The inaugural AMRO-INSPIRE-GAIP Conference in Singapore brought together senior figures from financial regulators, central banks, multilateral development banks, non-governmental organisations and the financial sector to discuss the effects and impacts of climate change on the financial system.
AMRO, together with staff from WWF Indonesia supported by WWF Greening Financial Regulation Initiative and WWF Singapore, organised a 3-day workshop in Jakarta, aimed at enhancing awareness of the importance of nature-related risks and their impact on financial stability.
I joined AMRO’s Strategy and Coordination team for a one-year secondment program—extended from an initial period of six months—in June 2022.
As a trusted policy advisor of the ASEAN+3 region, the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) has been providing our member economies (comprising 10 members of the ASEAN; China; Hong Kong, China; Japan; and Korea) with analysis of their economic and financial soundness through regular surveillance and assessments.
The risks climate change poses to ASEAN+3 countries could have far-reaching implications for the region’s agricultural production, water availability, energy security, transport and infrastructure, tourism industries, and coastal resources.
This book takes stock of and analyzes the events during the Asian financial crisis (AFC) and subsequent developments, including the global financial crisis (GFC).
I joined AMRO’s Technical Assistance (TA) team in November 2019 on a two-year secondment, but my first involvement with the organization was in 2015, when — as part of my role with China’s Ministry of Finance — I helped support the transformation of AMRO into an international organization, and attended the ceremony on February 9, 2016 in Singapore to mark AMRO’s change in status.
In our mission to maintain macroeconomic and financial stability in the region, the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) recognizes the importance of capacity development to strengthen surveillance capabilities among its members.
The ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO) is building up its roster of Technical Assistance (TA) specialists with expertise related to macroeconomic, financial stability and supervision related issues to cater to…
This paper uses a factor model to explore the driving forces of institutional equity flows in ASEAN+3 region.