Economic Outlook – Taking Temperature for 2022 and Beyond

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02
Mar 2022

10:00 am - 4:15 pm

SIDC LAMS

Speakers : Ibrahim Sani (Moderator) | Suhaimi Ilias | YBhg. Datuk Johan Mahmood Merican | Jukhee Hong | Farah Rosley | YBhg. Dato’ George Stewart LaBrooy | Philip See Yew Jin

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10 CPE

MYR 650 *Fee is not inclusive of 6% SST

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Economic Outlook – Taking Temperature for 2022 and Beyond

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the economic landscape globally.  Since Malaysia has reached around 80% vaccination of its adult population and the Covid-19 cases had decremented, the economic sectors had gradually reopened and continue to recover.  Nevertheless, the recent emergence of the Omicron variant which has brought the global attention may disrupt the recovery.  However, with proper SOPs, and booster vaccination drive, the economic activities is expected to recover and grow at a faster pace.

According to a recent economic outlook 2022 report, RAM Rating Services Berhad had projected Malaysia’s economic growth to reach 6.8% from an estimated 3.8 percent in expectation of positive momentum from the high vaccination coverage, ongoing vaccine booster rollout and the reopening of more economic and social sectors.

This programme will deliberate on the insights of the global economic outlook and the impact budget 2022 brings to strengthen and rebuild the Malaysian economic sectors and businesses.

Programme Objective

This programme will provide participants with insights on global economic outlook as well as the 2022 Malaysian Budget initiatives, its implementation, impact to the economy and businesses in 2022 and beyond.

 

Mode

Live Webinar

 

Target Audience

Individual

  • Directors, PR & Communications staff, Business Continuity Planning (BCP) teams, Risk Officers, Company Secretaries, Partners of Firms, C-Suites, Lawyers, Accountants, Corporate Consultants, Capital Markets Services Representative’s License Holders, Professionals undertaking corporate advisory work, Financial Controllers, Head of Compliance, Head of Legal, Sustainability Officers, Internal Auditors

Institutions

  • Public Listed Companies (PLCs), Legal Firms, Consultancy Firms, Accounting Firms, Fund Management Companies, Stockbroking Firms, Investment Banks

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this  programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe the global economic review and future outlook
  • Explain the Malaysian Budget 2022, its impact and potentials to the local economy and industries
  • Analyse the tax incentives and implications on local businesses
  • Discuss the future potentials and outlook of business sectors from budget 2022 initiatives
10.00 am Year in Review and Global Economic Outlook Forecast

  • Pandemic and global market trends
  • Inflation – Transitory or mainstay?
  • New norms accelerating the growth of the digital economy amid chip shortages
  • Risks landscape surrounding trade disputes and climate crisis
  • Push factor towards recovery and growth in trade and services
  • Confidence index following global supply chain disruptions
  • Progress and development potentials in Capital Market Master Plan 2022-2025

Speaker: Suhaimi Ilias, Chief Economist, Maybank

11.00 am Screen Break
11.15 am 2022 Malaysian Budget Impact and Potentials

  • Malaysia’s economic performance against other ASEAN countries
  • Potentials from global economic shift to Asia and emerging economies
  • 12th Malaysia Plan vs Budget 2022
  • Revitalise and reform initiatives implementations

Speaker:

  1. YBhg. Datuk Johan Mahmood Merican, National Budget Director, Ministry of Finance
  2. Jukhee Hong, Executive Director, CARI ASEAN Research and Advocacy
12.15 am Lunch Break
2.00 pm 2022 Tax Measures and Impact on Businesses

  • Analysis of tax imposition, treatment, deferment and its impact
  • Outlook, areas of concern and challenges

Speaker: Farah Rosley, Malaysia Tax Leader, EY

3.00 pm Break
3.15 pm Budget 2022 – Sectoral Impact, Potentials and Future Outlook

  • Top performing and contact sensitive sectors in 2021 and 2022 forecast
  • The potential growth sectors for 2022

Speaker:

  1. YBhg. Dato’ George Stewart LaBrooy, Executive Chairman, Area Management Sdn Bhd
  2. Philip See Yew Jin, Chief Executive Officer of FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd and Acting Chief Sustainability Officer of Malaysia Aviation Group
4.15 pm End of Programme

About the Speaker

Ibrahim Sani (Moderator)

Senior Current Affairs Editor, Executive Producer
Astro Awani

Suhaimi Ilias

Chief Economist
Maybank

YBhg. Datuk Johan Mahmood Merican

National Budget Director
Ministry of Finance, Malaysia

Jukhee Hong

Executive Director
CARI ASEAN Research and Advocacy

Farah Rosley

Malaysia Tax Leader
EY

YBhg. Dato’ George Stewart LaBrooy

Executive Chairman
Area Management Sdn Bhd

Philip See Yew Jin

Chief Executive Officer of FlyFirefly Sdn Bhd and Acting Chief Sustainability Officer of Malaysia Aviation Group

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