Financial stability and macroprudential policy – a test bed at the expense of banks?

Since the 2008 financial crisis, macroprudential policy has been an integral part of endeavours to ensure financial stability. It remains a political test bed, however, focusing first and foremost on the banking sector although the risks emanating from so-called non-banks are increasing. Its relationship to monetary policy is still unclear and, compared to monetary policy, macroprudential policy is highly opaque.

By debating this issue with representatives from the world of politics, academia and banking, the Association of German Banks would like to contribute to the further development of macroprudential policymaking.


17.00 am            Welcome and introduction

  • Dr. Christian Ossig, Chief Executive, Association of German Banks

17.10 am        Panel discussion

  • Dr. Christian Ossig, Chief Executive, Association of German Banks
  • Professor Loriana Pelizzon, University of Frankfurt
  • Dr. Benjamin Weigert, Bundesbank

Moderator: Yasmin Osman, Handelsblatt

18.00 am       Light refreshments and get-together

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