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Nonperforming Loans in Asia and Europe—Causes, Impacts, and Resolution Strategies

What can we learn from the experiences of Asia and Europe with regard to NPLs during the financial crisis to help us weather the current and future ones?

Date: January 20, 2022, 11:00 am Topic: Banking and capital markets

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This event will feature the presentation a recent book: Nonperforming Loans in Asia and Europe—Causes, Impacts, and Resolution Strategies prepared by the Asian Development Bank and the European Central Bank. The book traces trends in nonperforming loans (NPLs) during and after financial crises in Asia and Europe. It examines the impact of high NPLs, compares the effectiveness of resolution strategies, and explores policy considerations.

Luis de Guindos, Vice President of the ECB will present the book and link the lessons learned from the past to the current pandemic crisis, followed by a panel discussion.

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Schedule

Jan 20, 2022

11:00-11:25

Keynote and Q&A

Luis de Guindos, Vice President, European Central Bank

11:25-12:15

Panel discussion and Q&A

Chair: Rebecca Christie, Non-resident Fellow

John Fell, Deputy Director General Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability

Santiago Fernández de Lis, Global Head of Regulation, BBVA

Alexander Lehmann, Non-resident fellow

Cyn-Young Park, Director, Regional Cooperation and Integration Division, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Bank

Speakers

Rebecca Christie

Non-resident Fellow

Luis de Guindos

Vice President, European Central Bank

Alexander Lehmann

Non-resident fellow

Cyn-Young Park

Director, Regional Cooperation and Integration Division, Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department, Asian Development Bank

John Fell

Deputy Director General Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability

Santiago Fernández de Lis

Global Head of Regulation, BBVA

Location & Contact

Matilda Sevon

[email protected]

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