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Globalisation and capital markets transform in face of new pressures

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Globalisation and capital markets transform in face of new pressures

Tuesday 29 June 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.26.2

Commentary: Covid-19 shifts pattern of globalisation

By Marco Annunziata in Miami

Globalisation is undergoing a number of profound structural changes that we are only beginning to understand. Covid-19 has underscored the vulnerability of global supply chains to shocks that can come in a variety of flavours, from natural disasters to geopolitical tensions. We have a very human desire to think that life will go back to normal after the pandemic. But the global economic game will be very different. Get used to it.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Meeting: Transition taxonomy and new capital markets

Wednesday 14 July, 15:00-16:00 BST

Robert Youngman, principal policy analyst, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Environment Directorate, and Irene Espinosa-Cantellano, deputy governor, ‎Banco de México, discuss transition taxonomy in carbon-heavy jurisdictions. Topics include developing standards, credit solutions, transitioning to greener capital markets and the risks, challenges and opportunities involved.

Register to attend here.

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