Implementing Financial System Regulatory Reforms in the Region Following the Global Financial Crisis

The Centre is submitting this joint proposal with the Asia-Pacific Finance and Development Center (AFDC) in China for a training course to be funded in part by the APEC Support Fund.

The Centre is submitting this joint proposal with the Asia-Pacific Finance and Development Center (AFDC) in China for a training course to be funded in part by the APEC Support Fund. The purpose of the program is to inform senior and mid-level officials from the region’s banking regulatory and policy agencies on major proposals and reforms to financial system regulatory and supervisory approaches now under consideration and their impact and application to regional banks. It will focus on improving riskmanagement and governance arrangements in banking. By influencing financial system supervision, thereforms aim to promote financial system stability, improve the security of investments for savers and to reduce vulnerability of institutions and communities to financial instability.

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