Financial Services Indices, Liquidity and Economic Activity Conference

Location
Bank of England, London, United Kingdom
Category
Research, Social Sciences
Dates
Tuesday 23rd (00:00) - Wednesday 24th May 2017 (00:00)
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The Financial Services Indices, Liquidity and Economic Activity Conference will be jointly hosted by the University of Birmingham’s Financial Resilience Research Centre and the Bank of England.

The conference will take place in the prestigious Bank of England Headquarters in London and will bring together world leaders in the area of finance.

In contemporary economies, liquidity plays a pivotal role in financial markets, the baking sector and the economy as a whole. Since the 2008-9 financial crisis, it has become increasingly necessary to understand the creation, dissemination, measurement and management of liquidity. The conference seeks to understand and assess the macroeconomics implications of liquidity, the liquidity creation process and the impacts of liquidity on financial markets and economic activity.

Keynote speakers

  • Oswald Distinguished Professor William A Barnett, University of Kansas, USA
  • Lawrence Goodman, President, Centre for Financial Stability Inc., USA

Conference Support/Administration

Enquiries regarding Hotels/Local Travel Information / Conference Enquiries please the Bank of England Stakeholder relations team at stakeholderrelations@bankofengland.co.uk.

Conference Registration

Full registration fee will be £120 for academics and practitioners plus £40 for dinner or $150 US dollars full charge plus $50 dinner (dinner is optional). PhD /student registration and poster session presentation will be free of charge and sponsored by the Centre for Financial Stability, New York, USA.

For registration and registration enquiries please contact Finance-resilience@contacts.bham.ac.uk.

The closing date for registrations will be upon capacity being reached for the event or after 15 April 2017 when registration for the event closes.