Capital markets look beyond EU, US-China relations and their impact on Indonesia
Tuesday 17 September 2019 – Vol.10 Ed.38.1
Commentary: Capital markets look beyond EU
By David Marsh in London
Relations between the UK and the rest of Europe in the economic and financial sphere go back a lot further than UK membership of the European Community in 1973 – and will extend far into the future after the British depart. One field for co-operation that is vital for both sides is in financial regulation across and beyond the European Union. The UK wishes to maintain robust links to the European capital markets union project. This is a field where the City of London believes it has considerable expertise to apply post-Brexit.
Read the full commentary on the website.
Meeting: US-China relations and their impact
Friday 20 September, Singapore, 11:00 SST
A roundtable discussion with Chatib Basri, former Indonesian finance minister, on the opportunities and challenges presented by the US-China trade war. Attendees will also discuss Indonesia’s role in the Asia Pacific region and the outlook for the rupiah.
Request to attend the meeting.