Macroprudential Policy and Practice Roundtable

Date: 
Wednesday, 22 January, 2020 - 14:00 to 17:45
Location: 
National Institute of Economic and Social Research
2 Dean Trench Street, Smith Square
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom

 

 

Macroprudential policy is perhaps the most important new development in central bank policymaking circles since the global financial crisis. The crisis, which showed the limits of conventional monetary policy as a tool to deal with financial stability, forced a wide-ranging rethink of economic policies, their interactions and their repercussions. It has led to new forms of intervention, of regulation and of supervisory practice, causing macroprudential regulation to become one of the most important topics in modern macroeconomics.

13.30         

Registration and coffee

14.00       

Welcome by Jagjit Chadha (Director of the National Institute for Economic and Social Research)

14.05       

John Fell (view presentation)

SESSION ONE

14.30         

Turalay Kenc (view presentation)

14.50         

Glenn Hoggarth (view presentation)

15:10         

Margarita Rubio (view presentation)

COFFEE BREAK

SESSION TWO

15.50         

Alessandro Notarpietro (view presentation)

16.10         

Gulcin Ozkan (view presentation)

16.30         

Richhild Moessner

16.50         

Richard Barwell

17.10         

Martin Lupinski (view presentation)

CLOSING

17.30         

Closing Statements

DRINKS RECEPTION

This event is by invitation only