The SAFE Policy Center and the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) organize and cordially invite you to attend a web seminar on
Presentation of the November 2022 ECB Financial Stability Review
Tamarah Shakir, Deputy Head of the Systemic Risks and Financial Institutions Division, ECB
Daniel Dieckelmann, Financial Stability Expert, ECB
Manuela Storz, Financial Stability Expert, ECB
Moderator of the Q&A: Jan Pieter Krahnen
Leibniz Institute SAFE, Goethe University and CEPR
to be held on 21 November 2022, 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CEST, via Zoom
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The November 2022 issue of the ECB Financial Stability Review (FSR) will be published on the 16th of November. Since the previous issue of the FSR euro area financial stability conditions have deteriorated against a background of rising inflation, higher rates and weaker growth prospects. Driven by soaring energy and food prices inflationary pressures have continued to rise both globally and in the euro area. This has prompted a normalisation of monetary policy stances by major central banks, contributing to tighter global financial conditions and increased financial market volatility. With these developments in mind, the November FSR assesses financial stability vulnerabilities and their implications for financial markets, debt sustainability, bank resilience, the non-bank financial sector and macroprudential policies.
Tamarah Shakir is the Deputy Head of the Systemic Risks and Financial Institutions Division at the ECB, and part of her role is to lead production of the semi-annual Financial Stability Review. Prior to joining the ECB in 2019, she worked for over a decade at the Bank of England holding various positions in the financial stability, monetary analysis and markets departments, and previously worked at the British Embassy in Washington DC
Daniel Dieckelmann is a Financial Stability Expert at the European Central Bank. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Freie Universität Berlin and the John F. Kennedy Institute. His research interests lie at the intersection of macro-finance, quantitative economic history, and financial stability. At the European Central Bank, Daniel works on the interactions between financial stability and monetary policy, house prices, and household inequality. With a double background in economics and computer science, Daniel has worked for central banks, in the finance industry, and for start-ups employing econometric methods, data science, and network analysis
Manuela Storz is a Financial Stability Expert at the European Central Bank, where she works in the Market-Based Finance Division focusing on financial stability aspects of non-bank financial institutions. Her research interests include the role of insurance corporations and investment funds for financial stability and financing of the real economy. Manuela holds a Ph.D. in Finance from Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and is a graduate of the ECB's Graduate Programme.
The policy web seminar is a part of the SAFE-CEPR European Financial Architecture Research Policy Network.