Global Financial Stability

As the processes of globalisation and financial globalisation have progressed in recent decades, the need for a global financial system that can create a more inclusive, efficient, transparent and effective global financial system has intensified.

The IGF and its collaborators have been working on issues that contribute to greater certainty, efficiency and transparency of regional and global financial systems. The IGF has published, in collaboration with its key policy makers and researchers, several research and policy works that contribute to the debate and analysis of the global financial system that could mitigate the impact of  future global financial shocks and crises.  The IGF has published several research papers in the area of regional and global financial integration. It has been active in the media on this important theme and is contributing greatly in raising the awareness of the public regarding the vital importance of a stable global financial system and of factors that lead to more effective and inclusive global and regional financial systems in the 21st century.

Please refer to the “Publications” and “Videos” sections of the IGF for further information regarding this activity.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, comments on the forces of nationalism and globalism and the significance of synergies associated with collaborative work at a CNBC interview on October 8, 2017.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales,  talks on banks stability with Bloomberg on August 29, 2017.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, accepted an interview with CNBC on August 1, 2017. During this interview, he weighs in on the euro zone's 0.6 percent on-quarter growth in the second quarter.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, on Bloomberg TV, stated that the Brexit negotiations are uncharted territory. It is too early to predict the final outcome.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, spoke to the CNBC about the G20 Summit and the challenges of ensuring all members agree on free trade and the climate change policies on July 6, 2017.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, on Bloomberg TV, highlighted the considerable uncertainty associated with the negotiations and the final outcomes of Brexit.

Professor Fariborz Moshiran, the Director of the Institute of Global Finance, University of New South Wales, discusses how Brexit will affect the British economy, especially to the automakers and other high tech sectors in an interview with the CNBC on March 30, 2017

Director of the Institute of Global Finance, Professor Fariborz Moshirian, was interviewed by CNBC on January 3, 2016.

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Assistant Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Dr Guy Debelle stated his opinion regarding liquidity regulation