TABE What to Expect from Major Central banks in the Event of a Global Economic Downturn

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Tuesday 15 October 2019, 12:15 - 13:15

 

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What to Expect from Major Central Banks in the Next Global Economic Downturn

 

With interest rates at or near record lows for a number of major advanced economies, there are legitimate concerns that central banks have limited room to provide stimulus in the event of a recession. Central banks would need to pursue unconventional channels -- negative policy rates combined with asset purchases and forward guidance. On October 15th Doug Hostland will discuss some of the challenges that this entails.

 

About our speaker

Doug Hostland heads the Economic Risk Team in TD Economics. The Risk Team plays a prominent role in economic risk identification and in the scenario generation aspect of stress testing exercises for regulatory requirements in the US (CCAR / DFAST) and Canada (EWST / MST). This includes generating projections of key macroeconomic and financial variables for baseline and stress scenarios using a suite of models developed internally. Prior to joining TD, Doug held positions at the Bank of Canada, the Department of Finance Canada, World Bank, IMF and the Institute of International Finance.

 

Date: Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Presentation and Q&A: 12:15-1:15pm
Where: 
Bank of Canada, 20th Floor, Sun Life Financial Tower, 150 King Street West, Toronto

Cost:  Members $25, Non-Members $45, Students $15
See Who is Coming
We look forward to seeing you at this event
Peter Harrison
President of TABE

 

 

Toronto Association for Business and Economics