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Financial Regulation and Supervision in Switzerland – Looking Ahead

22 May 2024 | Bern, Switzerland | By Invitation
Monetary, Roundtables | Tags: Financial Governance, Financial Stability, Financial Supervision
Prudential regulation and supervision are central to ensuring the resilience and strength of the financial sector. However, effective prudential regulation and supervision cannot be taken for granted...... continue reading

Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy. Insights from the United Kingdom

14 May 2024 | London, UK | By Invitation
Fiscal, Roundtables | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies
Ensuring access to affordable, secure and clean energy is moving up economic policy agendas worldwide. While the objective is a global priority and international coordination is key, policy frameworks on... continue reading

ATI Follow-up Technical Meeting on Tax Expenditures (Asia)

7-9 May 2024 | Kathmandu, Nepal | By Invitation
Fiscal, Workshops | Tags: Asia, Tax Expenditures
The Follow-up Technical Meeting on Tax Expenditures with a focus on Asia will provide a platform to discuss the tools and methods required for tackling the more technical aspects of... continue reading

Technical Standards in Services and Trade Governance

| 8 May 2024
Trade, Blog | Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy, International Standards, Services Trade, Trade Governance
Standards can potentially resolve the trade-off between regulatory certainty and space for innovation, provided they are recognized and accepted by law enforcement bodies. ... continue reading

Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy. Insights from France

| 3 May 2024
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, Industrial Policy, Tax Expenditures
Successive French governments have reformed the country’s energy sector, with notable achievements in maintaining affordable access, ensuring supply security, and reducing carbon emissions. However, the energy crisis triggered by Russia's... continue reading