Digital Sessions

IMF World Bank Meetings

October 12-29

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Reflections on Policy Responses and the Future Post Pandemic Monetary Architecture

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for live stream discussions 

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Upcoming Events

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IMF/ World Bank Fall Meetings

October 12-16, 2020


Dialogue of Continents 2020

The Age of Imagination

November 4-6, 2020



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About Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee

The Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee (RBWC) is a not-for-profit organization that orchestrates an open dialogue among stakeholders committed to redefining the global financial architecture and monetary system to better respond to the changing economic landscape.

RBWC has since 1994 worked with partners from across the globe to organize numerous seminars and conferences, during which public and private sector participants come together to discuss pressing issues in an environment that gives sufficient room for deep interactive dialogue and the opportunity to build strong peer networks. In its drive to stimulate debate and to generate a framework for new policy directives, RBWC has become an important forum for prominent policy makers who want to put their thinking up for debate and into a market context.

The Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee (RBWC) is a US-based foundation that orchestrates an open and cross-national dialogue among high-level stakeholders committed to promoting a stable global financial architecture and to helping key institutions prepare for changes in the economic landscape.


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