Current issues in monetary policy implementation: Greening the financial system VER20210028
3 September 2021
Developments in the financial system, regulatory changes, refinements in broader monetary policy frameworks or other major events such as the recession caused by COVID-19 all create new issues and challenges and a need for monetary policy implementation to adjust. Given the effects of climate change on countries and societies worldwide, a new topic has recently been added to the agenda. Against this background, the Eurosystem is discussing how – within its mandate – monetary policy can support green finance and contribute to environmentally-friendly developments in the financial system. The expert panel serves as a platform to provide insights into this debate. It aims to bring together central bank experts to exchange views and share ideas on possible operational measures that are currently under discussion.
- Design of monetary policy instruments
- Collateral management: Adapting to a changing environment
- Financial market developments and market analysis
- Management of monetary policy portfolios
The expert panel is targeted at mid-level and senior-level central bankers who are directly involved in and have multiple years (min. 5) of experience working in monetary policy implementation. Candidates should have extensive knowledge and a sound understanding of monetary policy implementation and operational frameworks and should be familiar with the debate on green finance. Participants will be expected to contribute actively to the panel by presenting the work/viewpoint of their central bank on this topic.
Computer with microphone, camera, speakers or headphones; an up-to-date internet browser.
Please apply online by clicking on the registration button within the application period.