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SBIF: 3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability
SBIF: 3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability

3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability

Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions, Chile (SBIF)
Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA)
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

 

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SBIF: 3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability

The Conference provides an instance to discuss a wide range of topics in the area of banking stability, and sustainability; covering topics such as the impact of the implementation of the new Basel capital and liquidity frameworks, new banking resolution mechanisms, the use of stress testing in managing risks, the challenges of new technological development, cyber-security, banking supervision, financial inclusion, and environmentally-conscious banking.

Conferences Chairs

Dr. Nancy Silva, Research Director, SBIF

Rudy Araujo, Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA).

Dr. Claudia Martínez A., Instituto de Economía, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

SBIF: 3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability

Schedule

Venue: MBA-UC Building, 440 Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins Ave., Universidad Católica Metro station; Parking: Lira 21 (map)

Save the date: 3 November 2017

HourActivities
8:00-8:30Registration & Coffee. (requires registration, FULL)
8:30-8:45Opening: Dr. Ignacio Sanchez Díaz, President of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
8:45 -9:00Welcome Remarks: Eric Parrado, Superintendent of Banks and Financial Institutions of Chile.
9:00-9:30Keynote speech: Mario Marcel, President of the Central Bank of Chile.
9:30-11:00Panel Discussion - “Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion”
Moderator: Claudia Martínez, Associate Professor and Researcher at J-PAL LAC, Instituto de Economía of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Panelists:
  • Andrea Betancor, Executive Secretary of the Financial Inclusion Commission and the Director of Gender Affairs of the Chilean Ministry of Finance
  • Shaun Mundy, Consultant Financial Literacy, United Kingdom;
  • Xavier Gine, Lead Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank;
  • Hilary A. Nichols, Manager, Peer Learning and Knowledge, Global Banking Alliance for Women, USA;
11:00-11:30Coffee break + posters.
11:30-13:00Panel Discussion – “Financial innovation, big data and operational risks”.
Moderator: Juan Pedro Cantera, Superintendente de Servicios Financieros de Uruguay.
Panelists:
13:00-14:15Lunch (requires registration, FULL)
14:20-16:00Paper Discussions:
SessionSubjectPaper 1Paper 2
Session 1 CREDIT AND BOND FINANCING
Chair: Rudy Araujo, ASBA
Leveraging PD Models for Bayesian Inference of Default Correlations.
Miguel Biron & Victor Medina – SBIF.
Discussant: Andrés Sagner, Banco Central.
The effects of quantitative easing on corporate investment, employment, and financing: theory and evidence from the bond lending channel.
Erasmo Giambona, Rafael Matta, José-Luis Peydró- Syracuse University, University of Amsterdam, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
Discussant: Orlando Balboa, Universidad de Santiago de Chile.
Session 2 MARKET DISTORTIONS
Chair: Kevin Cowan, Chilean Ministry of Finance
Credit and Saving Constraints in General Equilibrium: Evidence from Survey Data
Catalina Granda; Franz Hamann; Cesar E. Tamayo– Universidad de Antioquia, Banco de la República Colombia, Inter-American Development Bank
Discussant: Alejandra Marinovic, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.
Equilibrium Effects of Asymmetric Information: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Consumer Credit
Andres Liberman, Christopher Neilson, Luis Opazo, Seth Zimmerman, University of Chicago, NYU, ABIF
Discussant: Miguel Ricaurte, ItaúCorpbanca.
Session 3 INTEREST RATE CEILING (TMC)
Chair: Rosario Celedón, Chilean Central Bank
The impact of interest rate ceilings on households’ credit access: evidence from a 2013 Chilean legislation.
Carlos Madeira – Chilean Central Bank.
Discussant: Sergio Lehmann, Banco de Crédito Inversiones.
Equilibrium Effects of Price Regulation in Credit Markets.
Jose Ignacio Cuesta & Alberto Sepulveda; University of Chicago & SBIF.
Discussant: Carmen Gloria Silva, Asociación de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras.
Session 4 BANKING STRUCTURE
Chair: Pablo Garcia, Chilean Central Bank
On the Welfare Cost of Bank Concentration.
Sofia Bauducco; Alexandre Janiak; Central Bank of Chile, Universidad Católica.
Discussant: Mario Vera, SBIF.
Private and Government Banks: A DSGE Approach.
Alexis Montecinos Bravo; MIT Sloan School of Management.
Discussant: Claudio Soto, Banco Santander Chile.
16:00-16:20Coffee break
16:20-18:00Paper Discussions:
SessionSubjectPaper 1Paper 2
Session 5 MORTGAGE MARKETS
Chair: Patricio Jaramillo, SBIF
Banks, Nonbank Mortgage Companies and Systemic Risk
David Rappoport & Robert Sarama, Federal Reserve Board.
Discussant: Consuelo Silva, Universidad de los Andes.
Housing and Entrepreneurship under Heterogeneous Costs of Default
Felipe Cordova; Chilean Central Bank.
Discussant: Christian Echeverria, Universidad del Desarrollo.
Session 6 BANKING CRISIS & FINANCIAL STABILITY
Chair: Luis Figueroa, SBIF
Financial stability under Balance of Payment Dominance: Evidence from Latin American banks, 2003-2014
Daniel Lacouture y Jonathan Malagón, ASOBANCARIA.
Discussant: Alfredo Pistelli, SBIF.
On Deposit Stability in Failing Banks
Christopher Martin, Manju Puri, and Alexander Ufier- Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Duke University.
Discussant: Carlos Noton, Universidad de Chile.
Session 7 FINANCIAL INCLUSION I
Chair: Carolina del Río, SBIF
Competitive Environment and Financial Stability in the Peruvian Microfinance System
Katia Huayta; Antonella Garcia; Narda Sotomayor – Superintendencia de Banca, Seguros y AFP; Perú.
Discussant: Francisco Ormazábal, SBIF.
Savings Incentives
Abhijit Banerjee, Claudia Martinez; Esteban Puentes– MIT, Universidad Católica de Chile, Universidad de Chile.
Discussant: Eduardo Fajnzylber, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.
Session 8 FINANCIAL INCLUSION II
Chair: Xavier Gine, Banco Mundial
Stylized Facts About Financial Literacy of University Students in UdeC Chillán
Erik Berwart – SBIF.
Discussant: Cesar Tamayo, Inter-American Development Bank.
Correspondent Banking and Financial Inclusion.
Mauricio Carabarín, Adrián de la Garza, Juan Pedro González, Antonio Pompa– Banco de México.
Discussant: Fernando Díaz, Universidad Diego Portales.
18:30Dinner (by invitation only)

