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SALZBURG GLOBAL FINANCE FORUM

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Overview

COVID-19 is testing the financial sector and economies worldwide. Regulators have taken support measures by reducing capital buffers, providing liquidity and postponing stress tests. However, maintaining this level of sectoral resilience over the medium- to long-term will be challenging in the light of the expected slow recovery path and increasing debt.

Harnessing the Salzburg Global Finance Forum’s cross-border networks and thought leadership, this webinar will examine the critical role of the financial sector for post-pandemic economic recovery and discuss how a high-quality regulatory framework could help “build back better” for a more resilient, equitable and sustainable financial system.

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This moderated 1-hour-and-15-minute-long webinar will feature an international panel of experts from different perspectives and provide interactive opportunities for all participants to pose questions via the chat function.

As with all Salzburg Global programs, this webinar will be conducted under the Chatham House Rule, i.e. all information gained through the program can be shared but we ask that you do not attribute any quotes or comments to any specific individuals or their organizations.

Participant Profile

The webinar is open to all Fellows of Salzburg Global Seminar as well as to non-Fellows interested in the topic (please request your invitation via email to Antonio Riolino, Program Manager).

The webinar is open to all Fellows of Salzburg Global Seminar as well as to non-Fellows interested in the topic. The event is capped at 70 participants. Unfortunately we will have to remove any additional registrations that will occur after the limit has been reached. To complete the registration click here