Portuguese CEOs are confident of economic growth and expect slight increases in corporate results.
Portuguese CEOs are confident of economic growth and expect slight increases in...
Portuguese CEOs are confident about the evolution of the world and national economy. However, most national CEOs are cautious in predicting growth in revenues from their business, pointing to increases below 2% in the coming years.
These are some of the conclusions of the Portuguese edition of KPMG's Global CEO Outlook, a study that compares the perspectives and expectations of Portuguese CEOs with the results of the global survey, which involved approximately 1300 Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of companies based in 11 economies: Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, the UK and the US. The CEOs operate in 11 key industries: asset management, automotive, banking, consumer and retail, energy, infrastructure, insurance, life sciences, manufacturing, technology and telecom.
The Portuguese edition of this study is based on the answers of 25 CEOs that operate on the industries described above.
Additionally, in-depth interviews were conducted with four CEOs – António Rios Amorim, João Manso Neto, Miguel Maya and Paulo Macedo – whose contributions illustrate the pages of this study.
Learn more about the Global version of the CEO Outlook here, or check the Portuguese version available below.