OMFIF City Lecture: Már Guðmundsson

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Innholders Hall

30 College Street

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EC4R 2RH

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OMFIF City Lecture: Már Guðmundsson

Iceland's recovery: facts, myths, and the lessons learned

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An on-the-record lecture by Már Guðmundsson, Governor of the Central Bank of Iceland, in which he will discuss the impact of the financial crisis and how Iceland recovered from it. There will be a Q&A session.

This discussion will be moderated by David Marsh, Managing Director, OMFIF.

10:30 Registration and refreshments

11:00 Welcome and opening remarks by David Marsh, Managing Director, OMFIF

11:10 City Lecture – ‘Iceland after the financial crisis’, Már Guðmundsson, Governor, Central Bank of Iceland

11:35 Respondent remarks by John Nugeé, OMFIF Advisory Board

11:45 Q&A moderated by David Marsh

12:15 Closing remarks and end of lecture

This lecture will be on-the-record.

We expect a group of approx. 100 senior delegates from the financial community to attend and we would warmly welcome your attendance on this occasion. Due to the high level of interest in this City lecture, early registration is advised and only those successfully registered will be able to participate.

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Innholders Hall

30 College Street

London

EC4R 2RH

United Kingdom

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The Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum is an independent research and advisory group and a platform for confidential exchanges of views between official institutions and private sector counterparts.

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