FT - MIGA Summit: Managing Global Political Risk

FT-MIGA Summit: Managing Global Political Risk - The Sovereign Debt Threat                                                                                

6 December 2012 - The Waldorf Hilton, London

The risk of advanced European economies defaulting on their debts - once highly unlikely - is now a real threat to the stability of the region, and will have far reaching consequences for the global economy.  

FT-MIGA Summit: Managing Global Political Risk - The Sovereign Debt Threat, organised by the Financial Times in partnership with the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), a member of the World Bank Group, will feature insightful presentations and interactive panel discussions on the relationship between sovereign risk and political risk, and their impact on global markets.

Key issues to be addressed include 

  • The impact of stressed sovereign debts on political risk and the broader economy
  • The steps leaders must take to restore confidence from a political risk perspective
  • Predictions for emerging markets’ growth prospects in light of current economic challenges
  • Outlook on how changing government policies will affect global investments
Photos from the event are now available to view and download here

Who should attend?
  •  Chairman
  •  CEOs
  •  Managing Directors
  •  Heads of Political Risk
  •  Heads of Sovereign Risk
  •  Chief Economists
  •  Heads of Corporate Strategy
  •  Senior Political Analysts
How to apply

The event is by invitation only. If you would like to apply to attend contact:
Michael Lundby
e: mike.lundby@ft.com
t: +44 (0)207 873 3837
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