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Report now online - Global Challenges, Regional Responses: How Can We Avoid Fragmentation in the Financial System?

Latest report of the Salzburg Global Forum on Finance in a Changing World now available

Report from Global Challenges, Regional Responses: How Can We Avoid Fragmentation in the Financial system now available

Aceel Kibbi | 14.07.2017

The report of the Salzburg Global session Global Challenges, Regional Responses: How Can We Avoid Fragmentation in the Financial System? is now available to read, download and share.

The 2017 session of the Salzburg Global Forum on Finance in a Changing World brought together  57 financial leaders from 19 countries across different sectors and regions to discuss emerging risks to the financial system and potential solutions; to review obstacles to global coordination and cooperation in the light of increasing fragmentation; to assess progress in implementing the regulatory reform agenda against the backdrop of ongoing realignment in the global economy; and to outline priority steps to strengthen the global financial system.

The report, written by Silke Finken, Professor at the International School of Management in Munich, Germany, provides an executive summary of the discussions from the intensive two-day program. Also included is a list of all participants in attendance, the opening speech of the Session Co-Chair Ranjit Ajit Singh, Executive Chairman, Securities Commission Malaysia, and the remarks of Jerome Powell, Member of the Board of Governors, US Federal Reserve System.   

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The Salzburg Global session Global Challenges, Regional Responses: How Can We Avoid Fragmentation in the Financial System? is part of Salzburg Global’s long-running Salzburg Global Forum on Finance in a Changing World. More information can be found here: SalzburgGlobal.org/go/580

14.07.2017 Category: FINANCE, JUSTICE, REPORTS, SUSTAINABILITY
Aceel Kibbi