SESRIC organised, in collaboration with the Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), Central Bank of Malaysia, the Training Workshop on “Macroprudential Analysis & Policy Framework” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 31 October - 4 November 2016. 25 middle level officials from central banks and regulatory agencies involved in assessing financial system risk and maintaining financial system stability have participated in the programme.
14 subject-matter experts facilitated the twelve sessions through presentations, case studies and group exercises, and the programme covered the following topics:
Overview of financial stability framework adopted by BNM,
Factors to consider in assessing risks to financial stability including methods, tools and policy intervention,
Data gathering and analysis to support effective monitoring and surveillance,
Stakeholder engagement and communication strategies,
Role of market conduct and consumer protection in promoting financial stability.
At the end of the programme, participants gained substantial knowledge on the linkages between micro supervision, macro analysis and policy responses in managing financial stability; tools and key indicators in assessing the risks to financial stability; risks and red flags that may affect financial system stability; and possible policy intervention measures.
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