Documents and presentations available

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Keynote Speech: Inclusión financiera, innovación tecnológica y estabilidad macroeconómicaMario Marcel, Presidente del Banco Central de ChileDownload (PDF)
Panel “Financial innovation, big data and operational risks”: Balance entre innovación y regulación de las Instituciones de TecnologíaAlan Elizondo, Director General de Asuntos del Sistema Financiero, Banco de México
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Panel “Financial innovation, big data and operational risks”: Financial innovation, big data and operational risksÁlvaro Martín, Economista Líder de Regulación Digital, BBVA Research, España
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Panel “Financial innovation, big data and operational risks”: Financial Innovation, Big Data and Operational RisksBernardita Piedrabuena, Asesora, Ministerio de Economía, Chile
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Panel “Financial innovation, big data and operational risks”: Quick Introduction to Blockchain and Distributed Ledger TechnologyCarlos Arena, Director de Desarrollo de Negocios, R3
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Panel “Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion”: Financial literacy and consumer protectionXavier Giné, Lead Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank
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Panel “Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion”: Financial literacy and Financial InclusionAndrea Betancor, Secretaria Ejecutiva de la Comisión de Inclusión Financiera y Coordinadora de Género, Ministerio de Hacienda de Chile
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Panel “Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion”: Global Banking Alliance for Women: Building Women's Wealth WorldwideHilary A. Nichols, Manager, Peer Learning and Knowledge, Global Banking Alliance for Women, USA
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Panel “Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion”: Strengthening Financial LiteracyShaun Mundy, Consultant Financial Literacy (United Kingdom)
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Sesión "Banking Crisis & Financial Stability": Financial stability under Balance of Payment Dominance: Evidence from Latin American banks, 2003-2014Daniel Lacouture y Jonathan Malagón, Colombian Banking Association - ASOBANCARIA
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Sesión "Banking Crisis & Financial Stability": On Deposit Stability in Failing BanksChristopher Martin, Manju Puri y Alexander Ufier (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Duke University)
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Sesión "Banking Structure": On the welfare cost of bank concentrationSofia Bauducco y Alexandre Janiak (Central Bank of Chile, Universidad Católica)
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Sesión "Banking Structure": Private and Government Banks: A DSGE ApproachAlexis Montecinos Bravo, MIT Sloan School of Management
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Sesión "Credit and Bond Financing": Leveraging Probability of Default Models for Bayesian Inference of Default CorrelationsMiguel Biron y Víctor Medina de SBIF, Chile
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Sesión "Credit and Bond Financing": The effects of quantitative easing on corporate investment, employment, and financing: theory and evidence from the bond lending channelErasmo Giambona, Rafael Matta y José-Luis Peydró (Syracuse University, University of Amsterdam, Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
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Sesión "Financial Inclusion I": Competitive Environment and Financial Stability in the Peruvian Microfinance SystemKatia Huayta; Antonella Garcia; Narda Sotomayor – Superintendencia de Banca, Seguros y AFP de Perú
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Sesión "Financial Inclusion II": Correspondent Banking and Financial InclusionMauricio Carabarín, Adrián de la Garza, Juan Pedro González, Antonio Pompa– Banco de México
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Sesión "Financial Inclusion II": Stylized facts on financial capabilities of university students: Evidence of survey at UdeC Chillan CampusErik Berwart y Andrés C. Medina (SBIF, Chile y Universidad de Santiago de Chile)
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Sesión "Interest rate ceilings": The impact of interest rate ceilings on households’ credit access: evidence from a 2013 Chilean legislationCarlos Madeira – Chilean Central Bank
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Sesión "Market Distortions": Credit and Saving Constraints in General Equilibrium: Evidence from Survey DataCatalina Granda; Franz Hamann; Cesar E. Tamayo (Universidad de Antioquia, Banco de la República Colombia, Inter-American Development Bank)
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Sesión "Mortgage Markets": Banks, Nonbank Mortgage Companies and Systemic RiskDavid Rappoport y Robert Sarama, Federal Reserve Board
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Sesión "Mortgage Markets": Housing and Entrepreneurship under Heterogeneous Costs of DefaultFelipe Cordova, Chilean Central Bank
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SBIF: 3rd Conference on Banking Development, Stability, and Sustainability

Previous Conferences

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- 1st Conference - 2015

- 2nd Conference - 2016

 

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