Mon May 9 UTC - Thu May 12 UTC (in 3 months)
In your timezone (EST): Mon May 9 4:00am - Thu May 12 1:00pm
Monetary and financial statistics are core statistics for central banks. They are used in particular to signal possible risks to price stability arising from nominal development, to assess development in sectors’ balance sheet as relevant for the economic diagnosis and forecasting or to identify macro-prudential imbalances.
This training seminar will focus on the elaboration of monetary and financial account statistics and their use for monetary, economic and macro-prudential analysis.
The seminar will cover in particular the following topics:
• Elaboration of monetary statistics.
• Statistics of investment funds and insurance.
• Elaboration of financial account statistics.
• The financial and non-financial balance sheet.
• Bank lending and business surveys, firm’s balance sheet register data).
• MIR interest rates statistics and FISIM.
• Using monetary and financial account statistics for monetary policy and macroprudential analysis.
• Development in granular data (Anacredit).
The seminar is intended for statisticians and economists from central banks who draw up and use monetary and financial account statistics. Participants will be invited to contribute actively through presentations or roundtables.