Global Policymakers Series (GPS)

Thank you for your interest in the first episodes in our new Global Policymakers Series.

This series of videos will include political figures in the US, primarily, and from other countries. Speakers will also be representatives from think tanks with valuable policy insights.

The videos will be distributed at noon EDT on June 30, July 1, July 2 and July 3, in accordance with the event page agenda schedule.

Global Policymakers Series (GPS)

A webinar and in-person series featuring perspectives from current and former policymakers, in addition to senior think tank and practitioner representatives with valuable policy insights, by CFA Society New York in partnership with the Foreign Policy Association.

Global Policymakers Series (GPS) is a collection of exclusive events that convene current and former policymakers, in addition to senior think tank representatives with valuable policy insights, for technical discussions concerning the impact of regulatory, multilateral, fiscal and monetary policies on financial markets and the global economy. GPS launched in June 2020 owing to the critical role policy decisions were playing on investment performance in light of COVID-19.

Monetary and fiscal policy response was taken to unprecedented levels during the Great Recession. The policy response to the financial stresses brought by COVID-19 are likely to exceed the response during the Great Recession. Longer-term, global public pension underfunding, increasing sovereign debt levels, entitlement underfunding and the risks presented to some sectors by technological innovations may require even larger policy responses. GPS will dig deep into these topics and go well beyond the headlines and political noise that obscure real debate and analysis.

GPS was created by Thomas Brigandi, CFA, Global Inaugural Outstanding Young Leader of the CFA Institute, and are driven by his team of over 500 industry leaders globally who source speakers from their respective networks. In light of COVID-19, GPS will begin as a live-streamed and recorded virtual Series, and will transition into both in-person and virtual-based programming.

About Foreign Policy Association

The mission of the Foreign Policy Association today, as it has been for over 100 years, is to serve as a catalyst for developing awareness, understanding, and informed opinion on U.S. foreign policy and global issues. Through its balanced, nonpartisan programs and publications, the FPA encourages citizens to participate in the foreign policy process.

Content Access

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Summit Assets and Resources

Session 1

ETFs and Systemic Risks
CFA Institute Research Foundation / Brief

Accounting and Disclosure Information (ADI)
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Regulation Best Interest — A Small Entity Compliance Guide
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Statement of Hester M. Peirce in Response to Release No. 34-88890; File No. S7-13-19
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission