Roundtable   New York   North America
  Tue 11 Feb 2020 10:30 - 12:15

In times of low interest rates and rising corporate debt, the outlook for global financial stability shows key risks for investors. As institutional investors move towards riskier and more illiquid assets, and international lending structures become more complex, policy-makers are expected to respond with new supervisory measures and debt management frameworks. In this discussion, Fabio Natalucci and Catherine Mann help sketch the investor landscape by dissecting the key risks to global financial stability and ways in which policy-makers might address them.


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