This panel will examine the challengers to political leaders and policymakers in drafting new rules for a digital age. Panelists will discuss new business models, the evolution of anti-trust law and the concentration of economic power are affecting competition, economies and the financial system. They will debate possible policy frameworks and solutions to assure a diverse, innovative and competitive economy.
Ana Botín and Nadia Calviño.
The state of trust: an update
Trust and value in the global economy
Banking on trust: leadership, responsiveness and resilience
Moderator: James Harding, Founder, Tortoise.
Speakers: Richard Edelman, Mariana Mazzucato and Ana Botín.
In data we trust - or do we?
Introduction: E. Glen Weyl.
Building trust in data: use, abuse and responsibility
Moderator: Cristina San José.
Speaker: E. Glen Weyl and Diego Rubio.
Dialogue on Europe: peace, prosperity, and mistrust
Moderator: Matthew Goodwin.
Speakers: Carl Bildt.
Case study: the path to trust in Argentina
The outlook of trust
Moderator: James Harding.
Speakers: José Antonio Álvarez, Pablo Hernández de Cos, Martin Gilbert.
Plenary conclusions: James Harding.
Populism and trust in Europe with Professor Matthew Goodwin
With: Professor Matthew Goodwin.
Filling the green financing gap
With: Eila Kreivi, Peter Sweatman, and Ana Rivero.
Trust in digital currencies: what we know, what we don’t know and what we need to know
With: Jean-Pierre Landau and John Whelan.