Past Events

Governing Finance for Sustainability – Advancing the Debate

8-9 July 2019 | Zurich, Switzerland | By Invitation
Monetary, Roundtables | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Regulation, Governing Finance
Since the initial roundtable that was held in January 2019 we have been carefully following the debate on governing finance in what we increasingly perceive to be a four-way nexus between growing risks in today's financial and monetary systems, the power of central banks and ... continue reading

Trade Policy Priorities for Financial Services

21 June 2019 | Geneva, Switzerland | By Invitation
Roundtables, Trade | Tags: Financial Regulation, Services Trade
International financial service providers account for a key part of global services flows and have been a historic catalyst of services trade negotiations. Yet, countries today are reluctant to undertake deeper international commitments in financial services ... continue reading

Trade Policy Priorities for Maritime Transport Services

12 March 2019 | By Invitation | Geneva, Switzerland
Roundtables, Trade | Tags: Sectors, Services Trade, Transport
International transport services play a key role in the global economy and are expected to grow significantly as globalization pushes ahead. Maritime transport is a core pillar of the industry. ... continue reading

Governing Finance and Sustainability

21-22 January 2019 | Zurich, Switzerland | By Invitation
Monetary, Roundtables | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Regulation, Governing Finance
As highlighted by Benoît Coeuré from the ECB in his keynote on “Monetary Policy and Climate Change” last November, there is an accelerating momentum to move sustainability up financial market agendas worldwide. A key aspect of this development is the growing acceptance that the nexus ... continue reading

Scaling up Green Finance: The Role of Central Banks

8 – 9 November, 2018. Co-organized with the Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Central Banks, Climate Change, Green Finance
The transition to a low-carbon economy requires shifting trillions from brown to green activities. Several reports estimate that more than USD 90 trillion will be needed to adapt our infrastructure in a way that is consistent with the 2°C scenario. Given that the horizon of ... continue reading