Speeches / Presentations

  • 10-June-2016


    Seminar: Investing for the Future in Today’s Global Markets

    It’s a great pleasure to open this seminar today on “Investing for the future in today's global markets”. First of all, let me welcome Siv Jensen, Norway’s Minister of Finance, and Yngve Slyngstad, the Executive Director of Norges Bank Investment Management.

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  • 9-June-2016


    Launch of the 2016 OECD Business and Finance Outlook

    It is my great pleasure to launch this second edition of the OECD Business and Finance Outlook, along with the first edition of an accompanying Business and Finance Scoreboard, which has a wealth of statistical information relating to the Outlook.

  • 20-April-2016


    Remarks at Netherlands-OECD Global Symposium on Financial Resilience throughout Life

    Financial literacy is an essential life skill. From the cost of education to healthcare, people are confronted with complex, difficult financial decisions: how much and how to borrow, how to save and invest, or which kind of insurance to buy. To address these challenges, we all need to develop the skills to be financially resilient.

  • 14-April-2016


    April 2016 G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting: Remarks on international financial architecture

    It is crucial that G20 countries collectively strive to resist financial protectionism and to keep financial markets open. Worryingly, OECD data suggest a sustained rise in capital flows measures since 2008, across emerging markets as well as some advanced economies.

  • 31-March-2016


    High-Level Seminar on International Financial Architecture: “From Nanjing to Paris”

    We actually need to balance two objectives. On the one hand, we should collectively strive to keep financial markets open. On the other hand, governments need an actionable toolbox of policy instruments to deal with capital flow volatility.

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  • 10-December-2015


    Rethinking fiduciary duty for a more sustainable planet

    If we want to get serious about unlocking green investment, we need to get serious about systematically integrating climate risks into our understanding of fiduciary duty.

  • 9-December-2015

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    The problem: Clean energy does not have enough profitable projects

    OECD's Adrian Blundell-Wignall explains why clean energy projects are not attracting investors despite the availability of fund for investment. This paper was presented at a high-level breakfast event on institutional investors and the low-carbon transition hosted by the OECD Secretary-General during COP21 on 9 December 2015.

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  • 20-November-2015


    Remarks at OECD/Euromoney Conference on Long-term Investment Financing

    It is my great pleasure to be at today’s event, a key part of the Institutional Investors and Long-term Investment project. Before presenting the OECD’s latest work in this area, and our high-level contributions to the G20, let me take a moment to explain why long-term investment is so fundamental to the pursuit of stronger, greener and fairer growth.

  • 29-October-2015

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    Building resilience to climate change risks at the level of cities and SMEs

    29 October 2015, Paris - Resilient cities and SMEs are critical to reducing the economic disruption from climate-related disaster events. In the run up to COP21, these remarks by Adrian Blundell-Wignall at the AXA-UNEP-PSI Conference on Climate Resilience address the importance of building resilience to climate change risks at the level of cities and SMEs.

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  • 10-October-2015


    World Bank/IMF & G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting: Written statement to the Development Committee

    The OECD is well placed to contribute to global follow-up on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) with its range of measurement, country assessment, peer review and peer learning mechanisms. Indeed, its data, expertise, and convening power can serve as a GPS for SDG implementation.

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