BRICS BUCKS AND BEYOND: HOW EMERGING ECONOMIC POWERS ARE REDEFINING GLOBAL FINANCE
Within the next decade over 60% of global output is projected to come from emerging economies, reshaping not only the investment landscape, but also how capital will be managed in a new, emerging global system.
1) How is emerging market finance both adopting and challenging the financial frameworks established by the developed world over the past half century?
2) What are the transforming roles of state-directed and laissez-faire market approaches, and can we expect this to change dramatically as power shifts east? How will sovereign wealth impact global finance over the medium term?
3) Will emerging market finance alter risk management frameworks?
Maria Bartiromo , News anchor and interviewer, CNBC
Josef Ackermann , Chairman of the Management Board, Chairman of the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG
Ronald Joseph Arculli , Chairman, Hong Kong Stock Exchanges and Clearing
Stephen Jennings , Chief Executive Officer, Renaissance Group
Luciano Coutinho , President, Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Vikram Pandit , Chief Executive Officer, Citigroup Inc.
Alexey Uljukaev , Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Anand Sharma , Minister of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of India
Zhu Yunlai , Chief Executive Officer, China International Capital Corporation
Jim O’Neill , Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM)
Vijay Chandok , President and Head of International Banking Group, ICICI Bank