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BSP, IMF Successfully Hold Dialogue on Financial Stability

01.29.2019

BSP, IMF Successfully Hold Dialogue on Financial Stability

 The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) successfully convened the 2019 BSP-IMF Regional Dialogue on Financial Stability for ASEAN Central Banks on 21-22 January 2019 at the Philippine International Convention Center. The first of its kind within the ASEAN region, the Dialogue brought together senior level central bank officials from the region to discuss cutting-edge practices and practical approaches in establishing an effective financial stability function aligned with monetary policy and macroprudential policy objectives, and financial deepening.  It also provided a venue to share experiences and lay the ground for continuing engagement on systemic risk and financial stability issues.

In the photo are participants of the Dialogue from the BSP led by Monetary Board Members Felipe Medalla (1st R,7th from R) and V. Bruce Tolentino (1st R,7th from L), Deputy Governor Chuchi Fonacier (1st R, 6th from L), and Assistant Governors Johnny Noe Ravalo (1st R, 5th from L), Edna Villa(2nd R, 4th from right),  and Francisco Dakila (1st R, leftmost); the IMF led by Deputy Directors Odd Per Brekk (center) and Ratna Sahay (1st R, 5th from R), and Assistant Director Udaibir Saran Das (1st R, 3rd from L); ASEAN central banks, public and private sectors, and multilateral organizations including the Bank for International Settlements, World Bank and Southeast Asian Central Banks Research and Training Center.

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