The 2021 Money and Banking Conference, organized by the BCRA, continues tomorrow with the third panel Rethinking the Role of Central Banks. The speakers are:
- Alejandro Díaz de León Carrillo (President of the Bank of Mexico). Challenges and lessons from central banks in the pandemic
- Roger Edwin Rojas Ulo (President of the Central Bank of Bolivia). Promoting growth with equality: challenges caused by the pandemic and policy responses in Bolivia
- Julio Velarde (President of the Board of the Central Reserve Bank of Peru). Central bank challenges for the coming years.
Under the heading Macroeconomic Conditions, Growth and Distribution. Underlying Problems of the Global Economy and Lessons from the Pandemic, the Money and Banking Conference consists of online seminars with four discussion panels to take place every Wednesday in November.
Miguel Ángel Pesce, President of the BCRA, and Martín Guzmán, Minister of Economy will be the closing speakers at the Conference next Wednesday 24.
The 2021 Money and Banking Conference has a digital platform that gathers relevant information (program and speakers’ bios and topics) so that people may have access to the different discussion panels. Presentations will be uploaded to the website every Wednesday of November and will remain available at the platform for the public to have access at any time.
The Economic Research Deputy General Management Office of the BCRA led by Germán Feldman, Economic Research Deputy General Manager, is responsible for the organization and the coordination of panels.
November 16, 2021.