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Financial industry leaders and policy experts addressed the thorny issue of migration in Europe after the Paris attacks during the Weathering the Global Storms: Perils and Possibilities panel discussion at CME Group’s 8th annual Global Financial Leadership Conference.

Nouriel Roubini, chairman and co-founder of Roubini Global Economics, pointed out that Europe’s economy benefits from migration in the long-term, though addressing integration and public apprehension remains challenging.[…] Continue Reading »

Access to capital – in both large and small amounts – plays a huge role in the global water crisis. If you don’t believe that, then go ask the Terminator.

Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took the stage at CME Group’s 8th annual Global Financial Leadership Conference this week and ticked off numerous examples of how a lack of political will and the accompanying infrastructure capital is stifling efforts to solve the water crisis affecting California and other regions around the world.[…] Continue Reading »

Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Timothy Massad believes central clearing has been “transformative” for derivatives markets and will continue to play a role in the development of sound markets.

Amid much discussion about the technical issues associated with regulatory reform, Massad reminded the audience at CME Group’s 8th Annual Global Financial Leadership Conference that it is important to not lose sight of overarching priorities.[…] Continue Reading »

Terry Duffy is the Executive Chairman and President of CME Group, which is hosting its annual Global Financial Leadership Conference next week in Naples, Fla. Mr. Duffy chatted with SmartBrief and shared more background on the GFLC.

The Global Financial Leadership Conference is now in its 8th year … How has the event evolved?

The GFLC has evolved into one of the foremost events for leaders in our industry.[…] Continue Reading »

A few highlights and memorable quotes from Day Three of the 2015 Milken Institute Global Conference:

Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker says offering corporations a one-time tax repatriation holiday is not some kind of silver bullet that would solve the challenge of trying to get U.S. multinationals to bring their profits home. Pritzker said the repatriation holiday is only part of a more complex plan.[…] Continue Reading »