This conference report summarizes the key points and discussions from the tenth Financial Regulatory Outlook Conference, co-hosted by the Oliver Wyman Forum and the Centre for International Governance Innovation and held in Rome, Italy, on November 21, 2023. The conference provided participants with significant context and a holistic view on the potential evolution of the monetary order, including existing challenges and threats as well as opportunities. The overall feeling at the event was cautiously optimistic about a smooth monetary order evolution, conditional on further reductions in inflationary pressures as well as the ability of politicians to manage challenges in multiple areas of priority relating to the green and digital transitions and significant geopolitical and regional conflicts.

About the Authors

Paul Samson is president of CIGI. He has 30 years of experience across a range of policy issues with partners from around the world. He is a former senior government official and also served for many years as co-chair of the principal G20 working group on the global economy.

Angelo Federico Arcelli is currently a CIGI senior fellow and a professor of economics of international institutions at Guglielmo Marconi University in Rome.