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Dine on Davos 2015

The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos brings together a mix of politicians, heads of government, people of the business world, visionaries and celebrities. An annual Lloyds Bank Private Banking event reflects on the issues discussed at Davos. In these videos, Trevor Williams, Chief Economist, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, Markus Stadlmann, Chief Investment Officer, Lloyds Bank Private Banking, and Anne Widdecombe, former Conservative MP, offer their opinions on the themes and key points of the 2015 event.

Views expressed by contributors are their own as at 4 February 2015 and should not be relied upon as fact or when making investment decisions.

Davos – Trevor Williams

What do you understand the theme of the New Global Context to mean?

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Davos – Markus Stadlmann

Do you think current low interest rates are sustainable?

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Davos – Anne Widdecombe

What would you like to see debated at Davos in 2016?

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