Michael R. Bloomberg Convenes World Leaders at Sixth Annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore, November 8-10; 500 Global CEOs, Government Leaders and Entrepreneurs to Find Common Ground Amid a Changing World Order

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to speak exclusively in conversation at Gala Dinner; on-site bilateral meetings set to deepen collaboration between public and private sectors

Participants include leaders of government: Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Singapore; Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former Secretary of State, United States; HE Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Investment, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; HE Han Zheng, Vice President, People’s Republic of China; John Kerry, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate; Thomas R. Nides, Former Ambassador to Israel, United States and HE Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu, President, Republic of Kosovo. Business leaders include: Sergio P. Ermotti, Group CEO, UBS Group AG; UBS AG; Andrew Forrest AO, Founder and Executive Chairman, Fortescue; Ken Griffin, Founder and CEO, Citadel;  Jan Jenisch, Chairman and CEO, Holcim; Jenny Johnson, President and CEO, Franklin Templeton; Jeffrey Katzenberg, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, WndrCo; Bob Moritz, Global Chair, PwC; Jane Sun, CEO, Trip.com Group; Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive, HSBC; John Riady, Group CEO, Lippo Group Indonesia; Jim Rowan, CEO and President, Volvo Cars; Aminath Shauna, Minister of Environment, Climate Change and Technology, Republic of Maldives; John Waldron, President and Chief Operating Officer, Goldman Sachs; Shemara Wikramanayake, Managing Director and CEO, Macquarie Group; and others

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NEW YORK October 31, 2023 – (New York City) Today, Bloomberg New Economy announced its latest participants and program updates for the sixth annual Bloomberg New Economy Forum (‘the Forum’). Taking place next week in Singapore, the Forum is a comprehensive three-day symposium consisting of in-person panel discussions, keynote interviews, bilateral meetings and breakout sessions. Plenary program highlights include panel discussions on, ‘The Rise of Economic Statecraft’, ‘Setting the Agenda for COP 28’, ‘Power Grab: The Global Struggle for Energy Security’ and ‘Re-Evaluating the Chinese Economy’. With the world economy undergoing some of the most profound and rapid shifts in modern history, driven by inflation, war, great-power tensions, artificial intelligence and climate change, attending delegates from the public and private sectors will collaborate on new opportunities and find innovative solutions to the globe’s most pressing problems.

The Forum comes at a critical moment for leaders, as geopolitical stresses and extreme climate events erode the stability of the world’s economy. And it promises to be an important springboard for high-level discussions ahead of the 2023 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders’ Summit (APEC) in San Francisco.

“I am delighted that the Bloomberg New Economy Forum will return to Singapore again this year. The Forum provides a valuable opportunity to discuss pertinent global issues and emerging opportunities, and Singapore is glad to be able to play a constructive role in this important endeavor,” said Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of Singapore.

“With the global economy disrupted by accelerating changes in our technology, climate and geopolitics, business and government leaders need to find new ways of working together,” said Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies and 108th mayor of New York City. “The New Economy Forum’s global community of innovative leaders is committed to tackling big challenges, and we look forward to hosting productive and inspiring conversations in Singapore once again.”

More than 500 participants from at least 52 countries are scheduled to attend the New Economy Forum in Singapore, and more than 40 multinational executives will share their views on the plenary stage. Confirmed delegates attending include Cindy Lim, CEO, Keppel Infrastructure; Lim Chow Kiat, CEO, GIC; Henry Fernandez, Chairman and CEO, MSCI Inc.; Toshiro Kudama, CEO, JERA Asia; Harald Link, Chairman, B.Grimm; Vera Songwe, Chair, Liquidity and Sustainability Facility; and Jack Zhang, Co-Founder and CEO, Airwallex. Attending as Bloomberg New Economy Advisory Board members are: Sara Menker, Founder and CEO, Gro Intelligence; and Neil Shen, Founding and Managing Partner, Sequoia China (HongShan) alongside new members to the board, Mark Carney, Chair and Head of Transition Investing, Brookfield Asset Management; Kai-Fu Lee, Chairman and CEO, Sinovation Ventures; Steven Rattner, Chairman and CEO, Willett Advisors; and Jing Qian, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Center for China Analysis.

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The 2023 Bloomberg New Economy Forum’s Founding Partners are BayerEnvisionHolcimHSBCHyundai and Tata SonsSingapore is the Host Partner. B.GrimmPwC and Standard Chartered are the event’s Presenting Partners. The Spotlight Economy Partner is IDA IrelandBloombergNEFBloomberg Intelligence and Bloomberg Economics provide cutting-edge data-driven insights as the Forum’s Research Partners.

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