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US Treasury relations with Chinese economic officials
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US Treasury relations with Chinese economic officials

Jay Shambaugh, under secretary for international affairs, and Brent Neiman, deputy under secretary for international finance at the US Treasury, join Mark Sobel, US chair at OMFIF. They discuss how the US Treasury's interactions with China fit into the administration's broader ...
Strategic cost transformation in wealth and asset management

Strategic cost transformation in wealth and asset management

Part four of the OMFIF/EY Covid response series Welcome to part four of our special ...
The evolving role of Swift in global payment systems

The evolving role of Swift in global payment systems

Swift plays a vital role moving money around, acting as a lifeline for trade and ...
Week in review: Diversity in central banking, fiscal wrangling, and more

Week in review: Diversity in central banking, fiscal wrangling, and more

OMFIF’s Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over some of the most recent articles published on the ...
Week in review: Negative interest rates, US corporations’ bond market clout, and the end of the Germany-ECB conflict

Week in review: Negative interest rates, US corporations’ bond market clout, and the end of the Germany-ECB conflict

OMFIF’s Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over some of the most recent articles published on the ...
Fed talk: The US’s ‘long road’ to recovery

Fed talk: The US’s ‘long road’ to recovery

Jerome Powell, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, laid out the central bank’s stance on ...
The OMFIF/KPMG series: Future of infrastructure as an asset class

The OMFIF/KPMG series: Future of infrastructure as an asset class

In the first edition of the OMFIF-KPMG Asia Pacific podcast series, Jang Ping Thia, principal ...
The future of the workplace: Resilience and adaptation to technological disruption

The future of the workplace: Resilience and adaptation to technological disruption

Technological innovation has been a driver of productivity and economic growth throughout history. Yet, it ...
Overcoming debt crisis in emerging markets: Prospects for sovereign debt restructuring and access to financing

Overcoming debt crisis in emerging markets: Prospects for sovereign debt restructuring and access to financing

As emerging markets face humanitarian and economic shocks, the ability to service their sovereign debt has ...
Week in review: Preventing Europe’s great fragmentation, the latest on Argentina’s debt, and Japan’s record stimulus package

Week in review: Preventing Europe’s great fragmentation, the latest on Argentina’s debt, and Japan’s record stimulus package

OMFIF’s Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over some of the most recent articles published on the ...
Asia Pacific regional economic outlook

Asia Pacific regional economic outlook

Growth in Asia, hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, is forecast to be zero in 2020 ...
Week in review: Risky rates, Chinese banks’ global outreach, decadent Brexit, and more

Week in review: Risky rates, Chinese banks’ global outreach, decadent Brexit, and more

OMFIF's Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over some of the most recent articles published on the ...
European response to Covid-19

European response to Covid-19

The European Central Bank at the next monetary policy meeting on 4 June is expected ...
Worldwide insurance heading for shake-up

Worldwide insurance heading for shake-up

Part three of the OMFIF/EY Covid response series Welcome to part three of our special ...
Week in review: Merkel and Macron to the rescue, Covid and real estate, and the return of German government borrowing

Week in review: Merkel and Macron to the rescue, Covid and real estate, and the return of German government borrowing

OMFIF’s Julie Levy-Abegnoli looks back over some of the most recent articles published on the ...
Global value chains, innovation and international trade

Global value chains, innovation and international trade

As US-China tensions fuel economic nationalism and protectionism, globalisation could be coming to an end ...
Fixed income in emerging economies

Fixed income in emerging economies

James Blair, fixed income investment director at Capital Group, joins Pierre Ortlieb, economist at OMFIF, ...

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