SEACEN – "Optimal Central Banking for Financial Stability", Bali, Indonesia, 9-10 December 2010 - Bank Sentral Republik Indonesia
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July 14, 2020

SEACEN – Bank Indonesia High Level Seminar for Deputy Governors
"Optimal Central Banking for Financial Stability"
Bali, Indonesia, 9-10 December 2010

The repercussion of the recent global financial crisis has given many lessons for central banks and other financial authorities that safeguarding financial stability is indeed a challenging endeavor. Financial authorities need to pay attentions to vulnerabilities that seem unlikely to materialize as systemic threats but relevant to consider when linkages are recognized. The governance of the financial systems around the world then became a hot topic. Financial regulations, financial authority structures, and financial stability frameworks are among the most discussed issues in multilateral fora.

The International Seminar on Financial Stability titled "Optimal Central Banking for Financial Stability" which held on 9-10 December 2010 in Jimbaran, Bali, is an effort to highlight some of the questions that a central bank still has in defining its best role in safeguarding the financial stability. Some important questions discussed in the seminar cover: What are the lessons that have been learned since the recent crisis? To extent, what are the most important issues that central banks need to address first and foremost? What should a central bank have in its arsenal to safeguard financial stability? What are the optimal conducts of central bank while business as usual and as vulnerabilities emerge? Are central banks capable of safeguarding the financial stability? Those issues are addressed in the seminar with the keynote speech delivered by Dr. Charles Goodhart. The materials discussed in the seminar and complete agenda are attached.



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