2023 Macroeconomic View with CNBC

Contributor David M. Lebovitz


2023 Macroeconomic View with CNBC Contributor David M. Lebovitz

In this session, we will deep dive into different global economic scenarios. We will look at things like a recession and the changing political landscape, and how that will affect the markets. We will also dive into the future of M&A and what is in store for 2023.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the different economic scenarios
  • Dive into the future of M&A in 2023
  • Review what the market would look like in a recession, changing political landscapes, and more

Meet the Presenter:

Learn from leading expert David M. Lebovitz. 

Meet the Presenter

This meeting will be held at McCarter & English.

Address: Worldwide Plaza, 825 8th Ave, 31st Floor, New York, NY 10019.


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About the Presenter


David M. Lebovitz

David M. Lebovitz

Meet David M. Lebovitz:

David M. Lebovitz, Managing Director, is a Global Market Strategist on the J.P. Morgan Asset Management Global Market Insights Strategy Team. In this role, David is responsible for delivering timely market and economic insights to clients across the country. Since joining the team, David has helped build the Market Insights program in the United Kingdom and Europe, has appeared on both Bloomberg TV and CNBC, and is often quoted in the financial press.

David joined J.P. Morgan in 2010. Prior to joining the firm, David was a Research Analyst at Kobren Insight Management. At Kobren, David was responsible for small and mid-cap equity research, and worked alongside the CIO and other analysts to construct model portfolios for investors of various risk tolerances.

David obtained a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy, with a concentration in Leadership Studies, from Williams College in 2009. He earned a dual-MBA degree from Columbia University and London Business School in 2015.