Leveraging FNA’s G20 Monitor in your jurisdiction – an FNA Suptech Training Series
In response to popular demand, FNA has launched a series of hands-on training workshops, focused on enabling central bankers and financial authorities to develop Suptech capabilities that will allow them to tackle key regulatory and supervisory challenges within their jurisdictions as well as collaborate on the cross-jurisdictional level.
The training series will take place in February and March 2021 – and will be hosted virtually. It will consist of 6 interactive hands-on workshops structured into 3 thematic blocks.
In each of the 3 hour long workshops, delegates will learn how to build analytical dashboards using structured as well as unstructured publicly available data and apply network analytics simulations in relation to real-life scenarios and use cases.
Throughout the Training Series, delegates will utilize FNA’s award-winning G20 Monitor.
G20 Monitor – Building Excellence in Suptech
The G20 Monitor is a set of Suptech dashboards built in response to unprecedented challenges of the Covid-19 crisis – for which FNA was awarded the first prize in the inaugural edition of the G20 TechSprint (hosted by the Bank for International Settlements’ Innovation Hub and the G20 Saudi Presidency).
The solution – developed in collaboration with a panel of regulators from both emerging and developed markets – is a collection of 10 monitors with over 30 interactive dashboards to explore and monitor the global financial system.
The monitors include the ability to track interconnectedness of the financial system, cross-border links of individual companies and how mobility and policy responses have correlated with COVID epidemiological data – to name a few.
FNA will continue to enhance the existing Monitors, introduce new Monitors, and maintain the data feeds underlying them.
To find out more, please visit www.g20monitor.com.
Delegates will develop Suptech capabilities, and acquire knowledge and skills that will allow them to:
- Assess the impact of macro-shocks on capital markets with correlation analytics
- Map and visualise balance sheet interconnections; and use them in forecasting
- Monitor interbank interconnections through exposure networks
- Identify systemically important banks and risk build-up
- Use payment data to monitor liquidity and solvency of banks
- Map the impact of systemic risk on conglomerates
- Visualise market structures in relation to asset ownership networks
- Identify anomalies in payments data for AML and CFT purposes
- Provide supply chain analytics based on input-output datasets, Comtrade and others for credit risk analysis
- Operationalise Covid epidemiological data for resilience needs
Price per Delegate: £750 (Early bird rates available until 7 December)
For individual registrations, please purchase tickets via Eventbrite
For corporate registrations (5+ delegates), please contact Adam Csabay.