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Experts from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) explain their work and discuss current issues for the global economy. As a hub for central banks and other financial regulatory and supervisory authorities, the BIS seeks to build a greater collective understanding of the world economy, foster international cooperation and support policy making.
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In this educational podcast from the BWC, Nancy Jacklin, longtime BWC member and former US Executive Director of the IMF, sits down with experts for the benefit of non-experts interested in the Bretton Woods Institutions and other IFIs because of their educational pursuits, employment, or just their curiosity. In this way we hope to increase knowledge of, and support for the institutions - which is at the heart of our own mission. The series is will explain the origins of the various institu ...
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The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
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Should a prudential regulatory regime apply to non-bank financial intermediaries – and if so, what should it look like? Financial Stability Institute Senior Advisors Johannes Ehrentraud and Raihan Zamil discuss this, drawing from their recent FSI Insight paper: Safeguarding the financial system's spare tyre: regulating non-bank retail lenders in th…
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How will the widespread adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) affect inflation and the global economy? How do consumers perceive the impact of AI on their everyday lives? BIS economists Iñaki Aldasoro and Sebastian Doerr discuss these issues, drawing from their recent Working Paper The impact of artificial intelligence on output and inflation an…
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Welcome to the Solomon Success show, where we uncover timeless insights from King Solomon and the Bible for business and investing. Amidst a sea of false promises, let's refocus on enduring principles for a life of peace and prosperity. I'm Scott Florida, guest hosting for Jason Hartman. Drawing from my 30 years of pastoral and entrepreneurial expe…
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In the concluding episode of Brettonomics Season Two, Nancy Jacklin tackles one of today's most intricate challenges in global finance—the shift towards digital finance and the subsequent policy implications. Accompanied by Sir Jon Cunliffe, the former Deputy Governor for Financial Stability at the Bank of England, they explore the opportunities an…
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Episode seven shines a spotlight on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), an international institution created to foster economic cooperation. Nancy welcomes Pier Carlo Padoan, who is currently the Chairman of Unicredit, and who has served previously both as the Deputy Secretary-General and the Chief Economist of the OEC…
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For the sixth episode of the season, Nancy Jacklin engages in a conversation with Takatoshi Kato, an experienced policy official in international financial policy with a notable tenure as the former vice minister for international affairs at Japan's Ministry of Finance and as the Deputy Managing Director of the IMF. Together, they extend the explor…
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In the fifth episode, Nancy Jacklin delves into the realm of multilateral banks that have a regional orientation, known as Regional Development Banks (RDBs). Although there are over 30 RDBs worldwide, this podcast will spotlight just three of these banks: the InterAmerican Development Bank, the African Development Bank, and the European Bank for Re…
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In the third part of this episode, Nancy Jacklin and Joaquim Levy explore the World Bank’s role as a knowledge bank and the importance of that role in economic development. They also examine the World Bank’s relations with its sister institution, the IMF, and the bank’s increasing role in helping its members deal with the economic development chall…
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Episode 3 continues the exploration of the other institutions of the World Bank Group: the International Development Association, the International Finance Corporation, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Authority, and the International Center for the Resolution of Investment Disputes. Nancy Jacklin and Joaquim Levy also take a look at the use o…
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In this three-part series on the World Bank, Nancy Jacklin and Joaquim Levy embark on an in-depth exploration of the bank's mission and objectives. Joaquim Levy, currently serving as the Director of Economic Strategy and Market Relations at Banca Safra, and formerly the Chief Financial Officer of the World Bank, the Finance Minister of Brazil, and …
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Nancy Jacklin delves into the evolution of economic development theories and the shifting political and economic priorities influencing development financing. She is joined by Masood Ahmed, President of the Center for Global Development, who brings over 35 years of policy expertise from senior roles at the IMF, the World Bank, and the UK Department…
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Should central banks worry about women’s level of participation in the economy and the economic profession? Rosanna Costa, President of the Central Bank of Chile talks to Alexandre Tombini, Chief Representative for the BIS Office for the Americas about why they should, while also sharing some highlights on Chile’s current macroeconomic situation.…
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Central banks were early adopters of AI and machine learning. But as the world ramps up efforts to embrace new technologies, what does this mean for central banks? How can they stay ahead of the curve? Sebastian Doerr and Douglas Araujo discuss the findings of a BIS Bulletin on AI applications in central banking and the challenges that central bank…
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In this episode, Nancy Jacklin sits down with Siddharth Tiwari, former Executive Secretary of the G20 Eminent Persons Group and Head of Operations in the African Department for the IMF. They discuss the IMF's evolving relationship to low income countries and what the IMF is doing in terms of capacity-building and policy support for LICs.…
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In this episode, Nancy Jacklin sits down with Stefan Ingves, former head of the Central Bank of Sweden and Chairman of the Basel Committee, to talk about the framework for regulation and oversight of global financial markets and the financial institutions that participate in them.By secretariaty
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In this episode, Nancy Jacklin sits down with John Lipsky, Vice-Chair of the Bretton Woods Committee and the First Deputy Managing Director of the IMF from 2006-2011. They discuss how the adverse effects of the 2008 financial crisis were tackled with international cooperation and what reforms were made to the institutional framework for the global …
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In this episode, Nancy Jacklin sits down with Caroline Atkinson, a former senior official at both the US Treasury Department and the IMF, to discuss the financial crises of the 1990's and how they caused a shift in IMF focus to predict future vulnerabilities and avoid further crises.By secretariaty
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What role have central banks played in bringing down inflation? 2023 has seen central banks across the globe respond forcefully to the recent rise in inflation. But given that much of this increase was due to sectoral shocks, what can monetary policy do to counter it? Benoit Mojon explains the findings of a new BIS Bulletin on monetary policy and d…
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Jason Hartman welcomes Ronald Reagan to the show to share a moving Christmas story. Next, some mortgage financial planning illustrated by "A Tale of Two Brothers" by Ric Edelman who has educated his clients for years on the benefits of integrating their mortgage into their overall financial plan. #SolomonSuccess #WisdomForSuccess #BiblicalPrinciple…
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Artificial intelligence is on everyone’s minds these days. Many are predicting a period of upheaval ahead, while others believe it will be beneficial to economic growth and productivity. But how will all this impact the richest and poorest in society? Jon Frost, Head of Economics for the Americas, and Giulio Cornelli, Senior Financial Market Analys…
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Which trends might shape Asia’s economic outlook? Which challenges do emerging markets currently face? Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) Chief Executive Eddie Yue discusses these questions with Chief Representative of Office for Asia and the Pacific, Tao Zhang. The HKMA has been a member of the BIS for over 25 years. Chief Executive Yue also spok…
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Do stablecoins live up to their name and can they serve as a reliable means of payment and store of value? Senior Economist Anneke Kosse discusses these questions based on the BIS paper “Will the real stablecoin please stand up?” She also highlights how significant data gaps regarding the users and uses of stablecoins make it difficult to ascertain…
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Jason Hartman talks with Robert (Bob) Katz, author of The Solomon Portfolio. Robert W. Katz has been a partner in a New Orleans-based certified public accounting firm for the last 30 years. His areas of specialty include personal financial planning, tax and estate planning and health care consulting. #SolomonSuccess #WisdomForSuccess #BiblicalPrinc…
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