The Global Policy Institute (GPI London) is an independent and non-partisan think tank that was founded in 2007 to analyse questions of globalisation and the changing world order. The Institute is based in the City of London and draws on a rich pool of international thinkers, academics as well as policy and business professionals. The Institute’s current research priorities centre on central banks, monetary policy, international currency regimes and the formation of digital currency areas, with a particular emphasis on how these relate to questions of multipolarity, regionalisation, geopolitics and world order. The Institute gives non-partisan guidance to policymakers and decision takers in business, government, and NGOs.
The Global Policy Institute (GPI London), in partnership with the Digital Pound Foundation, will host a major conference in London’s Canary Wharf on Monday 24 April on the important topic of “The CBDC Revolution: Global Implications of Central Bank Digital Currencies”. This full day event is anticipated to spark some fascinating discussion and debate with a prestigious speaker line-up that includes representatives from the Bank of England, Visa, Ripple, BIS Innovation Hub, SWIFT, UK Finance, and Accenture … among others. To find out more about this conference, visit the event page for the conference by clicking on the FIND OUT MORE button.
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