BoE-HKMA-IMF conference on monetary, financial and prudential policy interactions in the post-crisis world

Quarterly Bulletin 2017 Q1
Published on 17 March 2017

During 24–25 October 2016, the Bank of England (BoE), the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) held their second joint conference on monetary, financial and prudential policy interactions in the post-crisis world.

The conference, hosted by the HKMA, provided a forum for leading academics and senior policymakers from across the world to discuss challenges that central banks and other policymakers face in the post-crisis environment.

Topics were the rise of non-bank intermediation and its implications for funding conditions, monetary policy transmission, systemic risk and appropriate policy responses on the national and international level. Policy discussions surrounded the optimal mix of monetary, macroprudential, and microprudential policies and the appropriate or feasible level of international co-ordination.

This report summarises the main issues discussed by participants during the two-day conference. View the programme and presentation slides for the sessions held on 24 October.

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