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FSI-SEANZA Regional Seminar on the Regulation and Supervision of Systemically Important Banks

Learning, Policy and Regulation

Tuesday, August 25, 2015 to Thursday, August 27, 2015
Taj Mahal Palace, Apollo Bunder, Mumbai

The problems experienced by a number of large banks significantly exacerbated the recent financial crisis and contributed to the weakening of the global economy. As a result, one of the objectives of the post-crisis regulatory reform agenda has been to minimise the negative externalities arising from the failure of such “too-big-to-fail”, or systemically important, banks (SIBs). A range of measures have been introduced with this objective in mind, and efforts are under way in many jurisdictions to incorporate these measures into domestic guidance and day-to-day supervisory practices.

In the light of these developments, the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) and the South East Asia, New Zealand and Australia (SEANZA) Forum of Banking Supervisors are organising a seminar on the regulation and supervision of SIBs that will provide a forum for banking supervisors to discuss and exchange views on this important topic.

The program is being hosted by CAFRAL on behalf of Reserve Bank of India.

Program Co-ordinators
M P Baliga
Program Director

Reeta Bose
Program Officer

Participants from central banks / supervisory agencies of SEANZA member countries.

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FSI-SEANZA Speakers and Participants R Gandhi with Uday Reddy, Amarendra Mohan and G GopalakrishnaR Gandhi with G Gopalakrishna, M P Baliga and Program ParticipantsProgram ParticipantsProgram ParticipantsJeff Miller
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