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The Third Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity
The Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity is Back after 2 Extremely Successful Sessions held in 2015 and 2014. Liquidity is Flooding the World and India is right on the path of global liquidity. How will the system handle excessive liquidity inflows and outflows? This is an important question facing policy makers and market participants.
The focus of the Third Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity is on "Why Central Bankers are failing to have an effect on Economic Growth and Inflation despite flooding the markets with Liquidity?" The Workshop will also focus on Negative Interest Rates, Bond Bubbles, Currency Wars and specifically India's Liquidity Environment and RBI's Changed Stance on Liquidity.
There is increasing confusion among Central Bankers, Economists, Finance Ministers, Fund Managers and Investors on the current global liquidity environment. Central Banks from ECB to Bank of Japan are pumping in USD trillions into the economy but results are yet to show up both in terms of higher economic growth and higher inflation. Global capital flows are showing signs of fatigue and increasingly markets are reversing directional bets on all asset classes. To cap it all, negative interest rates and negative bond yields are distorting the picture further and causing consternation in the market on potential impact of reversals.
What could be the end result of the unprecedented infusion of Liquidity by Central Banks? What are the longer term effects of Fed Rate Hikes? How will global Liquidity affect India and how can RBI manage Liquidity to bring about policy transmission?
Attend the Third Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity to find the answers
In this backdrop, INRBONDS.com is holding the Third Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity for AMC,s, Insurance Companies, Banks, Corporates and Policy Makers . The end objective of the workshop is for practitioners to understand the fundamentals of liquidity both in theory and practice, which will help them in their day to day decision making..
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Topics covered in The Third Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity
Analyze global central bank balance sheets, global banking system liquidity and global funding curves. Liquidity analysis of US, Eurozone, Japan and China economies to forecast potential liquidity inflows and outflows to and from India. Bond bubbles and its repercussions.
Global Liquidity – Cause & Effect
Liquidity and its Effect on Global Bonds, Currencies, Equities and Commodities
Negative Interest Rates - Potential Repercussions of Reversals
India and Global Liquidity, How will it Play Out Going Forward?
Speaker: Arjun Parthasarathy, Founder, INRBonds.com
Time Slot: 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Monetary Base, Money Supply, Money Multipliers, Liquidity Traps. Why QE does not work always.
The Limits of Monetary Policy
What will be the Long Term effects of this Flood of Global Liquidity?
Central Bank Balance Sheets, Money Multiplier, Money Supply Determination
Speaker: To be finalized from our panel of speakers
Factors influencing liquidity – RBI FX intervention, OMOs, government surpluses/deficits, trade flows, currency leakages, bank deposit growth, credit growth and FII flows. Liquidity and policy transmission. FCNR B Deposit maturity, RBI fx forward positions.
The Current Monetary Policy Stance on Liquidity
Markets and Instruments
RBI FX Operations and FCNR B Swaps
Is RBI on Top of Liquidity?
Speaker: Mr. P.Krishnamurthy, EX-CGM, RBI
Time Slot: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Analysis on How to Position for Heavy Liquidity Inflows/outflows given the Global Liquidity Environment
Each team to present on the Topic given to them
Time given to prepare the presentation – 20 minutes
Each team will present on the given Topic for 5 minutes
One member of each team will then form a group to present the conclusion.
Moderator: Arjun Parthasarathy
Time Slot: 4.00 pm to 6:00 pm
Workshop Coordinator - Ketan Verma.
Please contact Ketan Verma at [email protected] or call on +91-9819860815 for more information about "Knowledge Workshop on Liquidity"