Technical Cooperation Programme

Seminar on International Capital Flows – Challenges for Central Banks and Supervisory Agencies

Date: 11-03-2014

The seminar on International Capital Flows – Challenges for Central Banks and Supervisory Agencies was organized by Narodowy Bank Polski (NBP) in cooperation with Česká národní banka (ČNB) for the first time. The seminar took place on 11-13th March 2014 at NBP Head Office in Warsaw.

12 representatives from 7 central banks (Albania, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine) took part in the event conducted by the experts from Domestic Operations Department, Economic Institute, Financial System Department, Office of the President (NBP), Monetary and Statistics Department (ČNB) as well as from the Warsaw School of Economics and Polish Financial Supervision Authority.

The event drew upon the issues of the international capital flows – challenges and policy responses, capital flows liberalization as a part of the transition process, Poland’s experience in dealing with capital liberalization, managing the financial sector stability in Poland during the global financial crisis 2008-11, evolution of the financial system in Poland in the context of international capital flows, international portfolio capital flows monitoring (NBP example). Moreover, our guests had the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the topic of real convergence and macrofinancial developments, central bank FX revaluation losses and their implications, as well as foreign financing of the banking sector in Poland.

Narodowy Bank Polski would like to thank all guests for active participation and all experts for their valuable contribution.

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