Financial and Monetary Systems

Podcast: A glimpse into the future of financial and monetary systems

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Cecilia Skingsley
Head, BIS Innovation Hub, Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Axel P. Lehmann
President Personal & Corporate Banking and President, UBS Switzerland
Rigas Hadzilacos
Project Lead, Industry Accelerators, World Economic Forum Geneva
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What value does the global financial system provide to society today? How do financial systems get decentralized? Looking to the next 10-15 years, what are the positive and negative scenarios, and what actions need to be taken now?

In this week’s episode of “A Glimpse into the Future”, we talk to Cecilia Skingsley, Deputy Governor of the Swedish Central Bank and Axel P. Lehmann, President of UBS Switzerland. Cecilia and Axel are also the co-chairs of the World Economic Forum's Council on the Future of Financial and Monetary Systems.

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