Past meetings

Meetings, which are geared primarily to OMFIF members and are subject to the OMFIF Rules, are held in a wide-ranging series of economic, financial, monetary and public policy fields in major financial centres around the world.

The economic outlook and monetary policy in CEE

The economic outlook and monetary policy in CEE

22 February 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
Despite battling double-digit inflation and lacklustre growth over the past two years, central and eastern ...
‘How’ rather than ‘why’: blended finance building from COP28

‘How’ rather than ‘why’: blended finance building from COP28

21 February 2024
Sustainable Policy Institute
Building on COP28 and marking the launch of the London School of Economics’ new Just ...
Latin America public debt outlook

Latin America public debt outlook

21 February 2024
Sovereign Debt Institute
OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute returns with its annual outlook for the Latin American sovereign bond ...
Protecting the unique features of digital assets under UK law

Protecting the unique features of digital assets under UK law

20 February 2024
Digital Monetary Institute
The UK Law Commission has published its final digital assets report. The report examines reform ...
AI: implications for financial regulation and government oversight

AI: implications for financial regulation and government oversight

14 February 2024
Digital Monetary Institute
How is artificial intelligence impacting the future of financial regulation and governance? How will financial ...
Germany's 2030 business model and the European economic outlook

Germany’s 2030 business model and the European economic outlook

13 February 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
Jörg Kukies, state secretary for financial market policy and European policy at the German federal ...
Inflation dynamics and drivers: looking under the bonnet

Inflation dynamics and drivers: looking under the bonnet

8 February 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
Headline inflation has decelerated rapidly, but the services component remains stuck at around 6%. Catherine ...
Inflation and the ECB’s monetary policy stance

Inflation and the ECB’s monetary policy stance

8 February 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
The period of low inflation in the euro area ended abruptly with recovery from the ...
Mobile payment lessons from the Central Bank of Kenya’s m-pesa

Mobile payment lessons from the Central Bank of Kenya’s m-pesa

7 February 2024
Digital Monetary Institute
Central banks around the world are seeking to launch publicly run payment systems or central ...
Mário Centeno on monetary policy and the European labour market

Mário Centeno on monetary policy and the European labour market

2 February 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
Mário Centeno, governor of Banco de Portugal, joins OMFIF to discuss the transformation of the ...
Unlocking the potential of a CBDC ecosystem

Unlocking the potential of a CBDC ecosystem

31 January 2024
Digital Monetary Institute
Introducing a central bank digital currency requires collaboration between the public and private sectors. The ...
The power of climate data: improving quality, reliability and comparability

The power of climate data: improving quality, reliability and comparability

30 January 2024
Sustainable Policy Institute
As the sustainable finance landscape continues to evolve, so does the sustainability data ecosystem. 2023 ...
China's economic outlook for 2024

China’s economic outlook for 2024

24 January 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
Kai Guo, senior fellow at the China Finance 40 Forum and former deputy director general ...
Navigating the modern financial order: an EU perspective

Navigating the modern financial order: an EU perspective

23 January 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
In a world where the financial landscape is rapidly transforming, the European financial sector stands ...
The new normal: central banking and nature

The new normal: central banking and nature

23 January 2024
Sustainable Policy Institute
Central banks around the world are increasingly recognising the pressing issue of biodiversity and the ...
Unlocking new investment: Labour’s approach to funding UK growth

Unlocking new investment: Labour’s approach to funding UK growth

17 January 2024
Economic and Monetary Policy Institute
The UK ranks the lowest in the G7 and among the worst performers in the ...

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