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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 US/China priorities, the two Treasury-led US/China working groups – the Economic Working Group and the …

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Safeguarding the future: why organisations need ESG data

Environmental, social and governance data is integral to scaling up sustainable finance and investment. With increasing regulation and demand for information, it’s also crucial for organisations and businesses. Sherry Madera, chief executive officer of CDP, joins John Orchard, OMFIF chief executive officer, to discuss how data can improve the quality of a company, how datasets …

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Inflation dynamics and drivers: looking under the bonnet

Headline inflation has decelerated rapidly, but the services component remains stuck at around 6%. Catherine Mann, external member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, joined OMFIF to highlight the key factors behind the deceleration in the headline rate and to discuss how they impact services inflation dynamics. She also discussed how consumer price …

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The new normal: today’s central banking journey on nature

Central banks around the world are increasingly recognising the pressing issue of biodiversity and the loss of nature. This roundtable discussed the strategies central banks are implementing to integrate nature into their operational frameworks. Speakers explored how central banks are embracing their role in safeguarding nature and how this can contribute to the emergence of …

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Market infrastructure survey launch

The global bond markets have long been criticised for being inefficient, lacking integration and lagging in the adoption of digitalisation and technology. This is not for lack of effort, as there are fundamental flaws within the process of debt issuance making this burdensome. To understand these key issues and find solutions, OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute …

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Looking ahead: US monetary policy in 2024

Anna Wong, chief US economist for Bloomberg Economics, joins Mark Sobel, US chair of OMFIF, to discuss the outcomes of the 13 December Federal Open Market Committee meeting. They cover the US monetary policy outlook for 2024, including inflation, labour market prospects and the rate outlook.

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