GPI 2021 launch: Best practices in managing central bank reserves post-Covid-19

GPI 2021 launch: Best practices in managing central bank reserves post-Covid-19

Virtual panel   Virtual   
  Wed 21 Jul 2021 13:00 - 15:00

OMFIF is producing the eighth annual Global Public Investor report devoted to public sector asset ownership and management across a range of official institutions around the world. Global public investors encompass three different types of institutions, central banks, sovereign funds and public pension funds, linked by their status as public sector-funded entities and representing a core component of world capital markets, with total holdings estimated at $42.7tn. This global launch focuses on the state of central bank foreign reserves and how central banks can best use their balance sheets to help economies recover from the Covid pandemic. Themes discussed include the outlook for central bank reserve management, implications of a green transition, the reserve management tools at central banks disposal and changes to asset allocations strategies.


Jean-Claude Trichet
Former President
European Central Bank
Juan Carlos Piantini
Head of Financial Markets Analysis
Banco Central de Chile
Sandra Švaljek
Deputy Governor
Croatian National Bank
Hariyadi Ramelan
Head of Monetary Management, Monetary Operations
Bank Indonesia
Daniela Klingebiel
Manager, Reserve Advisory and Management Partnership
World Bank Treasury
Didier Borowski
Head of Global Views
Marcus Pratsch
Head of Sustainable Bonds and Finance

First Respondent:

Christine Mikolajuk
EMEA COO for Global Client Management
BNY Mellon

13:00-15:00 (London)
08:00-10:00 (New York)
20:00-22:00 (Singapore)


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