Meet some of our keynote speakers
Western countries have responded to Russia's invasion of Ukraine with severe sanctions and extensive military support to the Ukrainians. NATO has reinforced its presence in Europe and fears of a wider conflict are growing. On day one of The Global Boardroom, Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO will be interviewed by Roula Khalaf, Editor of the Financial Times.
Later on day one, Michael Stott, Latin America Editor of the Financial Times will interview Alberto Fernandez, President of Argentina, whose insights stem from his experience not only as a politician but also as a Professor of Criminal and Civil Law at Universidad de Buenos Aires since 1985.
On day two, Arvind Krishna, Chairman and CEO of IBM will be interviewed by Richard Waters, West Coast Editor of the Financial Times. As a business leader and technologist, Dr Krishna has overseen the growth of new markets for IBM in areas such as artificial intelligence, cloud, quantum computing and blockchain.
On day three, Jeremy Hunt MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer of the United Kingdom will talk to the FT’s Political Editor George Parker about the future of the UK economy. Before his election as a member of Parliament, Mr Hunt ran his own educational publishing business. He also set up a charity to help AIDS orphans in Africa.
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