Five Themes Driving Equity Markets Over the Next 10 Years With a Spotlight on Emerging Markets, Featuring Katie Koch
September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Join us on Wednesday, September 25 at the Omni William Penn in the Lawrence Welk Room for a luncheon discussion featuring Katie Koch.
“India is basically where China was back in 2000. We think India is going to have the strongest GDP growth of any emerging economy over the next ten years.” —Katie Koch
Join us for a luncheon with Katie Koch as she discusses how the recent growth of business opportunities in India has been propelled by government change and demographics, how this situation in the subcontinent rivals China’s past growth explosions, and what this could mean for investors domestically and abroad.
Registration & check-in will begin at 11:30 am, and speaker remarks and lunch will begin at 12:00 pm.
About Kathryn Koch — Consumer and Investment Management, New York
Katie is co-head of the Fundamental Equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM). The Fundamental Equity team manages a broad range of equity solutions on behalf of institutional and individual clients around the world.
Previously, Katie worked in GSAM’s London office, where she led several businesses over 10 years. Most recently, she was head of the Global Portfolio Solutions (GPS) Group for the international business, managing multi-asset class portfolios and serving on the GPS Investment Committee. Katie joined Goldman Sachs as an analyst in 2002 and was named managing director in 2011 and partner in 2016.
In 2015, Katie was honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. She has been named one of the Top Women in Asset Management by Money Management Executive and as a Rising Star in Asset Management by Financial News. Katie has also contributed to Goldman Sachs’ research efforts on the economic enfranchisement of women in the developing world. She serves on the Board of Trustees for Patton’s Veterans Project.
Katie earned a BA, magna cum laude, in English and Economics from the University of Notre Dame in 2002.