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College of Central Bankers Executive Briefing: Climate Change
Join the GIC's College of Central Bankers for an Executive Briefing on Thursday, January 27, 2022. The webinar will begin at 12:00 p.m. (ET) and will explore climate change with GIC College of Central Bankers Fellows, Katarzyna Zajdel-Kurowska, Former Board member of the Management Board of the National Bank of Poland, and Christian Noyer, Honorary Governor of the Banque de France. This program, including a live audience Q&A, will be moderated by Kathleen Stephansen, GIC Chair, Senior Economist for Haver Analytics and Trustee of EQAT Trust Funds, plus welcoming remarks from Peter A. Gold, Esq., CCB Chair, GIC Vice Chair, and Principal of TheGoldGroup LLC.

About the Institutional Alignment Project: The College of Central Bankers is actively organizing a multiyear global discussion called the Institutional Alignment Project. This Project is centered around the overarching question of whether national and international policymaking institutions are sufficiently equipped to address the impacts of high debt levels, digital currencies, unsupervised algorithmic trading, inequality, climate change, and changing demographics. This Project will also address whether long-standing international accords need to be modified and/or whether new global agreements are necessary. Working collaboratively, the CCB and its community will be bringing this discussion and other activities to the global stage, beginning with a series of virtual events.

About the College of Central Bankers: The Global Interdependence Center’s College of Central Bankers provides a platform for former leaders of the world’s central banks and similar institutions to share their unique combination of hands on experience and continued thought leadership on important global issues facing economies and effecting the quality of life. We invite you to please click here for more information on the College and its Fellows.

Jan 27, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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