Asset and risk management seminar: Post-Covid-19 and the rapidly changing investment landscape

Asset and risk management seminar: Post-Covid-19 and the rapidly changing investment landscape

Virtual panel      
  Tue 8 Mar 2022 09:25 - 13:35

OMFIF’s annual asset and risk management seminar brings together senior representatives from central banks, economic experts and asset managers to discuss macroeconomic and financial developments and the post-pandemic outlook for public sector investment management. Participants will also assess the global recovery and economic cycle, the efficacy of central bank monetary policies and fiscal stimulus packages, and issues relating to transitioning to a low-carbon economy and integrating ESG into investment frameworks. The aim is to share best practice, promote higher standards and encourage dialogue.

09:25-09:30: Opening remarks

09:30-11:00: Session one: The opportunities and challenges for investment and reserves management in a post-pandemic macroeconomic landscape

  • Assessing the current investment landscape
  • Implications for asset and risk management and growth prospects (including portfolio diversification strategies and responding to alternative investment trends in financial assets)

Panellists (view biographies here):

Gioia Cellai
Head, Market Operations Directorate
Banca d’Italia
Juliusz Jablecki
Head of Risk Management and Strategic Allocation
National Bank of Poland
Carl Vincent A. Melendres
Head, Reserves Management Department I
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

11:00-12:00: Break

12:00-13:30: Session two: Sustainability, managing risk and longevity of post-pandemic trends

  • Vulnerability to foreign control and influence
  • Stability of financial markets
  • Long-term sustainable investment opportunities
  • Integrating ESG into investment frameworks

Panellists (view biographies here):

Didier Borowski
Head of Global Views
Øystein Børsum
Deputy Governor
Norges Bank
Lauren Rosborough Watt
Investment Manager/Manager, Markets & Economics

13:30-13:35: Closing remarks

09:25-13:35 (London)
04:25-08:35 (New York)
17:25-21:35 (Singapore)

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This virtual discussion is part of the OMFIF Institute for Economic and Monetary Policy, OMFIF’s core stream of activities covering economic and monetary policy and the political economy. OMFIF is an independent think tank for central banking, economic policy and public investment, providing a neutral platform for best practice in worldwide public-private sector exchanges worldwide. For membership enquiries please contact, or for further information please see the OMFIF website.





*Note: when registering you will be automatically enrolled for both sessions.

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