Drawing on the OMFIF commonwealth of experts, opinion-formers and lead actors, our Corona Consequences series presents a debate that aims to be intriguing, stimulating, provocative and partial. We span politics, economics, technology, environment issues and psychology. Scanning the international scene through the OMFIF central banking and public policy lens, writers encompass a wide spectrum of geography and opinion.

What is fair value? Price discovery for smaller issuers gets tougher

What is fair value? Price discovery for smaller issuers gets tougher

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Calculations are complicated by increased subjectivity
Global funds are searching for solutions to a difficult year

Global funds are searching for solutions to a difficult year

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Where next? The $26tn question for public pension and sovereign funds
Green finance in emerging markets: a ground-level view

Green finance in emerging markets: a ground-level view

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EMDE private sector concerns are often overlooked in energy transition plans
This isn’t a corporation: US Treasury’s debt maturity management

This isn’t a corporation: US Treasury’s debt maturity management

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Acting like a tactical issuer would be unwise
Argentina and Germany: two very different fiscal problems

Argentina and Germany: two very different fiscal problems

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Finding a responsible path forward will shape their destinies
Storms ahead if monetary losses turn political

Storms ahead if monetary losses turn political

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Far-right rise exacerbates central banks communications problems
Insights from Budapest point to resilience in central and eastern Europe

Insights from Budapest point to resilience in central and eastern Europe

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Creative economic policy-making employed to address macro challenges in region hit hard by successive crises
Global financial system underprepared to deal with cyberattacks

Global financial system underprepared to deal with cyberattacks

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Cybersecurity should be central to financial risk assessments
Lack of incentivisation halting transition finance progress

Lack of incentivisation halting transition finance progress

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Data, risk and communication remain challenges for asset owners
UK pension funds can learn from Canada and Australia

UK pension funds can learn from Canada and Australia

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Consolidation and scaling will bring long-term investment benefits
Voluntary commitments insufficient to end race to godlike AI

Voluntary commitments insufficient to end race to godlike AI

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Binding policies are necessary to mitigate risks from unfettered development
German budget disarray sends out powerful ripples beyond Berlin

German budget disarray sends out powerful ripples beyond Berlin

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Olaf Scholz, encountering Liz Truss moment, could face early elections
India’s digital leap in financial inclusion

India’s digital leap in financial inclusion

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Leveraging digital public infrastructure to achieve development targets
David Cameron set to ‘slip effortlessly’ into foreign secretary role

David Cameron set to ‘slip effortlessly’ into foreign secretary role

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Former PM’s return will bring weight and experience to the cabinet
The time for Africa’s financial transformation is now

The time for Africa’s financial transformation is now

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‘The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now.’ – African proverb
The perils of monetary policy and its discontents

The perils of monetary policy and its discontents

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Excessive criticism could harm stabilisation policy

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