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Introductory Course on Macroprudential Policies
  • DATE:
    August 15-19, 2016, Mexico City.
  • Deadline registration date:
    July 22, 2016.
    CEMLA and IMF.
    Why macroprudential policies? Explaining systemic risk: The financial cycle and its main drivers (financial accelerator, the role of regulation), liquidity, and systemic risk. Measuring systemic risk, interdependence and contagion: Macro stress testing, the network approach, and Co-VaR analysis. Basel III and macroprudential approach to regulation. Macroprudential policies: Overview and country experiences; interactions with monetary policies; and institutional arrangements. Shadow banking.
  • Objective:
    Present, with a theoretical and practical approach, some topics related to macroprudential policies, so by the end of the course participants would have a wider perspective about how to address financial stability and minimize the likelihood of the systemic risk.
    Low and medium-level staff from CEMLA member central banks and supervisory bodies with responsibilities related to the design and implementation of macroprudential policies, as well as to the supervision, monitoring and analysis of the financial system, its institutions and activities, in order to strengthening the financial stability. Participants are expected to have some degree of familiarity with macroprudential issues and policies in their own countries, so that they can contribute actively to class discussions.
    English-spanish / spanish-english, with simultaneous interpretation.
    Ana Laura Sibaja
    Information Services Manager
    Phone: +52 (55) 5061 6680
    Email: sibaja@cemla.org






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