Central Banking Meetings

In 2021, Central Banking is excited to announce its new Central Banking Meetings. Taking place in Spring, Summer and Autumn; these meetings will cover a variety of different topics including; monetary policy, financial stability, climate risk, reserve management, fintech and currency and payments.

In 2021, Central Banking is excited to announce its new Central Banking Meetings. Taking place in Spring, Summer and Autumn; these meetings will cover a variety of different topics including; monetary policy, financial stability, climate risk, reserve management, fintech and currency and payments.

Political uncertainty, economic disruption, change of pace in payments and climate change in 2020 created many challenges for central banks in 2020. Our Central Banking Summer Meetings will be our flagship event dedicating five days to addressing these challenges and their impacts on central banks. We will bring the communities together to discuss solutions, share best practices and create a sense of coordinated action and cooperation through a variety of formats from interactive discussions to high level keynote presentations.

Central Banking Meetings Spring

March 16-18, 2021

Focusing on Fintech for the Asia markets and Reserve Management for the Americas market.

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Central Banking Meetings Summer

June 14-18, 2021

Focusing on Monetary Policy, Financial Stability, Reserve Management, FinTech, Currency & Payments and Climate Risk globally.

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Central Banking Meetings Autumn

October 26-28, 2021

Focusing on Reserve Management for the Asia market and FinTech for the Americas market.

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Monetary Policy
  • Long term consequences of the emergency interventions that each country took in the pandemic​
  • Impact of increase in NPLs and what the macro-prudential policy response of this should be​
  • What will the new eurozone policy strategy look like and how will it impact other economies?
Financial Stability
  • Impact of climate risk on financial stability and coordinating on stress testing and the challenges of data for scenarios​
  • Impact of new trends such as digitilisation​
  • Impact of balancing new capital requirements and profitability and new ways of working in the banking sector​
  • Impact of increase in leveraged loans for​ asset managers and challenges that covid-19 has brought for the non banking sector​
Climate Risk
  • Lack of universal definitions, lack of quality data and lack of disclosures and challenge of standardising reporting
  • Understanding the different sustainable responsible investment strategies​ available to central banks and moving on from just negative screening​
  • Creating future cooperation between​ central banks and other sectors to create better transparency, reporting and data
Reserve Management
  • Hunt for more yield – what will the impact be if negative rates happen​
  • Implementing ESG in to the portfolios and SRI​
  • Hunt for more non-public assets​
  • Concern of geopolitical​ challenges and what that means for emerging economies and the rest of the world
FinTech
  • Uses of AI and big data​
  • Understanding how to regulate fintech and regtech​
  • How to increase cyber resilience​
  • Understanding the benefits and main innovations in innovation hubs​
  • What best practice looks like in managing sandboxes​
  • Cloud – how to use it, integrate it and govern it
Currency & Payments
  • Understanding demand for cash
  • Learning CBs CBDC's pilots and learnings from these and the implications on policy​
  • Latest developments in banknote technology​

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