The Future Policy Legacy of COVID-19 on Infrastructure and Beyond
We are undergoing one of the most intensive periods of policy change and experimentation ever seen. Central banks and governments are deploying radical new policy tools and state intervention in the economy has increased dramatically. Some of these policy experiments will work, while others will not. Many will persist long after the crisis ends, with significant implications for corporations and investors. Using Global Counsel’s framework for assessing macro, policy, behavioural and geopolitical legacies of the crisis, our speakers will explore Europe’s radically changing political environment and what it means for global infrastructure investors, developers, and financiers.
- EU Trade Commissioner Lord Mandelson, Chairman of Global Counsel
- Ali Miraj, ING Infrastructure Finance
- Dr. Gregor Irwin, Global Counsel’s Chief Economist