The Central Bank of Barbados, the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CARTAC), the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF) invite you to view the launch of the Regional Financial Stability Report (RFSR) which was held on Thursday, March 10 from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. AST. See event @ http://www.centralbank.org.bb/news/article/8941/join-live-stream-of-the-launch-of-the-regional-financial-stability-report-2015
The (RFSR), the first of its kind in the Caribbean, culminates the development and enhancement of the architecture for financial stability in the Region. This included upgrading the national financial stability systems, since the regional financial stability architecture is built on national structures. The report complements the national financial stability reports and its purpose is to sensitize the Caribbean people to issues relevant to the stability of the regional financial system. By reviewing the main sources of risks to the stability of the regional financial system, as well as the policy measures being used to deal with emerging risks, the report seeks to help build confidence and provide policymakers with guidance on the building blocks to defuse any financial tensions in the system. Further, it identifies the need for financial sector reforms, with an emphasis on increased harmonisation, coordination and cooperation from a regional perspective.
Future editions of the report will be produced on an annual basis as a collaborative exercise by regional stakeholders led by the CCMF and regional central banks as a permanent component of a modern Caribbean financial stability architecture.
Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Mr. Cleviston Haynes, will present the findings.
Download papers presented at the 47th Annual Monetary Studies Conference titled Financial Development and Economic Growth. The conference was host by the Bank of Guyana and held in Georgetown, Guyana on the 18th-20th November 2015.
Our Annual Monetary Studies Conference section of the site contains all papers presented at our annual conference starting in 1969.