The Luxembourg Association for Risk Management (ALRiM) will host its 5th global risk conference on 20 June with the participation of the World Economic Forum.
Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna will deliver a speech at the conference, which will be held in the iconic 19 Liberté building, former headquarters of ArcelorMittal (pictured).
WEF’s own Aengus Collins will present the latest edition of the WEF Global Risk Report, which looks into the transformations and landscape surrounding global risk.
This year’s event also includes a roundtable discussion on the opportunities and risks associated with cryptocurrency; panel members include Emilie Allaert, LHoFT; ALFI Chairman Denise Voss; Claude Wampach, CSSF; François Masquelier, RTL; and Collins (aforementioned, WEF).
The conference is free of charge, although advance registration is required by 8 June; email [email protected] For a full programme, visit the ALRiM event page.