TARGET GROUP | Mid-level to senior officials from central banks, regulatory agencies and ministries of finance or economics who are involved in financial stability and macroprudential policy.
DESCRIPTION | The objective of this one-week course is to discuss the role of macroprudential policy in achieving financial stability and to explore the specific tools and techniques that can be used. The course will focus on designing a proper macroprudential mandate and operating framework, and analyze the links between macroprudential policy, monetary policy and microprudential supervision in various institutional set-ups. It will also explore various macroprudential instruments in detail. In particular, it will address how to properly use instruments, such as countercyclical capital buffers, time-varying risk weights, limits on LTV/LTI, leverage ratio or provisioning, in a countercyclical way. In addition, the course will look at liquidity risk and approaches to address this using liquidity and funding adequacy tools from a microprudential perspective or from a systemic perspective. The seminar will be supplemented by practical sessions that will explore several techniques in greater depth. Participants may be invited to give presentations in their fields of expertise.
End: Sep 16
Sponsoring Organization: JVI/BoE
Application Deadline: August 27, 2021