions, following Chatham House Rule.

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Please register your interest to attend this event. Participant lists are curated with the theme of each Business Breakfast in mind, for all attendees to get the most out of the discussions. You will be notified if your seat has been confirmed. Payment will be made upon confirmation. By booking, non-members pay £15.

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Bookings are non-refundable, but at the discretion of the organiser, you can change the name of the person attending. For this, please contact

Business Breakfast with Jens Magnusson, Chief Economist, SEB

2 November, 8:00am - 10:00am

Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK, Sweden House, 5 Upper Montagu Street, London W1H 2AG

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