This two-day forum brings together a diverse group of high-level speakers discussing investment trends in an uncertain geopolitical context.
In particular, the speakers will touch on the evolution of investment flows between China and Europe taking into consideration emerging political dynamics between the United States, Europe and China.
Global investments across multiple contexts have been strained by the unprecedented events of the current decade. The effects are expected to be multidimensional, however investments are required to sustain the global business ecosystem. To navigate the investment environment, the forum, organised by Luxembourg for Finance, will build on its previous events that discuss economic developments in China including its green revolution, fintech, capital markets, financial and external investments to mention a few.
As a follow-up on previous events, this year’s forum will involve the participation of Luxembourg’s minister of finance, Pierre Gramegna, alongside major industry experts who will analyse the current complex environment for global investors and investments, access and internalisation of China’s capital markets, domestic economic and investment trends as well as ESG developments in the world’s second largest economy, China.