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SUERF BAFFI BOCCONI E-Lectures

Key takeaways from the ECB’s new Financial Stability Review

Calendar Nov 25, 2020 Schedule15:30 - 16:45 CET (UTC+01:00)

Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2020 − 15:30-16:45 CET

Speakers
John Fell, Deputy Director General for Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability, ECB
Tamarah Shakir, Deputy Head of the Systemic Risks and Financial Institutions Division, ECB
Anna Ilyina, Global Markets Analysis Division, International Monetary Fund

Moderator
Ryszard Kokoszczyński
, Member of the Management Board, Narodowy Bank Polski and SUERF Council


The Financial Stability Review provides an overview of potential risks to financial stability in the euro area. It aims to promote awareness in the financial industry and among the public of euro area financial stability issues. It is published twice a year.

Topics will include:

  • As the impact of the COVID-19 crisis is unfolding, what is the impact on the euro area’s real economy and financial system, including asset markets, banks and non-bank financial intermediaries?
  • How have economic, monetary and regulatory policies helped to safeguard financial stability?
  • Which risks loom for financial stability in the near and medium term? How to address them?

Webinar Slides PDF:
Fell and Shakir - Presentation 
Anna Ilyina’s contribution on the Key Vulnerabilities and Policy Trade-offs - Presentation

IMF, Regional Economic Outlook, Europe, October 2020 - Whatever It Takes: Europe’s Response to COVID-19




 

Professor Kokoszczyński has been working at Narodowy Bank Polski since 1987. The posts he has held at the central bank include the following: Director of the Research and Analysis Department (1992-1998); Member of the Management Board of NBP (1994-1998); Vice President of NBP (1998-2001); Director of the Bureau of Macroeconomic Research (2002-2007); acting Director General of the Economic Institute of NBP (2008-2009) and Deputy Director of the Economic Institute of NBP (2009-2015).  Since October 1977 he has been a research worker of the University of Warsaw, presently holding the title of associate professor.

 
 
John Fell is Deputy Director General for Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability at the European Central Bank. Prior to joining the ECB in 1998, as a principal economist, he held various positions at the European Monetary Institute (EMI) and the Central Bank of Ireland.
   
Tamarah Shakir is the Deputy Head of the Systemic Risks and Financial Institutions Division  at the ECB, and part of her role is to lead production of the semi-annual Financial Stability Review. Prior to joining the ECB in 2019, she worked for over a decade at the Bank of England holding various positions in the financial stability, monetary analysis and markets departments, and previously worked at the British Embassy in Washington DC.
   
Anna Ilyina has led the Global Markets Analysis Division at the IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department since 2018, with primary responsibility for monitoring global financial markets and assessing risks to global financial stability, including the production of the IMF’s Global Financial Stability Report. Previously, she was the Mission Chief for Poland and headed the Emerging Economies Division in the IMF’s European Department, which was responsible for the production of the biannual Regional Economic Issues Report on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe and other cross-country analysis. Since joining the IMF in 1998, she worked on the IMF’s Global Financial Stability Report, the Vulnerability Exercise, as well as on a range of countries and policy issues.

With friendly support of the Intesa Sanpaolo Chair in Economics of Financial Regulation, Bocconi University.
SUERF gratefully acknowledges professional technical support of SUERF online events by the OeNB’s Information Management and Services Division.

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