Breakfast with Unnur Gunnarsdóttir
Iceland’s economy was severely impacted by the 2008 financial crisis. However, it recovered strongly and has provided invaluable insights for policy-makers across the globe.
Unnur Gunnarsdóttir, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Iceland, will discuss financial stability and economic trends in the country. She will explore the resilience of the macroeconomic landscape against the repercussions of Covid-19, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, energy disruption and rising costs across Europe.
Speaker: Unnur Gunnarsdóttir, Deputy Governor for Financial Supervision, Central Bank of Iceland
Introductory remarks by Sturla Sigurjónsson, Ambassador of Iceland to the UK
Moderator: Ellie Groves, Managing Director, Economic and Monetary Policy Institute, OMFIF
08:30: Arrival and refreshments
08:45-09:45 Breakfast briefing
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