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Atleast 2023 until ‘normal’ returns

It will take at least an additional two years from now to eradicate the COVID-19 health pandemic despite various coronavirus vaccines being rolled out warned health experts at the FIS Digital 2020. Dr Ian Norton, former global head of WHO’s Emergency Medical Team Initiative, said a long road to normal still lies ahead.
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Atleast 2023 until ‘normal’ returns

It will take at least an additional two years from now to eradicate the COVID-19 health pandemic despite various coronavirus vaccines being rolled out warned health experts at the FIS Digital 2020. Dr Ian Norton, former global head of WHO’s Emergency Medical Team Initiative, said a long road to normal still lies ahead.
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The vaccine

This session looks at the development of a vaccine for COVID-19 and what cooperation is needed to fight the virus.
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Economic future very precarious: IMF

The global macro-economic future remains precarious amongst huge uncertainties according to the head of the capital markets department at the IMF, Tobias Adrian, who warns of fragilities including the disconnection between the real economy and financial markets, and growing debt, as potential interruption to future growth.
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Asset owners adapt and respond to COVID

The Responsible Asset Allocator Initiative finds that 25 leading public pension and sovereign wealth funds, with assets of $6 trillion, are investing tens of billions of dollars in COVID-19 solutions and in funds to support stricken companies. Here they look at what the leading asset allocators around the world are doing to respond to the pandemic.
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Investors outline actions for resilience

Global economic activities will not be back to pre-COVID levels until 2022 according to CPP Investments’ outlook, with the giant Canadian investor expecting the situation to get worse before it gets better.
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IMCO uses nimbleness to advantage

Meticulous planning for the next market crash, and an eye on liquidity, meant IMCO was well positioned to invest, particularly in credit, when the opportunity arose. The fund continues to use its agility to its advantage and is now looking for opportunities in private markets.