Financial Market Symposium
Low interest rates may benefit investors but those who have savings will lose out. Opinions differ on the question of just how fairly financial and capital markets are designed. Do they only help the rich? Or does everybody profit from a financial system which supports the wider economy? How can players on the financial market put the conclusions of the InEquality debate into action? What consequences can we anticipate? The Financial Market Symposium will investigate the interplay between InEquality and the financial world in various areas: do all citizens have enough information on how they can profit from financial services? Does the international financial architecture still fulfil all the requirements set by developing countries and new players? Is the European financial architecture fit for purpose for future years? Alongside plenary sessions, financial experts will delve into these questions together with the audience during interactive breakfast clubs.