The COVID-19 crisis of 2020 represents a new and strong source of instability globally, creating a series of financial, operational and conduct risks. This has practical implications for the work of central banks in areas including financial supervision, technological development and operations. To this end, SEACEN and FNA have designed this webinar to equip practitioners with the knowledge and expertise to successfully tackle the impact and implications of the COVID-19 crisis – and provide them with tips for making the most of the latest FinTech, RegTech and SupTech opportunities.
About the SEACEN Centre
The South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre is a nonprofit Malaysian organization, headquartered in Kuala Lumpur and supported by 19 member central banks and monetary authorities throughout Asia and the Pacific. In addition, 16 other Asian and Pacific central banks and monetary authorities participate in the Centre’s activities as associate members and observers. For nearly forty years, SEACEN has been engaged in capacity building of, and collaboration among, its stakeholders in the areas of financial stability, financial supervision, payments, macroeconomic and monetary policy management, leadership and governance, and human capital development.Information about the Centre’s activities is available on its website, the Suara SEACEN blog, Twitter (@SEACENCentre) and Linkedin (The SEACEN Centre) accounts.
00:00:00 – Introductory Remarks
Dr. Mangal Goswami, Executive Director, The SEACEN Centre
00:09:10 – Presentation
How can RegTech & SupTech support regulatory processes and supervisory cycles during systemic disruptions?
Dr. Kimmo Soramäki, Founder and CEO, Financial Network Analytics
00:40:40 – Presentation
COVID-19 crisis: lessons and take-aways for risk management and RiskTech
Ms. Chuchi Fonacier, Deputy Governor, Financial Supervision Sector, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Mr. Mark Perez, Director, Department of Supervisory Analytics, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
01:15:20 – Panel Debate
Central bankers and regulators in the COVID-19 crisis: new roles and responsibilities in focus
Mr. Arthur Yuen, Deputy Chief Executive, Hong Kong Monetary Authority
Mr. Yutaka Soejima, Chief FinTech Officer, Bank of Japan
Mr. Phillip Straley, President, Financial Network Analytics
Moderated by: Mr. Glenn Tasky, Director, Financial Stability and Supervision / Payment and Settlement Systems, The SEACEN Centre
01:57:05 – Concluding Remarks
Mr. Glenn Tasky, Director, Financial Stability and Supervision / Payment and Settlement Systems, The SEACEN Centre