Wednesday 11 May, Symposium
After a year of comprehensive research by central banks across the globe on the benefits and limitations of digital currencies, OMFIF is hosting the annual Digital Monetary Institute symposium on 11-12 May. The symposium expands the discussion on practical and theoretical aspects of central bank digital currencies, stablecoins, cryptoassets and the future of money.
| Financing sustainable development in Egypt|
Thursday 12 May, Roundtable
This roundtable will discuss Sustainable Development Strategy: Egypt Vision 2030, which prioritises the transition to a green economy and the role Egypt can play with COP27 on the horizon.
| ESG reporting tools and data analytics|
Wednesday 18 May, Roundtable
Joy Wann, advisor, BIS Innovation Hub Singapore, will discuss Project Viridis and the role it will play in driving convergence in reporting tools and data, as regulators will be able to digitally extract, query and analyse a large quantity of data from diverse sources.
| Financial relations between Italy and Europe|
Thursday 26 May, Roundtable
Luigi Disanto, director general for European financial relations, Ministry of the Economy and Finance, Italy, discusses the economic implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and Italy’s continued response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
| The competitiveness of the EU’s financial services|
Friday 24 June, Conference
AFME and OMFIF are hosting a conference in Frankfurt to explore the competitiveness of the European Union’s financial services. We will examine the state of the EU’s financial services sector and assess how the pandemic and other factors impact its financial integration.