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Global Public Investor 2022 launch

Tuesday 5 July, Launch

OMFIF’s Global Public Investor is a key reference point for financial institutions and provides a lens on approaches to investing in global markets. This launch event, held in London, presents key findings of the report and offers insights into wider issues for the community, including how central banks’ reserves managers are coping with inflationary pressures, geopolitics and environmental, social and governance imperatives.

 Geopolitics and payments infrastructures
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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. 
 
 Economic developments in Spain and the euro area
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Tuesday 28 June, Roundtable
Ángel Gavilán, director general economics, statistics and research at Banco de España, joins OMFIF to discuss the bank’s latest annual report. The report reviews rising global inflation during the pandemic recovery, developments in the euro area and more. 
 
 Role of green taxonomies in closing the data gap
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Thursday 30 June, Panel
This online event, organised by OMFIF’s Sustainable Policy Institute and the Future of Sustainable Data Alliance, explores the use of taxonomies, data mapping and the different approaches and challenges in enhancing data availability, reliability and comparability. 
 
 Economic landscape
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Tuesday 12 July, Broadcast
Andrew Bailey, governor of the Bank of England, discusses how the impact of Covid-19 and the influence of longer-term structural forces will affect the economic landscape and policy-making in the years to come. 
 
 ECB’s climate stress test
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Wednesday 13 July, Roundtable
The ECB has established a climate risk stress test to better understand banks’ capabilities in physical and transition risk scenarios. Christoffer Kok, deputy head of the stress test modelling division of the ECB’s directorate general macroprudential policy and financial stability, discusses the results of the test. 

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