The 21st Meeting of the Monetary and Exchange Rates Policies (MERP) Sub-Committee and Validation Workshop for the study on “Macroeconomic impact of Climate change and the Role of Central Banks

The 21st Meeting of the Monetary and Exchange Rates Policies (MERP) Sub-Committee and Validation Workshop for the study on “Macroeconomic impact of Climate change and the Role of Central Banks

  • September 19, 2024 - September 22, 2024
  • Nairobi - KENYA

event description

Today’s contemporary financial landscape characterized by increasing complexity, interconnectivity, and rapid technological advancements, effectively managing systemic risk is a paramount concern for Banks and non-bank financial institutions (Insurance, Pension and Microfinance). In acknowledging the critical role Financial Stability play in sustaining economic well-being, this training aims to empower financial authorities in the COMESA region with skills and knowledge to navigate systemic risks in Banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions effectively, contributing to the broader goal of enhancing financial stability. The broad objective of the training is therefore to provide participants with a nuanced understanding of systemic risks, encompassing its sources, manifestations, and implications to financial stability. 

Target Audience 

This training program is tailored for professionals across Central Banks in the COMESA region, focusing on Financial Stability. This includes Financial Analysts, Economists, Supervisors for both Banks and Non-bank financial Institutions and other staffs actively engaged in assessment and management of risks.