Past eventInvitation Only

An Evolving International Monetary System: Risks to Global Monetary and Financial Stability

3 April 2013 - 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Hong Kong, China


Marshall Auerback, Director of Institutional Partnerships, INET
Thomas A Bernes, Distinguished Fellow; Executive Director (2009-12), CIGI
D'Maris Coffman, Mary Bateson Research Fellow; Director, Centre for Financial History, Newnham College, University of Cambridge
Haihong Gao, Director, Research Centre for International Finance, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Paul Jenkins, Distinguished Fellow, CIGI; Senior Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada (2003-10)
Paola Subacchi, Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House
Yu Yongding, Member of Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, People's Republic of China; Member of the Monetary Policy Committee, People's Bank of China (2004-06)



The global financial crisis and the growing importance of the emerging economies have made it more likely that the dollar may take a smaller role in the international monetary system than at present. What shape will the IMS take? How will responsibility for global economic governance and stability unfold in a multi-currency world with perhaps three or more key currencies?

Chatham House, CIGI and INET will collaborate to host this workshop to discuss the possibility and challenges of the evolution to a multiple reserve currency world and to explore the stability and functioning of the IMS at present and in the future.

Attendance at this event is by invitation only.