David Cameron might not have made it to Davos this year, but chancellor George Osborne has made it – and following yesterday's decision by the European Central Bank to instigate a quantitative easing programme, he'll have plenty to talk about.
What is the UK's position in the new Europe? And how much of a threat would a "Grexit" pose? And what fiscal and monetary options will strengthen the European Union while delivering employment and growth?
Osborne appears alongside German finance minister Wolfgang Shaeuble, legendary fund manager George Soros, Bank of Italy governor Ignazio Visco and Spanish economy minister Luis de Guindos.