Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group, says quantitative easing has indirectly led to increased demand for credit in Europe.
Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability at UC Davis, talks about the energy sector and how changing trends will affect demands for oil.
Jyrki Katainen, VP for jobs, growth, investment and competitiveness for the European Commission, says Europe needs to ensure migration is sustainable.
Jyrki Katainen, VP for jobs, growth, investment and competitiveness for the European Commission, says the jobs program announced by France's president has good elements.
Charles-Edouard Bouée, CEO of Roland Berger, says the stock market, security, refugees and immigration are the main things being talked about at Davos this year.
Ralph Hamers, CEO of ING Group, says more jobs will be cut as the result of digitalization and competition from fintech companies.
John Rice, vice chairman at GE, says China's infrastructure sector offers plenty of long-term opportunities.
Putin's using Western sanctions and the low oil price to fuel nationalism at home, says William Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital.
Ted Moynihan, managing partner of financial Services at Oliver Wyman, explains why financial services are becoming more modular.
Morgan Stanley managing director, Huw van Steenis discusses how exposed European banks are to the current low oil prices.
RWE’s CEO, Peter Terium says the “European Union needs to get its act together” when it comes to the refugee crisis, by organizing the migrant stream, not hand them over like “unwanted citizens”
Sberbank’s CEO, Herman Gref discusses the current state of the oil environment.
Sberbank’s CEO, Herman Gref discusses China’s economic situation and why he is more optimistic for the second half of 2016 on the country.
Heirs Holding chairman, Tony Elumelu, explains why the steep sell-off in oil is taking its toil on Nigeria’s economy.
China is in the process of moving from the U.S. dollar peg to a basket of currencies, says Fang Xinghai, director general of the Central Economic & Financial Group.
Finland’s finance minister, Alexander Stubb says we shouldn’t draw parallels between terrorism and the refugee crisis, as the roots of terrorism are much deeper than this.
Telecom Italia chairman, Giuseppe Recchi discusses the company’s latest strategies and its relationship with other rival telecoms.
Finland’s finance minister, Alexander Stubb explains why it would be a “great travesty” if we were to see a divorce between the U.K. and the European Union.
Over 1 billion people are still without electricity and to cope with growing demand, the world will need to invest a staggering $13 trillion by 2040 warns the World Economic Forum.
As oil prices continue to plunge, CNBC asks leaders at WEF in Davos what it means for businesses and the world economy.