1. Introduction; 2. Non-standard monetary policy and financial stability: developing an appropriate macro-financial policy mix; 3. Financial innovation and financial stability: an introduction; 4. Post-crisis changes in US bank prudential regulation; 5. Financial markets and policy through the lens of macroeconomics; 6. Investment doctrines for banks, from real bills to post-crisis reforms; 7. Stress testing in banking: a critical review; 8. Making sense of the EU wide stress test - comparing SRISK and the ECB/EBA measures of bank vulnerability.
Esa Jokivuolle specializes on financial stability issues in the Bank of Finland, and also serves as an adjunct professor of finance at Aalto University. In 2012 he was closely involved in the background team assisting Governor Erkki Liikanen when the report by High-level Expert Group on reforming the structure of the EU banking sector (the 'Liikanen report') was being prepared. He has published in several academic journals such as the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis and the Journal of Derivatives, and in books on risk management. He is a member of the Council of Management of The European Money and Finance Forum (SUERF). Radu Tunaru is Professor of Finance at University of Kent Business School. He has over sixty publications to date, and he is the author of Model Risk in Financial Markets (2015). He has received six best paper awards, and his latest work includes three papers on real-estate derivatives with Nobel laureate in Economics, Robert Shiller. He has previously worked for the Bank of Montreal, and for Merrill Lynch, where he was a vice-president in Structured Finance. He serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Portfolio Management and the Journal of Banking and Finance.