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NRI conducted special 20th Edition Financial Markets Panel meeting recently. Executive representatives from various firms in the industry, including from The University of Tokyo, Standard and Poor’s, Shinsei Securities and PricewaterhouseCoopers, gathered to discuss and debate timely topics such as central banking in the post-financial crisis era, financial system functions in Japan and major economies, as well as forward-looking issues for central banks in 2012.
The Financial Markets Panel aims to bring together experts in theory and practice and ask them to share their knowledge regarding the latest market trends and theoretical developments and offer their views on financial market policy. NRI publishes the proceedings of the Panel’s meetings in both Japanese and English and distributes them to policymakers, academics, and practitioners, both inside and outside Japan. The Panel’s ultimate goal is to contribute to the development of sound financial policy globally.
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Reconsidering the Lender-of-Last-Resort
By Mr. Masayoshi Amamiya, Executive Director, Bank of Japan
Special Panel (Part1)
Central banking in the post-financial crisis era -Issues raised in Banking on the Future
Mr. Hirofumi Gomi, Chiarman, PricewaterhouseCoopers Research Institute (Japan)
Mr. Nobuo Inaba, Director, Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business
Financial Markets Panel
Policy Issues and Administration for Central Banks in Japan, the US and Europe in 2012
Special Panel (Part2)
Financial system functions in Japan and major economies-assessment and issues
Mr. Kazuhito Ikeo, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
Mr.Katsuyuki Tokushima, Head Senior Analyst, NLI Research Institute
Tetsuya Inoue, Mr. General Manager and Chief Researcher, Financial Technology and Market Research Department, Nomura Research Institute
By Kazuo Ueda, Professor, Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo