The Global Future Council on Financial and Monetary Systems published this report singling out three key aspects of the risks and challenges associated with the two seemingly opposed forc...
A number of factors are dramatically affecting global financial and monetary systems including: the ability of regulation to keep up with the development of new technologies, questions about the appropriate use of data, and the emerging threat of barriers to the free global flow of money and capital as well as to the data fuelling the delivery of financial services. The Global Future Council on Financial and Monetary Systems will explore these developments, and assess not only the emergence of new players, technologies and innovation, but also the risks they pose to society. In addition, the council will look at ways to strengthen links between financial system stability and economic growth.
Bridget Fawcett, Global Head, Strategy, Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory (BCMA), Citi, USA
Eric Parrado, Chief Economist; General Manager, Research Department, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington DC
· Kai Keller, Project Lead, Financial Stability, Innovation and Economic Growth; Global Leadership, firstname.lastname@example.org