Events

Upcoming Event
Mon, Nov 7, 2022 • 9:00 am
by invitation only
National Gallery Singapore, Auditorium
Upcoming Event
Tue, Oct 11, 2022 • 9:00 am
by invitation only
Hybrid conference

Working Groups

The Working Group is preparing recommendations to improve the sovereign debt resolution architecture and to prevent future crises.

The Working Group drives the Committee’s efforts to educate U.S. policymakers on the importance of the international financial institutions and continued U.S. support.

This Working Group will seek to address a range of topics and trends impacting the future of finance.

Member Spotlight

This episode of “A look into the Crystal Ball on the Future of Finance,” features Bill Rhodes, former Chairman & CEO of Citibank, and current President & CEO of William R. Rhodes Global Advisors, and Dr. Stuart P.M. Mackintosh, Executive Director of the Group of Thirty. They will be discussing the Power of Sanctions. Can the use of Sanctions in lieu of Military action really make a difference? If so, will the difference be significant enough?

Former New York Fed President William Dudley examines the economic consequences of the Federal Reserve's inflation fight on "Bloomberg Surveillance." Dudley is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. His opinions are his own.

It’s Climate Week in New York City and the financial capital is responding to more ESG backlash. While the acronym ESG stands for “environmental, social, and governance,” what it means depends on who you ask.

Jason Schenker, President at Prestige Economics, discusses his outlook for Fed policy and the dollar. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia".

When the COVID-19 pandemic triggered a “risk-off” flight of capital in the spring of 2020, private investors and financial institutions turned to US Treasury bonds as the alternative “safe asset.” The retreat from financial markets was soon reversed, in part because of the Federal Reserve’s formidable response to the threat of a global financial collapse. Fifty years after President Richard Nixon cut the link between gold and the dollar reserves held by foreign central banks, the US dollar continues to play a predominant role in the global financial system, with enormous spillover effects for US monetary policy.

China’s dramatic growth and its implications for the world economy have fueled new books at a pace commensurate with the subject

A recent wave includes an important book by Fred Bergsten, founder of the Peterson Institute for International Economics and an established Washington elder on global economics