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Salzburg Global Finance Forum at the World Capital Markets Symposium
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Salzburg Global Finance Forum at the World Capital Markets Symposium
February 07 to 07, 2018
Salzburg Global Seminar and Securities Commission Malaysia are convening an evening discussion of the annual Salzburg Forum on Finance in a Changing World and its 2018 program The Promise and Perils of Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybercrime, and FinTech. ...
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Palliser Lecture 2018: Democracy and Civil Society - A Shrinking Space?
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Palliser Lecture 2018: Democracy and Civil Society - A Shrinking Space?
March 16 to 16, 2018
The Rt Hon the Baroness Usha Prashar delivered the 2018 Palliser Lecture on "Democracy and Civil Society - A Shrinking Space?" on March 16, 2018 in London, UK. This was the fourth lecture in memory of the Rt Hon Sir Michael Palliser GCMG, who died in 2012. He ...
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Mechanics for the Future: How Can Governments Transform Themselves?
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Mechanics for the Future: How Can Governments Transform Themselves?
May 13 to 15, 2018
Governments worldwide are under pressure to meet complex needs as populations age, countries urbanize, and technology transforms lives and work. They have lead responsibility to prepare their societies for a radically changing world, yet face shrinking budgets and declining ...
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The Promise and Perils of Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybercrime and FinTech
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The Promise and Perils of Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybercrime and FinTech
June 24 to 26, 2018
The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” opens up uncharted frontiers. Advances in big data, artificial intelligence, robotics, etc. drive change across all industries, offering new prospects for growth but also carrying both known and unknown risks. The 2018 Forum will consider how ...
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Brave New World: How Can Corporate Governance Adapt?
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Brave New World: How Can Corporate Governance Adapt?
October 04 to 06, 2018
New technologies, societal trends, and some corporate stakeholders are increasingly challenging traditional principles of corporate governance. Even experienced directors may find it hard to fully understand the implications of such changes for the way they perform their ...
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