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NEW RELEASE: Private Sector Engagement and Equitable Burden Sharing: A New Paradigm


BWC's Sovereign Debt Working Group has published their latest report, Private Sector Engagement and Equitable Burden Sharing: A New Paradigm. 

This report offers groundbreaking recommendations for channeling enhanced financial resources to developing and emerging countries by fostering greater private sector involvement. 

Mon, Jul 24, 2023
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Financing the Future Roundtable: The Role of IFIs in Development and Climate Finance


As an affiliated event to the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact in Paris , BWC organized a roundtable discussion Financing the Future: The Role of IFIs in Development and Climate Finance. The roundtable featured a cross-section of participants from MDBs, private sector, and civil society and highlighted the work of BWC’s Climate and Energy Transition Finance and Multilateral Reform working groups.
 
Key themes that emerged were:

Wed, Jun 28, 2023
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BWC DIALOGUES – Is the competitiveness of the US dollar still relevant in today's global landscape?


"We should not assume that we, as a country, have natural advantages that don't require innovations on the edges," was Dante Disparte's parting appeal. William and Dante's conversation took the long view of US dollar competitiveness and talked about the trends of de-dollarization as well as the potentially harmful effects of sanctions and the US policy environment on overall US Dollar competitiveness.

Fri, Jun 23, 2023
Announcement

Deep Dive: Enhancing Market Integrity and Investor Protection in Crypto Asset Markets


Read the latest brief from BWC's Digital Finance Project Team on investor protection in crypto markets here

Mon, May 22, 2023
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BWC DIALOGUES – FED Up: Does the First Republic Failure Tip the Scales for Tighter Banking Regulation?


"Waiting for the other shoe to drop." The tone of our second installment of the BWC Dialogues series was decidedly less optimistic than the first. Bank of America's Hayley Boesky noted generally low investor sentiment in the wake of the regional bank failures. The panelists did find hope in the overall frankness of the Fed report on the SVB failure and felt that there were many things that regulators, not policymakers, could do in order to prevent future failures.

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Fri, May 5, 2023
Announcement

BWC is Hiring!


BWC has been growing quickly and we need to grow our team to keep up. We are looking for a number of new people to join a nimble and dynamic team. BWC is looking for self-motivated individuals who take pride and ownership of their work for all of the below positions: 

Fri, May 5, 2023
Announcement

Addressing Governance Issues in the Crypto Ecosystem


Read the latest brief from BWC's Digital Finance Project Team on governance issues in crypto here

Fri, Apr 21, 2023
Announcement

Henry Owen Award Memorial Essay Contest Winner Announced


The Bretton Woods Committee would like to congratulate Geovana Pessoa da Vitoria as the winner of our Henry Owen Award Memorial Essay Contest! We encourage you to read Geovana’s essay here

Mon, Apr 17, 2023
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BWC DIALOGUES - The Withdrawal Heard ‘Round the World: A Conversation on the Implications of the Silicon Valley Bank Failure


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Tue, Mar 21, 2023
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Share Your Perspective on the BWC Blog: The International Reach of the SVB failure


The BWC Blog aims to help global leaders envision how to evolve and strengthen the multilateral financial system and encourage policymakers to strengthen international economic cooperation. Calls for submissions vary dependent upon timely global events, but submissions are encouraged on any relevant topic on an ongoing basis. 

Topic: The International Reach of the SVB failure

Fri, Mar 17, 2023