Central banking and supervisory challenges

The IMF is holding a conference 'Financial Stability - Central banking and supervisory challenges' in Washington on 6-7 September. The conference will address key financial stability issues posing challenges to central bankers and supervisors around the world.

The conference is divided in three sessions. The first and second sessions will examine the risks stemming from rapid credit growth and asset price bubbles in financial and housing markets and possible monetary and prudential policy

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