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The extraordinary policy responses to the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2009 have transformed central banking and financial policymaking in the last decade. Financial regulation has been tightened, monetary policy has required new unconventional tools, and financial stability and macroprudential policies have proliferated. Greater understanding, debate, and analysis of these policies are needed so the next generation of global policy leaders can ensure financial and economic stability.

Central Banking Initiative - conference excerpt

This conference covers lessons learned from the COVID-19 crisis for regulation and supervision.
This year’s conference explored two areas of significant risk and opportunity for banks and bank regulation: climate change and digitalization.