The Bretton Woods Committee is pleased to partner once again with the Italian Banking and Finance Federation on this year's Rome Investment Forum, a high-level annual conference focused on global financial and economic cooperation. The Forum will take place virtually on December 2 and all are invited to attend.
This year's conference comprises four sessions focusing on strategies for the public and private sector to finance the global recovery, and it will feature a diverse range of high-level speakers, including ministers, public officials, multilateral banks leaders, CEOs, and leading academics. The "Rome Session" kicks-off the event with a focus on the Italian National Recovery and Resiliency Plan; the "London Session " and the "Brussel Session" explore the future of Europe and the pan-European financial and capital markets.
BWC Advisory Council member Meg Lundsager will represent the Bretton Woods Committee in the "Washington Session" on Public and Private Agendas for the Post-Covid Global Transitions: Reforms and Resiliency Plans to close out the conference at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST on Thursday, December 2. OECD Secretary General Mathias Corman will open the session. We look forward to seeing many of you there!
For the detailed program of the conference and the registration link, refer to the event website here.
Please contact the Secretariat at [email protected] if you have any questions.