Macroprudential capital regulation: future challenges in a small open economy

When 19 December 2019 9:00 AM
Where Central Bank of Ireland, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1

The Central Bank of Ireland’s Macro-Financial Division hosted a one-day workshop exploring the future challenges facing small, open economies such as Ireland in implementing macroprudential policy. 

The conference saw papers presented on issues such as the global financial cycle, the appropriate level of capital in an economy, the syndicated loan market, and the interaction of various macroprudential policy instruments. There was also a panel discussion involving speakers from the Bank of England, Chicago Fed and ECB, along with our own Director of Financial Stability, Vasileios Madouros.


  • Bjorn Richter, Universitat Pompeu-Fabra 
  • Ralf Meisenzahl, Chicago Federal Reserve 
  • David Aikman, Bank of England 
  • Stephan Fahr, European Central Bank 
  • Henrik Borchgrevink, Norges Bank 
  • Nijolė Valinskytė, Lietuvos Bankas
  • Michael Wosser, Central Bank of Ireland


The Profit-Credit Cycle

The Dollar and Corporate Borrowing Costs

Credit, Capital and Crises: a GDP-at-Risk Approach

Macroprudential Policy in a Heterogenous Monetary Union

Macroprudential Policy in a Small Open Economy - The Norwegian Experience