Forthcoming meetings in January 2019

Conferences, Seminars, Forums, Markets, Trade and Commerce — By on December 31, 2018 at 11:18 AM

George Magnus

China and the US: Adapting to a changing relationship
Tuesday 15 January, 16:30
New York

With US-China relations in flux, this discussion looks at how the Trump presidency is changing the geopolitical balance of power and the global economic consequences of trade wars. George Magnus is an independent economist and commentator, an associate at the University of Oxford China Centre, and adviser to numerous asset management companies. Between 2006-16, Magnus was an externally contracted senior economic adviser to UBS Investment Bank, and had previously served as the bank’s chief economist between 1995-2006.

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Assessing global financial stability

Tobias Andrian

Thursday 24 January, 09:00
New York

More than 10 years since the financial crisis, the International Monetary Fund’s global financial stability report investigates whether we are any safer. Tobias Adrian, director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, IMF, will outline the current and potential future risks and engage in discussion on topics covered in the IMF report.

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Advancing the European regulatory agenda
Thursday 24 January, 13:30

Nathalie Aufauvre

New York

The euro area has been faced with many challenges over the years, from the sovereign debt crisis and political misalignment, to complications with fiscal integration and banking union. Covering the European regulatory agenda, Nathalie Aufauvre, director general for financial stability and operations at Banque de France, will discuss topics including banking and capital market union, European market infrastructure regulation and Britain’s exit from the European Union.

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Trade, China and Brexit: Global economic challenges for 2019

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Friday 25 January, 09:00
Singapore

With intensifying geopolitical risks across Europe, looming trade wars between the US and China, and developed economies returning to ‘normalised’ monetary policies, OMFIF and CAMRI are convening a group of experts to summarise these financial developments and discuss the outlook for 2019, especially in the context of the Asia-Pacific region.

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Asset and reserve management seminar

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Thursday 31 January, 08:30
London

OMFIF is convening a group of economic experts and asset managers, mainly from a public sector background, to summarise economic and financial developments and discuss the outlook for public sector investment management in Europe.

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