We were pleased to partner with Fitch Ratings for another installment of the IIF Global Debt Monitor on Tuesday, September 19. Held during New York Climate Week and the UN General Assembly, this program featured a brief staff presentation highlighting the main takeaways from our flagship report, “Global Debt Monitor: In Search of Sustainability.” Following the presentation, our expert panel discussed key economic and policy developments shaping the outlook for international debt markets, with a particular focus on the challenges facing emerging economies. The discussion explored the relationship between tighter financial conditions, availability of credit and capital flows—including prospects for scaling up climate finance. Additionally, we explored topical policy issues including the work of the G20-IMF-World Bank convened Global Sovereign Debt Roundtable, and efforts to build climate resilience into sovereign debt markets.
+ Clay Lowery, Executive Vice President, IIF
+ Emre Tiftik, Director of Sustainability Research, IIF
+ Sonja Gibbs, Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Finance, IIF (Moderator)
+ Todd Martinez, Senior Director, Co-Head of the Americas Sovereign Team, Fitch Ratings
+ Trang Nguyen, Global Head of EM Credit Strategy, BNP Paribas
+ Luis Oganes, Head of Currencies, Commodities and Emerging Markets Research, JP Morgan
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