Alexandria, VA: July 11-13, 2018
Saint Petersburg, Russia: June 30-July 2
On July 11-13, an international symposium organized by FSVC, with generous support from Carnegie Corporation of New York, brought together 28 leading experts from the United States, Russia, China and other key countries to discuss topics related to the state of the international financial system. Topics included the increased use of financial and economic sanctions, the “de-risking” trend, the lack of lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and the risks and opportunities posed by new financial technologies (FinTech).
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The latest international symposium organized by the Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC), funded in part by Carnegie Corporation of New York, took place in St. Petersburg, Russia, during June 30-July 2, 2019. The symposium brought together 25 leading experts from Russia, China, the United States and Europe to discuss topics related to the state of the international financial system. These topics included the impact of financial and economic issues on foreign policy, the financial and economic engagement of advanced economies with the emerging market world, and the risks and opportunities presented by new financial technologies.