Financial Stability Analysis is Focus of Cleveland Fed and OFR Conference on May 30-31 in DC
Keynoters: Berner-OFR, Liang-Federal Reserve Board, and Pianalto-Cleveland Fed
What tools are available to measure and forecast the stability of the financial system? And how can we use the information derived from these tools to inform and implement regulatory policy?
To explore these questions, the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Treasury's Office of Financial Research are co-sponsoring a conference, "Financial Stability Analysis: Using the Tools, Finding the Data," on May 30 - 31, 2013, at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, in Washington, D.C.
Keynote speakers include:
--Richard Berner, director of the Treasury's Office of Financial Research
--Nellie Liang, director of the Office of Financial Stability Policy and Research at the Federal Reserve Board
--Sandra Pianalto, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Papers and panel discussions will feature academics, policymakers, and market participants addressing topics such as financial stability indexes; the economics of risk data; securitization and use of sensitive data; networks and contagion; financial stability and aggregate credit; and financial stability and banks. .
News media are invited to attend, but must register by May 24 by contacting June Gates, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, at 216/579-2048 or email@example.com.