2022 Financial Stability Conference

Rapidly evolving threats pose new financial stability challenges for practitioners, regulators, and policymakers alike. Beyond the new normal coming from changes in fiscal, monetary, and regulatory policies, markets and institutions are confronted by frontier risks borne by innovations in technology, changes in the physical environment, and global interlinkages. The growth of digital asset markets also highlights new and old challenges for financial regulators, while cybersecurity disruptions introduce a growing set of vulnerabilities to the increasingly automated and interconnected financial system. The financial stability consequences of climate risks and associated policy responses are still not well understood, though they have drawn increasing attention. And, finally, deeper real and financial links between a world being recognized as more diverse brings new risks to the forefront of policy challenges. The tenth annual Financial Stability Conference organized by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and the Office of Financial Research will explore these issues.

Keynote Speakers will be Tobias Adrian, Financial Counselor and Director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Gary Gorton, Frederick Frank Class of 1954 Professor of Management and Finance, Yale School of Management.