Speakers of the session
Andreas DombretColumbia University, Senior Fellow
Klaus KumpfmüllerAustrian Financial Market Authority, Executive Director
Akira OtaniBank of Japan, Deputy Director-General
Bernard de LongevialleS&P Global Ratings, Head of EMEA Financial Services
Dino KosCLS Bank International, Chief Regulatory Officer
Objectives of the sessionThe financial health of banks and sovereigns is intertwined in a sovereign-bank nexus that may multiply and accelerate vulnerabilities in each sector and lead to adverse feedback loops. Moreover, domestic sovereign risk significantly increases insurer risk. The sovereign doom loop also affects central banks with large holdings of government bonds purchased as part of QE programs.
The objective of this session is to discuss the main evolutions in the sovereign-financial sector-central banks loop in the EU and in Japan. Speakers will then be invited to express their views on the essential features of the required solutions (fiscal discipline, strengthening of the financial sector, prudential regulatory measures) for addressing the main challenges and risks related to this loop
Points of discussionWhat are the main evolutions in the sovereign-bank/insurance/central banks loop in the EU and in Japan? What are the impacts on the financial sectors and economies?
How to address the main challenges and risks linked to this sovereign financial sector/central banks?