Throughout its history, MMI organized annual conferences for members and their invited guests, a Members Retreat in a U.S. locale and an International Inquiry at an overseas financial center. These were designed to address topics related to the Institute’s mission and priorities and to serve networking purposes among members and guests. Smaller gatherings in central financial and policy centers are organized as warranted.
Since 2002, when it attended the International Conference on Financing Development in Monterrey, Mexico, MMI has focused more on presentations at conferences organized by the Evian Group, Observatoire de la Finance, Japan Society and the United Nations.
Money Matters Institute has a long history of organizing and participating in international symposia centered on development finance issues:
Third International Meeting: Ethics, Finance and Responsibility
Oct 2004, Geneva, Switzerland
United Nations High-Level dialogue on Financing for Development
Oct 2003, United Nations
The Japan Society
Feb 2003, Boston, Mass.
International Conference on Financing for Development
Mar 2002, Monterrey, Mexico (officially sanctioned Business Interlocutor by United Nations)
Delivering Domestic Debt Instruments
May 1999, Paris, sponsored by State Street Corporation.
Pension Fund Promise: Real or Imagined?
Apr 1998, San Jose, Costa Rica in association with the UNP and El Financiero.
Money Matters: Enabling or Enslaving
Mar 1998, New Delhi, sponsored by the UNDP, State Street Corp., AT&T and NASSCOM with Business India.
Shariya Banking and Social Development
Oct 1997, Cairo, in association with the UNDP, Harvard Islamic Finance Program, Al-Ahram and Business Today
The Promise and Power of Private Pension Funds
May 1997, Nuevo Vallarta, sponsored by the UNDP and the Comision Nacional Sistema de Ahorra para el Retiro (CONSAR).
Private Capital Accelerating African Development
Mar 1997, Harare, in association with the UNDP.
The Private Sector Cause and Effect of Development Finance
Apr 1997, Tokyo sponsored by the State Street Corp., UNDP andToyo Keizai Shimposha.
Long Term Use of Short Term Monies?
Nov 1996, Santiago de Chile, in association with the UNDP.
Persuading Private Capital to Bank on Small Business
Mar 1996, Tunis, sponsored by the UNDP, Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies and the Prince Moulay Hicham Benbdallah El.Alaoui Foundation.
The Role of Private Finance in Fostering Sustainable Development
Mar 1996, Boston, sponsored by Arthur Andersen, State Street Corp and the UNDP.
Dressing up for Foreign Capital
Nov 1995, Kuala Lumpur, sponsored by the Commerce Group and Institute for Strategic and International Studies in association with the UNDP.
Money Matters: Financing Sustainable Development
Mar 1995, Copenhagen sponsored by Fidelity Investments, State Street Corp. and UNDP.