TNW initiates The Global Boardroom with the Financial Times

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The Global Boardroom - general

In collaboration with the Financial Times, TNW has initiated a new global digital conference to gather the most senior global decision makers and leading minds in policy, business and finance: The Global Boardroom.

The first edition is scheduled on May 12 and 14 and will be free to attend. The speaker lineup consists of highly anticipated speakers:

Kristalina Georgieva - Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Al Gore - Former US Vice President; Chairman, Generation Investment Management

Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala - Former Finance Minister of Nigeria, and Board Chair, Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

Stewart Butterfield - CEO and Co-founder, Slack

Tony Blair - Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Executive Chairman, Institute for Global Change

Haruhiko Kuroda - Governor, Bank of Japan

David Rubenstein - Co-Founder and Co-Executive Chairman, The Carlyle Group

Michael O’Leary - CEO, Ryanair

Soumya Swaminathan - Chief Scientist, World Health Organization

And contributions from:

- Bill Gates (Founder Microsoft and Bill Gates Foundation)

- Emmanuel Macron (President of France)

About The Global Boardroom - Inaugural edition

The coronavirus pandemic is causing massive disruption to economies, businesses and markets across the world.

Political, business and finance leaders are coming under scrutiny as they balance economic recovery goals, operational survival and future resilience against the need to save lives and act responsibly.

What is the exit strategy?

How quickly will the global economy emerge from hibernation?

What price will the world ultimately pay?

Watch on demand sessions from three days of live recorded online conversations from 12-14 May 2020 with the most senior global decision makers and leading minds in policy, business and finance.

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