Public investors face geopolitical risks as they aid Covid-19 economic recovery
Friday 16 July 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.28.5
Commentary: How geopolitics impact global public investors
By Andrew Rozanov in London
In the world of institutional investing, geopolitical risk has emerged as a pressing concern. Many public investors are still largely unprepared, lacking proper analytical frameworks and relevant expertise to tackle geopolitics in a rigorous way. However, there is a relatively simple and straightforward solution to this: asset owners can apply some of the same methodologies and approaches they are already using to address the climate crisis.
Read the full commentary on the website.
Meeting: GPI 2021: Best practices in managing central bank reserves post-Covid-19
|Wednesday 21 July, 13:00-15:00OMFIF is producing the eighth annual Global Public Investor report devoted to public sector asset ownership and management across a range of official institutions around the world. This global launch focuses on the state of central bank foreign reserves and how central banks can best use their balance sheets to help economies recover sustainably from the Covid-19 pandemic.|
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