The 34th annual WB/IMF/FRB Seminar for Senior Bank Supervisors from Emerging Economies was held from October 24 – October 28, 2022, at the Federal Reserve’s building, located at 1825 I (Eye) St, N.W., in Washington, D.C.
The objective of the seminar was to provide senior leaders of supervision and regulation functions with the awareness and understanding of current and emerging risks facing the global economy. Some key focus areas of the seminar were:
- Updates from Basel;
- Climate related financial risks;
- Supervisory priorities in the current macroeconomic environment (inflation risk, real estate lending);
- Operational resilience and crisis preparedness.
More than 70 participants, including Head/Deputy Heads of Supervision, and Senior bank supervisors attended this seminar.
Final Agenda (pdf)
October 24, 2022
A Closer Look at High Level Considerations on Proportionality, Ana Carvalho, IMF
Strategies to Implement Capital Requirement under Basel III
- Viktorija Gligorova- National Bank of the Republic of North Macedonia
- Nabil Felfel, Central Bank of Tunisia
- Caio Ferreira, IMF
What's going on in Basel, Jay Surti and Fabiana Melo, IMF
Working with the Basel Core Principles, Katharine Seal, IMF
October 25, 2022
Central Bank of Brazil’s Approach to Climate and Environmental Risks, Adalberto Felinto da Cruz Jr., Central Bank of Brazil
Climate Risk Analysis in FSAPs, Ivo Krznar, IMF
Climate Risk: Crafting Holistic Assessments and Supervisory Strategies, Ezio Caruso and Martijn Jan Regelink, World Bank
Emerging Climate Risk International Regulatory Frameworks, David Rozumek and Leonard Chumo, IMF
Progress – Global Climate/Sustainability Disclosure Standards, Ellen Gaston, IMF
October 26, 2022
Reflecting Inflation Risk in Supervision and Regulation, Anthony Cain, Federal Reserve Board