As most economies are emerging from the pandemic, the 2021 year will be the most important of the decade and will reshape the destiny of the future generations.
Central banks and governments will take critical decisions to revive economies left with permanent damages, higher indebtedness, social uncertainties but also with new opportunities.
To succeed, policy makers will have to demonstrate their willingness to pursue international cooperation and their ability to maintain government support in coordination with innovative monetary strategies.
CFA Society France is pleased to welcome Jean-Claude Trichet, Governor of the European Central Bank between 2003 and 2011, to share his views on the political, economic and monetary choices in light of the new turn the European project is taking.
This is the first event from the newly launched Macroeconomics Series Committee led by Sarah Carlson, CFA and Tristan Perrier, CFA.
Introduction: Jean-Philippe Dorp, CFA – President
Interview: Jean-Claude Trichet – Governor of the European Central Bank with Sarah Carlson, CFA – Sovereign Risk Group – Moody’s
This event will be held in English.
Jean-Claude Trichet is presently European Chairman of the Trilateral Commission.
Jean-Claude Trichet is a member of the “Institut de France” (Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques). He is honorary chairman of the Bruegel Institute (Brussels). He is honorary chairman of the Group of Thirty (Washington). He was a member of the Eminent Persons Group on Global Financial Governance (EPG), set up in 2017 by the G20 Finance Ministers and Governors, which published its report in 2018.
Jean-Claude Trichet was President of the European Central Bank (2003-2011). He was Governor of Banque de France (1993-2003) and Undersecretary of the French Treasury (1987-
1993). He was President of the Paris Club (debt rescheduling) (1985-1993), President of the European Monetary Committee (1992-1993), President of the Group of 10 Central Banks
Governors and President of the Global economy meeting in Basel (2002-2011). He was President of Sogepa (Société de Gestion des Participations Aéronautiques) (2012-2013) and Director of Airbus Group (2012-2018). He was named “Person of the Year” by the Financial Times in 2007 and n° 5 of the “World Most Powerful” in the Newsweek list (2008).
Born in Lyon in 1942, Jean-Claude Trichet is an honorary inspecteur général des Finances and ingénieur civil des Mines. He is a graduate of the Institut d’études politiques de Paris, of the Université de Paris (in economics) and of the École Nationale d’Administration. Jean-Claude Trichet has been awarded honorary doctorates by several universities.
Sarah Carlson, CFA, has been the lead analyst for most countries in the European Union, and is also a former lead analyst for the United States. She is one of the Sovereign Risk Group’s global spokespeople. She joined Moody’s in 2009 after completing a Sloan Fellowship at the London Business School. Prior to this academic sabbatical, she spent seven years at the Financial Services Authority in London where she headed the regulator’s Risk Analysis area and acted as its chief macroeconomist. Before joining the FSA, she worked in Dun & Bradstreet’s Economic Analysis Group for six years, where she was the organisation’s Deputy Chief Economist.
She holds an MA in European Studies (with a concentration in Economics and Finance) from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University and an AB with a double major in Government and History from Dartmouth College. She is a CFA Charterholder.
This meeting is held by CFA Society France
CFA PL credits
If you are a CFA Institute member, you are eligible to record 1.00 PL credits hours for your participation in this meeting