SINGAPORE - Three high-level events will be hosted by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) this week.
In a statement today, MAS said that the meetings aim to address financial and regulatory issues critical to Asia; raise the level of intellectual discourse on economic and monetary issues faced in the region; and provide a platform to facilitate research collaboration.
The first event, the 2015 Symposium on Asian Banking and Finance on May 28 and 29, will examine measures to strengthen the supervision of financial institutions and markets and build financial system resilience.
The second event, the 2nd Asian Monetary Policy Forum, also on May 28 and 29, will see academics, policymakers and financial practitioners discuss monetary policy issues in the Asian context.
Both events provide the backdrop for the 20th Executive Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks Governors' Meeting on May 30, where representatives will discuss regional economic and financial developments and financial regulatory issues.
All the meetings will be attended by central bank govenors and heads of supervisory authorities from the Asia-Pacific.