Mr. Hitoshi Mio, Head, Financial System Research Division, Financial System and Bank Examination Department, Bank of Japan
Ms. Syairah Hanin Shaharuddin (Manager, Financial Surveillance Department, Bank Negara Malaysia) and Ms. Lim Sheng Ling (Analyst, Financial Surveillance Department, Bank Negara Malaysia)
Mr. Koh Zhi Xing (Senior Economist, Macroprudential Surveillance Department, Monetary Authority of Singapore)
Mr. Irman Robinson (Lead Economist, Macroprudential Policy Department, Bank Indonesia) and Mr. Aditya Anta Taruna (Economist, Macroprudential Policy Department, Bank Indonesia)
Government officials working on financial supervision or financial stability in central banks or other supervisory authorities.
The webinar, presented by the IMF Monetary and Capital Markets Department, provides an overview of stress test approaches at Asian authorities; it focuses on their application to the financial stability implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. For participants, the webinar is a unique opportunity to gain early insights into the latest innovations in the field, to exchange views with the researchers behind them, and share country experiences.
The practical solutions to real-world challenges of modeling COVID-19 can contribute to advancing financial stability in the region. These challenges include the modeling of COVID-19 related credit risk, of the mitigating impact of monetary, fiscal, and supervisory measures as well as the amplifying effects of potential second-round effects.
To register for this webinar, please complete the online form here by December 2, 2020 (by 12 noon, Singapore time). Only official email addresses are accepted.