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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE BANK OF ENGLAND, IS ORGANIZING A SESSION ON "CENTRAL BANK POLICY FOR FINANCIAL STABILITY AND ORGANIZATION" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE BANK OF ENGLAND, IS ORGANIZING A SESSION ON "CENTRAL BANK POLICY FOR FINANCIAL STABILITY AND ORGANIZATION" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

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THE ARAB MONETARY FUND, IN COOPERATION WITH THE BANK OF ENGLAND, IS ORGANIZING A SESSION ON "CENTRAL BANK POLICY FOR FINANCIAL STABILITY AND ORGANIZATION" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
2019-01-15














The " Central Bank Policy for Financial Stability and Regulation ", organized by the Institute for Economic Policy in the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the Bank of England, opened in Abu Dhabi from 15 to 17 January 2019.

Over the last two decades, the financial sector has witnessed many developments, accompanied by an expansion and diversification of services provided by banks, which has resulted in increased risks, which require strong control. The global financial crisis has also shown weaknesses in the way banks are monitored in spite of developments such as: risk-focused monitoring, encouraging banks to adopt strong risk management, and linking the required capital volume of banks to the quality and strength of risk management at banks.

In the same context, the recent financial crisis highlighted the need for coherence and complementarity between macro-prudential and micro-prudential aspects. In their application of a risk-focused control approach, regulatory authorities should assess risks more broadly and pay attention to the financial sector as a whole and not only to the integrity and robustness of individual institutions. Therefore, overall precautionary measures should be used as a control method for banks because the risks facing banks collectively differ in their consequences from the risks faced by banks individually.

On this occasion, Dr. Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Humaidi, Director General and Chairman of the Fund, said:

 

Dear sisters and brothers

 I am pleased to welcome you at the beginning of the session on the "Central Bank Policy for Financial Stability and Regulation" organized by the Institute for Economic Policy in the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the Bank of England, wishing you the benefit and enriching your information on this important subject.

 

Dear sisters and brothers

 Over the last two decades, the financial sector has witnessed many developments, accompanied by an expansion and diversification of services provided by banks, which has resulted in increased risks, which require strong control. The global financial crisis has also shown weaknesses in the way banks are monitored in spite of developments such as: risk-focused monitoring, encouraging banks to adopt strong risk management, and linking the required capital volume of banks to the quality and strength of risk management at banks.

 In the same context, the recent financial crisis highlighted the need for coherence and complementarity between macro-prudential and micro-prudential aspects. In their application of a risk-focused control approach, regulatory authorities should assess risks more broadly and pay attention to the financial sector as a whole and not only to the integrity and robustness of individual institutions. Therefore, overall precautionary measures should be used as a control method for banks because the risks facing banks collectively differ in their consequences from the risks faced by banks individually. Thus, macro-prudential supervision is becoming increasingly important as it helps to reduce or mitigate the vulnerability of the banking system by using a variety of tools to address overall vulnerability and individual failures.

 In light of these developments, it is necessary to introduce reforms in terms of the capital and liquidity standard so that the capital is more specific and transparent, and be able to absorb any losses as they occur through the creation of reserves to protect capital, Expected during recovery periods.

  

Dear sisters and brothers

 The course is a valuable opportunity for you to learn about a number of important topics such as the tools and framework of the policy of total and partial precautionary control, the development and enforcement of the framework of the total precautionary control, and the course on a number of practical and practical cases related to the subject of the course. The course will cover the following topics:

 


  • The overall framework of the UK macroprudential policy.

  • The method of prudential control in banking supervision in the UK.

  • Stress tests in order to determine capital margins.

  • The general framework for dealing with liquidity risk according to British experience.

  • Strengthening the principle of accountability of banks.



 

In conclusion, I am pleased to welcome the distinguished experts participating in the presentation of the course materials. I would like to commend the fruitful and ongoing cooperation with the Bank of England in holding such important training courses for many cadres in our Arab countries. 

 Best wishes for a successful course and a good stay in the United Arab Emirates.

 

Peace, mercy and blessings of God.














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