Summary: This course will take stock the theories and practices in macroprudential policy, and imparts expert knowledge on implementable macroprudential analysis. The course starts with review on rationales, instruments and the operationalization of macroprudential policies. Then the Course gives participants the opportunity to learn quantitative tools developed by central banks and other subject-matter experts for assessing time dimension and cross-section dimension of macroprudential policy. The course concludes with sharing country experience and knowledge in this area. The course will target mid-level officials with substantive (more than four years) work experience in financial sector supervision/surveillance, regulation, or financial stability analysis and policy.
Objectives: The implementation of macroprudential policy as well as identification, measurement and recognition of time and cross section dimension of risks to financial stability remain some of the most significant challenges confronting central banks worldwide. The interactive lectures, discussion and sharing of country experience will help participants to effectively mitigate the risks to financial stability through implementable macroprudential policies.
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