Setting out a New Way Forward

13 & 14 June 2024

Paris, Carrousel du Louvre
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Sanna Marin

Sanna Marin
Prime Minister & Head of Government of Finland (2019-2023)


Gordon Brown

The Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown
Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (2007-2010)
& Chancellor of the Exchequer (1997-2007)


2024 edition

Adaptation in Motion

Setting out a New Way Forward

Despite ongoing geopolitical tensions, 2024 should see the volatility and uncertainty of recent years yield to adaptation. Monetary policy should normalise as the growth versus inflation dilemma abates. Meanwhile, societies will work to absorb the technological revolution that AI is accelerating. Decarbonising all the world’s economies is urgent—yet global energy transition still faces major hurdles. The next Amundi World Investment Forum will explore how policymakers, financial services and investors can meet these challenges.  

Discover the Amundi World Investment Forum

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Established in Amundi’s calendar since its founding more than a decade ago, the Amundi World Investment Forum has become one of the leading events in asset management, sharing insights, expertise and thought-leadership with our clients from around the world. The event brings together investors across all spheres to discuss the new frontiers of our industry. Over the last thirteen editions, the Amundi World Investment Forum has been recognized for its high-quality discussions and distinguished speakers, addressing global challenges and confirming Amundi’s commitment to sustainable finance.
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Valérie Baudson
Chief Executive Officer, Amundi

14 years of Amundi World
Investment Forum
2 day
+650 participants
per year
+80 countries


  • 12:00pm - 1:30pm | WELCOME LUNCH
  • 1:30pm - 3:30pm | PLENARY SESSION
  • Geopolitics
  • Macroeconomics
  • 3:30pm - 4:30pm | BREAKOUT SESSIONS
  • Geopolitics
  • Real and alternative assets
  • Stewardship focus
  • 4:30pm - 5:30pm | PLENARY SESSION
  • Energy Transition
  • 7:30pm - 12:00am | Gala cocktail dinner in a prestigious venue

  • 8:30am - 9:00am | WELCOME COFFEE
  • 9:00am - 10:15am | PLENARY SESSION
  • Tech
  • 10:15am - 12:00pm | BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Breakout session 1
10:15am – 11:00am

  • Macroeconomics
  • Nature
  • Saving goes digital

Breakout session 2
11:15am – 12:00pm

  • Energy transition
  • New challenges shaking up the role of banks
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • 12:00pm - 1:00pm | PLENARY SESSION
  • Demographics
  • Individual Savings
  • 2:30pm | Closing cocktail lunch

Plenary sessions

Participate in plenary sessions consisting of keynote and panel discussions showcasing distinguished figures from the realms of geopolitics, economics, and industry.


Thursday 13 June


With elections worldwide, domestic and global politics intersect to reveal a changed landscape.


Major economic shifts—climate change, technological revolution and revised value chains—come as central banks wrestle with diverging inflation and growth expectations.

Energy Transition

What lies ahead as energy transition becomes an industrial race for leadership, incentive plans go head-to-head and companies engage fully with the task?

Friday 14 June


Front and centre in both emerging and developed countries, demographic trends are rebalancing labour markets, affecting migration and reshuffling long-term investment.


Technological advances are revolutionising financial services, but implementation of AI is key.

Individual Savings

How can finance deploy the incentives, investment channels and financial education needed to deliver technology's promise of hyper-personalised retail investment?

Breakout sessions

Join us for in-depth discussions with Amundi’s experts and your peers at sessions focused on the implications of current trends and policymaking for investors.


Thursday 13 June


Factoring geopolitics into investment decisions

Real and alternative assets

Redrawing the allocation map with real and alternative assets

Stewardship focus

The new global momentum of corporate democracy

Friday 14 June

Session 1


How central banks are navigating climate change, high debt and bloated balance sheets


Innovative investment solutions to enhance natural capital

Saving goes digital

The meeting of technology and behavioural finance is reshaping how individuals invest

Session 2

Energy transition

The decarbonisation cost curve and its impact on net-zero approaches

New challenges shaking up the role of banks

The need to redesign the investment value chain in a new regulatory and interest rate environment

Artificial Intelligence

The coming impact on productivity, growth, sectors and stock-picking

Speaker highlights from previous editions

Kenneth Rogoff
IMF Chief Economist (2001-03)
Kenneth Rogoff
Joseph Stiglitz
Nobel Prize - Economics (2001)
Joseph  Stiglitz
Ben Bernanke
Chair of the FED (2006-14)
Ben  Bernanke
Paul Krugman
Nobel Prize – Economics (2008)
Paul Krugman
Lawrence Summers
U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (1999-2001) and Director of the National Economic Council (2009-2010)
Lawrence Summers
Arundhati Bhattacharya
Chair - State Bank of India (2013-17)
Arundhati  Bhattacharya
Catherine A Ashton
EU High Rep. for Foreign Affairs & Security Policy (2009-14)
Catherine A Ashton
Janet L. Yellen
Chair of the FED (2014-18)
Janet L. Yellen
Enrico Letta
Prime Minister of Italy (2013-14)
Enrico Letta
John K. Kerry
U.S. Secretary of State (2013-17)
John K. Kerry
William D. Nordhaus
Nobel Prize - Economics (2018)
William D. Nordhaus
Carmen M. Reinhart
Senior VP & Chief Economist - World Bank Group
Carmen M. Reinhart
Esther Duflo
Nobel Prize - Economics (2019)
Esther  Duflo
Mariana Mazzucato
Professor in the Economics of Innovation & Public Value - University College London
Mariana Mazzucato
Mark Carney
Chair – Bank of England
Mark Carney
Robert J. Schiller
Nobel Prize - Economics (2013)
Robert J. Schiller
Daniel Kahneman
Nobel Prize - Economics (2002)
Daniel  Kahneman
Hillary Rodham Clinton
U.S. Secretary of State (2009-13)
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Niall Ferguson
Milbank Family Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Niall Ferguson
Olivier Blanchard
Professor of Economics emeritus - MIT & Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics
Olivier  Blanchard
Helen Thompson
Professor of Political Economy, University of Cambridge
Christoph Heusgen
Dr. Yu Jie
Senior Research fellow on China at Chatham House
Annamaria Lusardi
Dr. Mario Draghi
DPrime Minister of Italy (2021-2022)
Former President of the European Central Bank (2011-2019)
Justin Yifu Lin
Douglas W. Diamond
Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences (2022)
Merton H. Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance
University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business
Stephanie Kelton

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