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How the new geopolitical reality affects ESG, and more

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How the new geopolitical reality affects ESG

By Marcus Pratsch

The war in Ukraine has a massive impact on all four dimensions of sustainability: economic, environmental, social and governance. Given the ‘weaponisation of gas’, the war is a wake-up call to expedite the global transition to a more secure and cleaner energy future. It makes clear that a successful development agenda requires inclusive partnerships at global, regional, national and local levels.

 End of globalisation concerns are exaggerated
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By Mark Sobel
While the Ukraine war, Covid-19 and strained US/China relations will combine to spawn fundamental geopolitical and economic changes, many of the prognostications about the end of globalisation seem exaggerated. 
 
 MEETINGS 
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Geopolitics and payments infrastructures
Wednesday 22 June, Roundtable
The role of payments infrastructures is evolving due to changes in globalisation and interdependence. Brent McIntosh, former under secretary of the US Treasury for international affairs, joins OMFIF to discuss geopolitics and payments infrastructures. 
 
 ON DEMAND
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 Financial stability outlook: global and European perspectives
Pedro Duarte Neves, adviser for the board of directors, Banco de Portugal, and Bill Papadakis, investment strategist for Lombard Odier’s macro team, speak to Taylor Pearce, OMFIF economist, about the various facets of financial stability for the euro area and globally. 
 
 Data: Towards a new age of economic enlightenment
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As regulators and policy-makers work to balance protection and innovation in their evolving frameworks, this landmark report explores the use of data and its potentially transformative impact on developments in the global economy, financial services, the business community and society as a whole.

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