Both state and private agents need to work to bring the public with them to trust digital money. It is also not clear that the two sectors trust one another quite yet. We are setting up OMFIF’s Digital Monetary Institute to bring them together for useful conversations in an off-the-record setting, just as we do more broadly for monetary and macro policy, underpinned by regular commentary and research from our renowned team.
The OMFIF podcast
Didier Borowski, head of global views at French asset manager Amundi, joins David Marsh, OMFIF chairman, to discuss the European Central Bank’s emergency bond-buying programme.
David Marsh, OMFIF chairman, is joined by Simon Woods, EY’s global response leader for the Covid-19 pandemic, to discuss the financial health of the insurance sector as a result of the volatility in financial markets.
OMFIF’s Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over recent articles published on the OMFIF website, including those on the Franco-German proposal for a recovery fund and the impact of Covid-19 on real estate markets.
Xiaolan Fu, director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development at the University of Oxford, joins OMFIF’s Brandon Chye to discuss international trade.