Webinars : Zoltan Poszar & Barbara Fritz

Dear young scholars,

We have two treats coming up for you (please see below). Enjoy!!

The Financial Stability WG

Tomorrow, Thursday Jan 11th, 6pm CET: Zoltan Poszar on Sterilization and the Fracking of Reserves (Money Notes # 10)

Our webinar with Zoltan will take place on Thursday Jan 11th, 6pm CET. To access the webinar, please click here: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/193839485

Zoltan is a director in the Global Economics and Strategy research group at Credit Suisse and a founding member of the Shadow Banking Colloquium of INET. Prior to joining Credit Suisse in 2015, Zoltan was a senior adviser to the Department of the US Treasury. He consulted G-7 policymakers, central bankers and finance ministries on global macro-financial developments.

Here is a link to the document: https://research-doc.credit-suisse.com/docView?language=ENG&format=PDF&sourceid=csplusresearchcp&document_id=1079774201&serialid=OFfoqqK1y%2B637qpKPp5bxWmkgh3lbdHO1ODUsN0nrv4%3D

Friday, Jan 12th, 6.30pm CET: Barbara Fritz on the Global Financial Safety Net and Regional Financial Arrangements

As part of our joint webinar series on "Reconciling financial stability and inclusion across space" with URE, IWG and FS, we will host our second webinar with Prof. Barbara Fritz (FU Berlin) on Friday, Jan 12th at 12.30 pm EDT (18.30 pm CET). She will discuss her paper entitled "Safety for Whom? The Scattered Global Financial Safety Net and the Role of Regional Financial Arrangements".

To access the webinar, please click here: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/717586989

Prof. Barbara Fritz is a Professor in Economics specialized in Latin America at the Freie Universitat Berlin. She has written extensively on regional monetary arrangements and cooperation.

About our webinar series: financial stability and financial inclusion are often thought of separately by dedicated policy-makers and experts. Yet, they are two sides of the same coin. Furthermore, the solutions found to reconcile both objectives cannot be separated from local and spatial characteristics. The purpose of this webinar series is to discuss the link between financial stability and financial inclusion from a spatial perspective.