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Seminar for Senior Bank Supervisors from Emerging Economies. October 17 – 28, 2011


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The annual "Seminar for Senior Bank Supervisors from Emerging Economies" jointly organized by the World Bank, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the International Monetary Fund” was held October 17 – 28, 2011, at the Federal Reserve’s Training Center, located at 1850 K St., N.W., in Washington, D.C.

The Seminar main objective was to familiarize participants with emerging financial sector issues and trends; reinforce the importance of bank and financial sector regulation and supervision for economic growth and development; discuss different regulatory and supervisory approaches; suggest solutions for dealing with bank insolvency and financial system distress; update supervision and examination skills in the context of advances in risk assessment and management; and provide tools to aid in leading change management in their organizations.

This seminar continues the process of World Bank, Federal Reserve System and International Monetary Fund technical assistance to developing countries in establishing strong and effective bank supervision programs and in providing alternative for the restructuring of distressed banking systems that is necessary for restoring economic growth, vitality, and development

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Week 1 - Monday • October 17, 2011 

Global Regulatory Reforms Achievements, Shortcomings, and the Way Forward
Ceyla Pazarbasioglu

Macroprudential PolicyTools and Frameworks
Jacek Osiński

Global Financial Stability Report:Grappling with Crisis Legacies
Laura E. Kodres /International Monetary Fund

Week 1 - Tuesday • October 18, 2011

Basel III Roadmap: Lebanon Experience
Dr. Amine Awad

Basel III: An Overview
Elizabeth Roberts, Director, FSI

Corporate Governance for Banking Institutions
Elizabeth Roberts, Director, FSI

Contingency planning and crisis management
Michaela Erbenova

Week 1 - Wednesday - October 19, 2011

Toronto Center Case Study on BEAR STEARNS
Toronto Center

Successful Stakeholder Communication
Hooi Eng Phang

Toronto Center

Molly S. Wassom

Two failed Banks- Lessons Learned

Wassom-Tow Failed Banks 
Molly S. Wassom

Week 1 - Thursday - October 20, 2011

Stress Testing
Hiroko Oura, IMF

Regulation and Supervision of State-Owned Financial Institutions
Joséde Luna Martínez
Carlos Leonardo Vicente

The Financial Projection Model (FPM)
Murat Arslaner

Week 1 - Friday - October 21, 2011

A host country perspective on the incentives for supervisory information sharing
Katia D’Hulster

Conglomerates Supervision – Group Support,Double Leverage and Double Gearing
Michael Moore, IMF

Week 2 - Monday • October 24, 2011 

Preparing for the Resolution of a Troubled Bank
Claire McGuire

Why is CPFL Important? For Sound and Stable Financial Markets
Sue Rutledge

Week 2 - Risk Focused Supervision

Case Study on Risk Focused Supervision

Report to the Enterprise Risk Oversight Committee 

Risk-Focused Examination Process - An Overview
Fedral Reserve Board

Risk-Focused Examination Documents - An Overview
Fedral Reserve Board

My Bank Institutional Overview Final

My Bank Risk Assessment Final 

My Bank Supervisory Plan 2004

My Bank Corporate Governance

My Bank Inspection Cover Letter

My Bank Officer Questionaire 

Assessing Credit Risk 

Credit Risk Modeling and Examination Techniques 

Operational Risk - Risk Assessments 

Operational Risk - Risk Examination Techniques 

Market and Liquidity Risk Assessment Overview 

Market and Liquidity Risk Examination Techniques 

Aggregate Risk Assessment Overview 


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Seminar Organizers:

Sarkis Yoghourtdjian, Assistant Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, Assistant Director, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund

Oana Nedelescu, Senior Financial Sector Expert, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund

Jose De Luna Martinez, Senior Financial Sector Specialist, Financial Systems Global Practice, Finance and Private Sector Development Vice- Presidency, The World Bank Group

Murat Arslaner, Research Analyst, Financial Systems Global Practice, Finance and Private Sector Development Vice- Presidency, The World Bank Group

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