Ten years after the crash, are the markets in good shape to manage the challenges of 2019?
Ten year years on from the markets crash, financial institutions and markets have largely recovered, and the new structures in place have settled in. However, as we look forward to 2019, the financial markets are set to have to contend with multiple risks.
In Europe, the UK’s exit of the European Union and the continuing stresses within the Eurozone can be added to global challenges of a slowing Chinese economy, a rising US interest rate environment, and numerous geopolitical threats from Gulf tensions to a continuing risks of a trade war.
Patrick Jenkins – Financial Editor at the Financial Times with responsibility for overseeing coverage of financial services and the City.
Elisa Martinuzzi – EMEA Finance & Investing Managing Editor at Bloomberg, covering global banking, capital markets and corporate finance across Europe, Middle East & Africa region.
Silvia Pavoni – Economics Editor at The Banker, for which she oversees the Latin America and Southern Europe coverage, as well as writing on international financial centres, wealth management, and project and trade finance.
Peter Thal Larsen – EMEA Editor at Reuters Breakingviews, heading Reuters’ financial commentary across Europe.
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