Financial Market Symposium
Does the increasing digitalisation of financial markets represent the inevitable creative destruction of out-of-date structures or is it simply innovation for its own sake? Are low interest rates necessary to encourage a normal level of inflation or are they robbing long-term investors of their savings? The Euro is recognized everywhere as a means of payment, as a store value and as a reserve currency - will this remain the case in the future?
No matter where we turn in the financial markets today, we come across new ground. And while there are prognoses for the future, uncertainty dominates. Where are the radically new ideas to tackle these countless challenges?
At the Financial Market Symposium, international experts look towards the future of digital financial markets, the architecture governing the European currency and interest rate policies. Discover perspectives on the new enlightenment during the Plenary Sessions and discuss successful examples at the interactive Breakfast Clubs.