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2022 Financial Stability Conference: Frontier Risks, a New Normal, and Policy Challenges

East 6th Street
Cleveland
OH
44114

What

Financial Stability: Frontier Risks, a New Normal, and Policy Challenges

When

November 17 – November 18, 2022

Where

Hybrid Conference

Organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research


The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research will host their 10th annual financial stability conference on November 17–18, 2022. This year’s conference is titled Financial Stability: Frontier Risks, a New Normal, and Policy Challenges and will be held both in Cleveland, Ohio, and virtually in a hybrid format.

As the financial system recovers from the economic turmoil of the pandemic, rapidly evolving threats pose new financial stability challenges for practitioners, regulators, and policymakers alike. Beyond the new normal coming from changes in fiscal, monetary and regulatory policies, markets and institutions are confronted by frontier risks borne of innovations in technology, trade, and business models. The growth of digital asset markets also highlights new and old challenges for financial regulators, while cybersecurity disruptions introduce a growing set of vulnerabilities to the increasingly automated and interconnected financial system. The financial stability consequences of climate risks and associated policy responses are still not well understood, though they have drawn increasing attention. And, finally, deeper real and financial links in a world that is more and more diverse brings new risks to the forefront of policy challenges. The 10th annual financial stability conference will explore these issues.

We welcome submissions of research topics related to financial market dynamics, systemic risk, and related public policy. The call for papers is open and submissions will be accepted until July 5, 2022.

If you have any questions, please contact us at financial.stability.conference@clev.frb.org.