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Financial stability outlook: risks and resilience

Pedro Duerte Neves, adviser for the board of directors and former vice governor of Banco de Portugal, joins Taylor Pearce, senior economist, Economic and Monetary Policy Institute, OMFIF, to discuss the global financial stability outlook. Their conversation references the International Monetary Fund’s 2024 Global Financial Stability Report and examines vulnerabilities and risks in the global […]

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Taking stock: financial market integration in Europe

Björn Storim, chief executive officer, and Ben Pott, managing director and international head of public policy and government affairs at BNY Mellon, join Clive Horwood, managing editor and deputy chief executive officer at OMFIF. They assess the progress towards capital markets union in Europe and the need to accelerate financial market integration. They discuss the

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US dollar dominance: Is there no alternative?

Max Castelli, head of strategy, sovereign institutions at UBS Asset Management, joins Taylor Pearce, senior economist at OMFIF, to discuss the role of the dollar as a global reserve currency in a multipolar world. They discuss factors such as China’s rise in power, sanctions risk and the development of alternative payments systems and how these could

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Geopolitical risks: what’s at stake for investors?

Taylor Pearce, senior economist, Economic Monetary Institute at OMFIF, hosts Elliot Hentov, head of macro policy research at State Street Global Advisors, to discuss the interplay between geopolitics and financial markets. Hentov outlines several risk factors that could impact markets – including geopolitical shocks, risk premium repricing and the upcoming US election – and what

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Greece’s landmark debt restructuring: what happened and why it matters

Charles Dallara, former managing director of the Institute of International Finance, joins OMFIF’s David Marsh, chairman, and Burhan Khadbai, head of content for the Sovereign Debt Institute. They discuss Dallara’s book, ‘Euroshock’, and he explains how the 2012 Greek debt restructuring helped save European economic and monetary union from breakdown.

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The history of dollar dominance and weaponisation

Saleha Mohsin, senior Washington correspondent for Bloomberg News joined Mark Sobel, US chair at OMFIF, to discuss her recently published book, Paper Soldiers: How the Weaponization of the Dollar Changed the World Order. She discusses how secretaries of the Treasury of past decades managed communications about the dollar and how the department developed and deployed

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Pre-validation: combatting fraud and minimising errors in payments

Cian OMurchu, head of strategic transformation, Mireia Guisado-Parra, pre-validation product owner at Swift and Julien Lasalle, head of cashless payment monitoring at Banque de France, join Lewis McLellan, editor of OMFIF’s Digital Monetary Institute. Together, they discuss the implementation of pre-validation – a new tool developed to reduce the number of errors in payments and

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Analysing Romania’s landmark debut green bond

Stefan Nanu, head of public debt management and state treasury at the ministry of finance of Romania, joins Burhan Khadbai, head of content at OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute, to discuss Romania’s long-awaited inaugural green bond, which was the most successful ever euro-denominated bond in this format by an emerging market issuer. As well as the

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Why gender equality in financial institutions is macro-critical

Monique Newiak, deputy unit chief, inclusion and gender, and Mariarosaria Comunale, economist at the International Monetary Fund, join Arunima Sharan, senior research analyst at OMFIF’s Economic and Monetary Policy Institute, to discuss the state of gender balance in financial institutions. They examine the IMF’s gender strategy, the macro-criticality of gender equality and findings from their

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Global public investor outlook: another ‘rollercoaster’ year?

Max Castelli, head of strategy, sovereign institutions, and Philipp Salman, director of strategy and advice, global sovereign markets, UBS Asset Management, join Taylor Pearce, senior economist at OMFIF, to discuss what’s in store for global public investors. The discussion identifies opportunities and risks for reserve managers and sovereign funds amid evolving market dynamics, including falling

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