International Finance

Preliminary policy areas*:

  • Global financial safety net and post pandemic challenges to financial stability
  • Governance and coordination of international financial institutions
  • External debt, financial sustainability and debt relief of developing and low-income countries
  • Transparency and corruption in international capital flows
  • Cryptocurrency and fintech: impacts on the international monetary system
  • Public and private debt sustainability: global monitoring and coordinated adjustment strategies
  • Evolution and coordination of central bank strategies and global financial cycle
  • Coping with new sources of financial instability: climate change, shadow banking, inequalities, AI
  • Banks vs non-bank financial intermediaries: international criteria for definition and regulation
  • Financial innovation for international investment

*Please note that Task Forces’ priorities may be subject to changes/integrations until Task Forces’ co-chairs and members are fully identified

Lead Co-Chair:

Franco Bruni

ISPI Vice President and Co-Head, Centre on Europe and Global Governance