The Quest for Normality in an Uncertain World

Washington D.C, USA

October 13, 2018 



A decade later what can be said about how global finance dealt the pressures that ensued from the financial crisis?  What challenges lie ahead for world finance and global politics in a time still fraught with major uncertainty?



  • Axel WEBER: Chairman of the Board of Directors, UBS
  • Beat SIEGENTHALER: Global Macro Advisor, UBS Investment Bank
  • Chen LONG: Chief Strategy Officer, Ant Financial Services Group
  • Elena FLOR: Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Intesa SanPaolo
  • Ewald NOWOTNY: Governor, National Central Bank of Austria
  • Geoffrey WONG: Head of EM Equities, UBS Asset Management
  • Jae KU: Director, US Korea Institute at SAIS
  • James BULLARD: President, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
  • Jenny TOWN: Assistant Director, US Korea Institute at SAIS
  • Jose Antonio OCAMPO: Member of the Board of Directors, Central Bank of Colombia
  • Joseph DETHOMAS: Professor of Practice, School of International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University, Former US Ambassador
  • Kairat KELIMBETOV: Governor, Astana International Financial Centre
  • Klaus REGLING: Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism
  • Kristin FORBES: Professor of Economics, MIT Business School
  • Ksenia YUDAEVA: First Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Russia
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Massimiliano CASTELLI: Managing Director, UBS Global Asset Maangement
  • Olli REHN: Member of the Board, Bank of Finland
  • Perry WARJIYO: Deputy Governor, Bank of Indonesia
  • Sayuri SHIRAI: Professor, Keio University, Former Bank of Japan Board Member
  • Sir Paul TUCKER: Senior Fellow, Center for European Studies, Harvard University
  • Viral ACHARYA: Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India
  • Vitor CONSTANCIO: Vice President, European Central Bank

This website uses cookies. By using this website you agree to the use of cookies. Read More

The Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee uses cookies on its website to count and analyse visits to the site. The organization uses this information sparingly and responsibly. Users of the site can configure their web browsers to notify them of these cookies or refuse to use them.