Coface Country Risk conference will take place on Thursday 1st February. Find out more about the program and register online now.
With tensions on the geopolitical front having risen even more than expected, the end of the year is likely to be marked by a significant slowdown in activity and a sharp acceleration in claims, constituting a possible tipping point towards a 2024 financial year that is likely to be full of twists and turns, if only because of a particularly busy political agenda.
With Coface’s help, the 1st February, learn to navigate these challenges, in terms of country, political, social and sectoral risks – that we will need to face in the coming months.
Alongside Coface's economists, high-level international experts from the world of business, finance, and economic research will decipher the major challenges of the global economy and assess their possible impact on companies worldwide.
On the agenda
Sigmar Gabriel, Former Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Former Vice-Chancellor of Germany, will hold a keynote.
Round table: Geopolitical instability back in the spotlight: what is the impact on investment decisions?
- Valerie Baudson, Chief Executive Officer, Amundi
- Guillaume Callonico, Head of Geopolitical Analysis, CDPQ - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec
- Alexis Crow, Principal, Trust Solutions, Global Geopolitical Investing Practice Leader, PwC
- Thomas Gomart, Directeur, IFRI - Institut français des relations internationales
Round table : Facing new risks
- Typhaine Beauperin, Chief Executive Officer, Federation of European Risk Management Association
- Marc Darmon, Senior Vice President, Thales
- Alfonso Natale, Partner, Mckinsey
- Christophe Perillat, Chief Executive Officer, Valeo
Jean-Christophe CAFFET, our chief economist, will lead you through the main challenges for the global economy in 2024 and beyond.
Our economists will debate whether we are seeing the first signs of a “new deal” in emerging economies.