Seminar on Asset and Risk Management: Post-Covid 19 and the Rapidly Changing Investment Landscape


virtual panel
Tue, March 8, 2022 9:25 AM – 1:35 PM

The annual OMFIF Seminar on Asset and Risk Management (ARM) brings together high-level representatives of central banks, economic experts and asset managers to discuss macroeconomic and financial developments and management prospects. public sector investments in a post-Covid environment. Participants will also assess the global recovery and economic cycle, the effectiveness of monetary policies and central bank fiscal stimulus plans, as well as issues related to the transition to a low-carbon economy and the integration of ESG in investment frameworks. The aim is to share best practices, promote higher standards and achieve interactive dialogue.

Speakers include:
Øystein Børsum, Deputy Governor, Norges Bank
Gioia Cellai, Chief Market Operations Officer, Banca d’Italia
Juliusz Jablecki, Financial Risk Management Department, National Bank of Poland
Lauren Rosborough Watt, Investment Manager/Manager, Markets and Economics, CalPERS
Owi Ruivivar, Senior Vice President, Economic and Investment Strategy, GIC

Schedule :
09:25-13:35 (London)
04:25-08:35 (New York)
5:25-9:35 p.m. (Singapore)

09:25-09:30: Opening speech

09h30-11h00: First session: The opportunities and challenges for investing and managing reserves in a post-pandemic macroeconomic landscape

  • Assessment of the current investment landscape
  • Implications for asset and risk management and growth prospects (including portfolio diversification strategies and responding to alternative investment trends in financial assets)

11h00-12h00: Break

12h00-13h30: 2nd session: sustainability, risk management and longevity of post-pandemic trends

  • Vulnerability to foreign control and influence
  • Financial market stability
  • Long-term sustainable investment opportunities
  • Integrating ESG into investment frameworks

1:30-1:35 p.m.: Closing speech

This virtual discussion is part of the OMFIF Economic and Monetary Policy Institute, OMFIF’s main stream of activities covering economic and monetary policy and political economy. OMFIF is an independent think tank for central banking, economic policy and public investment, providing a neutral platform for best practices in global public-private sector exchanges around the world. For membership inquiries, please contact [email protected], or for more information, please visit the OMFIF website.

*Note: when you register, you will automatically be registered for both sessions.

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