|Media||Title||Article date||Article source|
|The White House:
President Biden Announces Nominee for Deputy Administrator for Resilience at the Federal Emergency Management Agency
WASHINGTON – Today, President Joe Biden announced his intent to nominate Alice Hill to serve as the Deputy Administrator for Resilience at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security.
|Fri, Jan 7, 2022||The White House|
The recent meeting of the COP (which annually monitors progress), marked for the first time a welcome (albeit timid) dose of realism. (Spanish only)
|Mon, Dec 6, 2021||Diario Financiero(R)|
|William Rhodes and Stuart Macintosh:
This episode of “A look into the Crystal Ball on the Future of Finance,” features William “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. In this high-level conversation, you will hear about the everchanging banking culture & conduct landscape on both sides of the Atlantic, and how financial institutions must adapt to incorporate new challenges, such as climate change, crypto, and digital currencies, in their culture & conduct operations.
|Wed, Dec 15, 2021||European American Chamber of Commerce|
|Carolyn A. Wilkins:
Carolyn Wilkins talks about cryptoassets and the ‘financial ecosystem’ they are a part of. She looks at the risks and opportunities decentralised finance may bring and the regulatory response to these.
|Mon, Nov 22, 2021||Bank of England
|By Frank Vogl:
"Authoritarian regimes in many countries, and the men that lead them, depend on the international management of licit and illicit funds under their control. Frank Vogl shows that curbing their activities for their kleptocratic clients is critical to secure democracy, enhance national security, and ensure international financial stability."
|Mon, Nov 29, 2021||Rowman and Littlefield|
UBS Group AG nominated former Morgan Stanley President Colm Kelleher as its next chairman, tapping an executive with broad banking and wealth experience to help oversee the firm’s pivot towards digital.
|Sat, Nov 20, 2021||Bloomberg|
|Scott Morris , Rowan Rockafellow and Sarah Rose:
China has emerged as a leading participant in multilateral development organizations. In many ways, this is a welcome development. Today’s global challenges, including COVID-19 and climate change, require an international response and have prompted renewed calls for increased multilateral engagement by the major economy countries. This, combined with the recognition of multilateral institutions’ high standards for transparency and environmental safeguards, have led the United States at times to encourage China to step up its multilateral contributions. At the same time, countervailing voices focused on strategic competition increasingly view China’s multilateral participation with skepticism.
|Thu, Nov 18, 2021||Center for Global Development
|Jason Schenker, President of Prestige Economics:
Video: The switch to natural gas is a half-way solution before we have more reliable renewable options
Jason Schenker, president of Prestige Economics, discusses concerns for high natural gas prices amid news that Russia plans to fill its European storage sites starting next month and U.S. natural gas storage data numbers that came out today. Schenker says that supply is a concern as global moves away from coal are adding pressure to the market. He says that from a supply standpoint North America is much more secure in natural gas accessibility than Europe.
|Thu, Oct 28, 2021||BNN Bloomberg|
|Michael B. Greenwald, Harvard Kennedy School:
The 2022 Winter Olympics will be not only a competition between athletes, but also a geopolitical sparring ground as it has been in the past. The development of a Chinese Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) has been in the works for more than 5 years and some of the more potentially nefarious parts of its implementation are finally starting to come to the fore.
|Fri, Nov 5, 2021||Belfer Center - Havard Kennedy School|
|Paul Sheard, Harvard Kennedy School:
John Greenwood and Steve Hanke’s contention that excessive monetary growth is the cause of recent high inflation doesn’t hold water (“The Monetary Bathtub Is Overflowing,” op-ed, Oct. 22). Behind the 35.7% increase in M2 money supply that they cite—and attribute mainly to the Federal Reserve—lies $5.5 trillion of net spending power injected by the federal government. This was to offset the biggest short-term hit to aggregate demand in U.S. history.
|Wed, Nov 3, 2021||Wall Street Journal