1-2 December 2014 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
In response to the global financial crisis, Macro-prudential supervision is an emerging field aiming to create a stable banking system through instruments such as Systemic Risk Buffers and Loan-To Value Ratios. How will De Nederlandsche Bank and the European Central Bank apply these instruments, and which trade-offs will they make in their decision-making? In this course, you’ll learn about the key practices of macro-prudential supervision. Leading practitioners and academics who are familiar with the key instruments in both the Netherlands and in Europe will give you a deeper insight into the theory and practice of macro-prudential supervision in smoothing the financial cycle (the time dimension) and strengthening the resilience of the financial system (the structural dimension). This course is for professionals in banking, consulting, as well as those working in central banks and ministries of finance who want to deepen their understanding of how macro-prudential supervision can contribute to a stable banking system. Typical roles include: regulatory managers, risk and ALM managers, corporate strategists, corporate affairs professionals, and line managers.
- Deepen your knowledge of the theory behind macro-prudential supervision;
- Learn about the application of macro-prudential tools in practice such as the impact of LTV on mortgages;
- Deepen your understanding of the interaction between macro-prudential supervision, and; monetary policy as well as micro-prudential supervision.
This is a one and a half day programme on 1 – 2 December 2014 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Monday 1 December, 2014 (from 12 noon)
- Why macro-prudential?
- Drawing the landscape
- Theoretical foundations
- Case study
- Dinner at restaurant Bolenius
Tuesday 2 December 2014 (9.00 AM – 5.00 PM)
- Application of macro-prudential tools: Systemic Risk Buffers and LTV
- Impact on banking system
- Level playing field
- Cooperation ECB and NCBs
Faculty and guest speakers
The programme has been developed by Duisenberg school of finance and is taught by distinguished lecturers and guest speakers, who have in-depth knowledge of the developments in the Netherlands as well as in Europe:
- Prof. Dirk Schoenmaker, Dean of the Duisenberg school of finance and member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the European Systemic Risk Board.
- Dr. Peter Wierts, VU University and Financial Stability Division of De Nederlandsche Bank\
- Prof. Lex Hoogduin, Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam and Duisenberg school of finance
- Mr. Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of the Secretariat of the European Systemic Risk Board, ECB
- Dr. Aerdt Houben, Division Director Financial Stability, DNB
For further practical information about the programme please contact: Lia de Heer +31 (0)20 525 85 84 or firstname.lastname@example.org